The promised land of Champions League moves ever-closer as the third qualifying round concludes on a tasty Tuesday of European soccer.
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Rangers vs Malmo
Rangers are reeling after their 2-1 defeat in Malmo last week was followed by a 1-0 reverse at Dundee United, their first loss in 41 league games.
However, Malmo will be no pushovers as they are unbeaten in their last 15 games, including draws in Helsinki and Riga in the previous two qualifying rounds.
We like the look of the Malmo / Draw double chance bet at 17/10.
FC Midtjylland vs PSV Eindhoven
PSV have burst out of the blocks like an Olympic sprinter this season, winning their first three Champions League games by a combined score of 10-2, with a 4-0 victory over Ajax in the Johan Cruyff Shield to boot - pun very much intended!
They travel to Denmark with a 3-0 lead to defend, but we have a feeling Roger Schmidt's expansive side won't be sitting back, with over 1.5 PSV goals a 5/6 shot.
However, after the way the visitors took apart the Danes last week, an even more eye-catching bet is the even money for an away win.
Benfica vs Spartak Moscow
Benfica's 2-0 win in Moscow in the first leg was hugely impressive, and they followed it up with another away victory in their opening league game last time out.
Back on home turf the soaring Eagles are 40/85 to breeze past Spartak, who have lost three out of their last four games.
The Russians have also failed to score in three of those matches, so Benfica to win to nil is sure to be popular, at 7/5.
Monaco vs Sparta Prague
Monaco also secured an impressive away win last week, winning 2-0 in Prague. They will find a home in many accas, even at 4/9.
They were less impressive last time out though, drawing 1-1 at home to Nantes in their first league match of the season.
With their Champions League qualification hopes hanging by a thread, we're expecting an improved performance from a Sparta side who have started their own league campaign with three straight wins.
And while qualification does look a step too far, we reckon they will still find the net.
Legia Warsaw vs Dinamo Zagreb
There's nothing to separate Zagreb and Warsaw after a 1-1 draw in the first leg, and plenty of evidence to suggest that another close encounter is in the offing.
The hosts have won three and drawn one of their four home games this season, while the visitors have won all three of their away matches this campaign.
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Genk
A Champions League Group Stage double over Real Madrid last season will live long in the memories of the Shakhtar faithful, but narrowly failing to qualify for the knockout stages was a bitter pill to swallow.
And after a second-half comeback in Belgium which ensured they would take a 2-1 lead back to the Ukraine, the hosts are strongly favoured to take one more step towards a return to the land of the giants.
A home league defeat last weekend was not the ideal preparation for the Miners, and with Genk winning away in their last domestic encounter, plenty will fancy the Belgians to find the net, at 4/11.
However, the Smurfs (yes, that is their nickname) have lost their last three European games away from home, and when all's said and done we expect a Shakhtar win.
Sheriff Tiraspol vs Red Star Belgrade
Sheriff Tiraspol's 1-1 draw in Belgrade last week was hugely impressive, but even that was eclipsed by a 7-1 league victory last time out, in which seven different players found the net!
The goal-hungry hosts are 3/1 to win on the night and secure what would be one of the most famous victories in their history.
However we're not quite ready to pull the trigger on the Sheriff, as their opponents have won four and drawn one of their last five games. We're going for goals instead with over 2.5 an even money shot.