The second qualifying round of the Europa League takes place this week and all eyes will be on Wolves as they try to book their place in the next round of the competition.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were in sensational form last season as they finished seventh, just 12 months after earning promotion from the Championship.
The likes of Rui Patricio, Matt Doherty, Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez have all stayed at Molineux and they will be confident of reaching the group stages of the competition.
Irish League underdogs Crusaders stand in their way this weekend but they are not expected to pose much of a threat.
Wolves players come into the game on the back of a successful Asia Trophy campaign where they beat Newcastle United and Manchester City in pre-season.
Goals are expected and over 4.5 offers value ahead of Thursday’s game.
Shamrock have already beaten Brann to qualify for the second round and they are currently unbeaten in five matches in all competitions.
The Irish outfit have scored 13 goals in that time and they are still playing their domestic campaign, meaning momentum is on their side.
Shamrock take on Apollon and look good value to make the most of home advantage. The Cypriot club have a poor record on the road in the Europa League, losing six of their last nine games in the competition.
Belgian outfit Gent remain the favourites for this game and it is easy to see why when looking at their previous success in the competition.
Gent have lost just one game since the start of May but their past few fixtures have all been pre-season friendlies.
On the other hand, Viitorul have just started their domestic campaign in Romania and they are unbeaten in seven matches.
They have won their last four matches and at 3/1 the draw looks decent value.
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