Bet 1: Philadelphia (HOME) @ 2.45 (29/20)
We begin in the MLS and although the hosts are down in ninth place in the Eastern Conference, it's largely down to their away form. In front of their own fans, Jim Curtin's side have won five of their 10 matches, with all five victories coming from their last six games there.
Their opponents tonight are sixth in the standings and they come into the match on the back of two straight 1-0 victories. I have concerns about their form on the road however as despite beating Minnesota in their last away fixture, prior to that it had been four consecutive defeats.
The U are battling hard to get themselves into the top six and with Columbus Crew currently occupying sixth place, a victory over them here could prove vital. It would close the gap to five points - with a game in hand - and I think they will prove too strong for them, given home advantage.
Bet 2: Dundee (AWAY) @ 1.22 (2/9)
This is a Scottish League Cup fixture between Cowdenbeath and Dundee, that the visitors should win easily.
Cowdenbeath are a fourth tier club in the Scottish league system and when they faced Championship side, Dundee United, in this competition on Sunday, they were thrashed 4-1.
They are back on home soil this evening, but their opponents, Dundee, come from an even higher division, as they are a Scottish Premiership Club. The Dee have won both of their group games to date and they will want to keep the pressure on their city rivals, United, as only one side are guaranteed qualification to the next round.
Bet 3: Celtic v Rosenborg (Over 2.5 goals) @ 1.75 (3/4)
This is a Champions League Third Qualifying Round tie and it's the first leg of two. Celtic are the favourites to progress and it's not hard to see why.
Brendan Rodgers has improved the team since his arrival in Glasgow and they enjoyed a fine campaign last year by their recent standards. They have started brightly this time around as well, as they breezed past Linfield in the previous round, scoring four unanswered goals in the second leg on this ground.
Rosenborg on the other hand edged out Dundalk after extra time as both legs finished 1-1. That isn't a level of form which should concern Celtic and I fully expect the Hoops to blow the Norwegians away - especially as they will want to build an unassailable lead to take to Norway.
Bet 4: Botafogo RJ v Atletico MG (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.7 (7/10)
Our final leg comes from Brazil and it's a second quarter-final tie between Botafogo and Atletico MG in the Copa do Brasil.
Atletico MG have had their fair share of trials and tribulations this season as they just haven't performed in the league. It's been a different story in the cup competitions however as they won the Mineiro 1, came through their Copa Libertadores group and are looking good for a place in the final four of this competition.
Having won the first leg 1-0 at home, the Rooster will no doubt be setting their stall out to defend - at least early on anyway. It's also worth noting that their struggles in the Campeonato have been to do with scoring goals, as opposed to conceding too many.
Botafogo don't necessarily have to go on the attack from the off either as there is only one goal in it and they won't want to risk conceding an away goal. They have a pretty solid defence and that has led to eight of their last nine in all competition seeing under 2.5 backers collect.
Back Philadelphia @ 2.45 (29/20)
Back Dundee @ 1.22 (2/9)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Celtic v Rosenborg @ 1.75 (3/4)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Botafogo RJ v Atletico MG @ 1.7 (7/10)
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