Competition: Champions qualification
Market: The Ludogorets win
Chance: 1/2 @ 888sport
Two teams looking to extend their Champions League adventure on Wednesday evening, Ludogorets will welcome Mura to Huvepharma Arena.
Starting with the hosts, while Ludogorets may have been disappointed to only play a 0-0 stalemate in the first leg last week, the Bulgarian side are still listed as one of the best choices to extend their Champions League run. League. Head coach Valdas Dambrauskas, who dominated extensive spells of the trip to Slovenia last week, saw his side gain perfect momentum over the weekend. Opening the defense of their national crown away to Lokomotiv Plovdiv, the Eagles have secured a convincing 3-1 win during their travels and the mood in their field should be high. Arguably still boosted by a stunning show as they lifted the Super League trophy thanks to a stunning 4-0 win earlier this month, the Ludogorets have really impressed since opening their competitive campaign.
As for the guests, while Mura may have managed to withstand what was a shocking 0-0 against the Bulgarian champions in last week’s first leg, many from all over Europe believe that Ante Šimundža’s side could needing a little miracle in the middle of the week. While the Ludogorets may have managed to garner perfect momentum this past weekend, the Black and Whites endured a torrid home opening run. Last seen hit by a 3-2 away defeat in Koper, Mura has lost consecutive games since the start of the SNL campaign earlier this month. Faced with what could be another tough journey when they travel to the Huvepharma Arena midweek, we claim a home win here.
Bet: Ludogorets 1/2 beat Mura in Wednesday’s Champions League qualifying second leg @ 888sport