ABERDEEN VS FK QARABAG.
Aberdeen had just 39% of the possession in Azerbaijan and managed just one attempt all game. Qarabag weren’t necessarily rampant and managed just five attempts themselves, with three on target, but the visitors are the form team here and are unbeaten after seven games in all competitions this season (W4, D3).
After a bright start to the season Aberdeen are now winless in their last three games with two defeats and two draws and I expect Qarabag to take advantage of the dip in form. The Premiership club need to attack to fight their way back into the tie, and if the visitors can keep it tight at the back in the early stages they should get a few chances on the break and that may just kill the game off, with a 1-0 win for Qarabag my selection in the correct score market.
NEWPORT COUNTY VS SOUTHAMPTON.
The hosts have scored over 2.5goals in Six of their last eleven matches while the visitors have scored over 2.5goals in nine of their last eleven matches.
Prediction:Southampton to win.
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