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Leverkusen vs Hacken: Both Teams to Score (BTTS) @ 10/11 (1.91)

Hacken has embarked on an impressive journey to reach this stage of European football, and we believe they will continue to entertain their fans as they travel to Germany, where we anticipate they’ll find the net.

Leverkusen has shown vulnerability in defense, conceding seven goals in their last five matches and managing just one clean sheet.

On the flip side, Hacken has been fairly prolific, scoring in four of their last five games and tallying a total of 10 goals.

The caveat for Hacken is that they’ve also been leaking goals in all five of those matches. Leverkusen, on the other hand, has been in good scoring form, netting 17 goals in their last five outings.

All of these factors point towards both teams getting on the scoresheet in this encounter.

West Ham vs TSC: Over 3.5 Goals @ 14/15 (1.93)

In the upcoming fixture, we’re backing West Ham’s home clash against TSC to produce more than 3.5 goals.

While David Moyes’ team isn’t traditionally associated with high-scoring matches, they have been exceptional this season, with three of their last four games featuring at least four goals.

TSC, on the other hand, has been involved in goal-laden affairs, witnessing a remarkable 14 goals in just their last two matches.

When you factor in West Ham’s home advantage and the considerable difference in player value between the two teams, it becomes clear why we anticipate a goal-filled encounter here.

Legia Warsaw vs Aston Villa: Aston Villa to Win @ 1/2 (1.50)

To wrap up our predictions for today, we’re putting our faith in Aston Villa to secure a victory against Legia Warsaw.

Aston Villa enters this match as significant favorites, and it’s well-deserved.

The English club has kicked off the season in strong fashion, winning four of their last five matches.

In contrast, Legia Warsaw, who operate at a level below the Premier League, has stumbled in recent outings, failing to win three of their last four games, including both legs of their Conference League qualifier, which they only advanced from via penalties.

When you also consider factors such as squad depth and managerial experience, it’s difficult to argue against the value of the 1/2 (1.50) odds for an Aston Villa victory.