The Champions League continues on Tuesday with a number of second qualifying round ties still well in the balance.
There are three games on Tuesday and with nine more on Wednesday, there looks to be plenty of value on the table.
Dinamo Zagreb to win @ 9/5
The best price on Tuesday looks to be Dinamo Zagreb to win away at Hapoel Beer Sheva. Dinamo won 5-0 last week at home and were a class apart from the Israeli champions who were one of the real disappointments of the first legs.
Although Dinamo boss Nenad Bjelica may look to rest some of his players, the gulf in class between the teams suggests they will have too much for a Hapoel outfit who themselves may have already given up on hopes of progress.
Celtic to win @ 5/4
Celtic looked in trouble for a short spell in last week’s 3-1 win over Rosenborg but sorted themselves out and ran out comfortable victors. The Bhoys won 1-0 in Trondheim last year and will fancy themselves to do the same.
The Troillongan have some talented players, including of course Nicklas Bendtner, but the Scottish champions look too good and at a handy price as well.
BATE to win @ 33/20
Of Wednesday’s other games, the one in Helsinki between HJK and BATE Borisov catches the eye from a value point of view. The Finns held on for a 0-0 draw in Belarus last month but look to have their work cut out to make the group stages for the first time since 1998-99.
BATE beat eventual champions Bayern Munich on their way to the last 16 in 2012-13 but have fallen off in recent times, having to make do with the Europa League.
Alyaksey Baha was assistant manager for seven years before being handed the top job in June and his experience can see BATE home.
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