Champions League Qualifying: Second Round Leg 2 Of 2 Preview and OddsPublished July 29, 2019 by Sol FH
The Champions League second qualifying round gets underway tomorrow at 18:00 GMT with a few highlights that should not be missed.
It has been a long wait for soccer fans, as the most significant leagues in Europe have been on vacation. There have been a few friendlies here and there, but nothing to really watch clubs going at each other, at full throttle. Well, for some of the squads, playing in the Champions League Qualifying rounds, this summer has been intense, as they play their hearts out for a shot at the 'Big Show.' There are crucial matches going on across Europe, and watching these teams play for their berth is amazing.
Second Qualifying Round - Leg 2 of 2
Tomorrow night's festivities get underway with three matches at 18:00 GMT.
Maccabi Tel Aviv vs. CFR Cluj is the first on our list and the Israeli squad, favorites to win, are down 0-1 after the first leg. The action goes back to Tel Aviv tomorrow, and bet365 Sports has the Israelis as favorites at 1.95 to 3.80.
The second highlight of the night is between Apoel Nicosia vs. FK Sutjeska. The Cypriots are ahead 1-0, and the Montenegrin side is in need of a miracle because Nicosia plays well on home turf. bet365 Sports also likes Nicosia at 1.12 to a whopping 21.00.
The last of the early matches features Nomme Kalju vs. Celtic. Nomme Kalju, the Estonian club made it this far, but Celtic is just way too strong for them. Celtic is up 5-0 after the first leg, and bet365 Sports has them as the sure thing for a second leg victory at 1.18 to 13.00.
The Highlight of the Night
The remaining matches are on the schedule for 19:30 GMT, but, the final match, which should be the best to watch is between FC Basel vs. PSV Eindhoven. After an incredible first leg, Eindhoven is up 2-3 on aggregate, and Basel must take charge tomorrow and score a few unanswered goals to move on. bet365 Sports has PSV as the favorites tonight but only by the very slightest of margins at 2.50 to Basel's 2.62.