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7 Brilliant Betting Picks For Wednesday including Al Ahly

Here below is an analysis of seven matches that will be played on August 3.

03:30 Corinthians vs Flamengo RJ (Copa Libertadores Quarter finals)

Two Brazilian sides who are in solid forms lock horns. Last time out Flamengo scored 4 first half goals as they brushed aside Atletico-GO 4-1 while Corinthians saw off Botafogo 1-0 via a 27th-minute goal.

My prediction: over 0.5 goals before half-time

(Round 3 of UCL qualifiers)

19:00 Bodø/Glimt vs Zalgiris

Lithuanian champions travel to Scandinavia to face a free-scoring Norwegian champions Bodø/Glimt. The hosts have won their last five games at home, amassing a colossal 22 goals.

My prediction: over 0.5 goals before halftime

19:00 Qarabag vs Ferencravos

We can anticipate an entertaining match since six of the last seven away games for Ferencravos have witnessed both teams score.

My prediction: over 2.5 match goals

20:00 Maccabi Haifa vs Apollon

The home side destroyed Olympiacos 4-0 in Athens to proceed to this round 5-1 on aggregate. Their opponents, the Cypriot kings have been leaky of late with no cleansheet in 7 games.

My prediction: Home win

21:00 D. Kyiv vs Sturm Graz

A shock 2-1 victory over RB Salzburg at the weekend was Strum Graz's perfect warm up for this clash. Their last four UCL matches have witnessed exactly one first half goal.

My prediction: over 0.5 goals before half-time

21:45 Crvena zvezda vs Pyunik Yerevan

After a perfect start to their domestic season, winning all four of their matches by an aggregate scoreline of 17-1, Crvena look poised for a win here.

My prediction: Home win

22:00 Al Ahly vs Pharco

The hosts had a frustrating 0-0 draw on Saturday. They hope to have an easy win here considering that they secured a 4-1 victory at Pharco in the return fixture.

My prediction: Al Ahly will win

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