BRONDBY VS RED BULL SALZBURG.
Now on the verge of a 3rd consecutive qualification for the CL, the Austrians should have built up a commanding advantage, having dominated the first leg last week, but despite a barrage of shots, RB could only come up with 2 goals in a come from behind 2:1 win.
However, the hosts have struggled since winning their first Danish league title since 2005, with Niels Frederiksen's side collecting just four points from six matches so far.
Indeed, with no wins from their opening 7 matches, it's hard to imagine Brondby pulling off the upset win here, and we expect RB to have too much quality in the attacking areas once more, and they should seal the job with another win here.
Still, goals also look decidedly likely in this match, with visiting Salzburg seeing BTTS in each of their last 7 away CL matches. 6 of those matches also went over 2.5 goals, and that´s our best pìck here.
Brondby will certainly give it their all, but an overall lack of quality should see RB return to Austria with a similar scoreline to the one they picked up last week.
Final score 1:2
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