There’s plenty of football to enjoy on Wednesday, with action from the Women’s World Cup, Champions League and Europa Conference League qualifiers – plus the latest group games in the Scottish League Cup.
That provides plenty of opportunity in the both teams to score market – and so we’ve put together a four-fold accumulator that pays at just over 10/1.
FC Edinburgh vs Ross County – Yes @ 4/5
Ross County have started the new season with a bang, recording back-to-back wins in Scottish League Cup Group D against Stranraer and Greenock Morton and racking up seven goals in the process.
The Premiership side should have no problem finding the net once again when they visit third-tier FC Edinburgh, with the hosts staring down the barrel of an early elimination after losing their opening two games.
FC Edinburgh have managed to score four goals despite those defeats and they can trouble the scoresheet once again on Wednesday.
Peterhead vs Spartans – Yes @ 8/13
There were two divisions between Peterhead and Spartans last season, but they will be playing in the same league during 2023/24, which could make their Scottish League Cup clash difficult to call.
Goals should be on the agenda, though, as Peterhead have scored in three competitive home matches on the spin, including against Championship outfit Partick Thistle in their most recent fixture at Balmoor Stadium.
Spartans have netted in both their matches in this season’s Scottish League Cup against Dundee United and Falkirk – the former ending in a memorable victory – and they will expect to be amongst the goals once again when they make the trip north to Peterhead.
Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag vs BK Hacken – Yes @ EVS
Goals should certainly be on the agenda when the leading scorers in the Faroe Islands Premier League, Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag, entertain Swedish outfit BK Hacken, with the visitors having scored more goals than any other team in the Allsvenskan during 2023.
Klaksvikar, or KI for short, caused a stir by knocking out Ferencvaros in the previous round of Champions League qualifying, putting three unanswered goals past the Hungarian champions.
Hacken are averaging over two-goals-per-game domestically this season and also scored five over two legs to dispatch Welsh champions The New Saints in the previous round of qualifying.
Sheriff Tiraspol vs Maccabi Haifa – Yes @ EVS
Sheriff Tiraspol reached the Champions League group stage two seasons ago where they recorded a memorable win over Real Madrid and they have scored in 11 of their last 12 home games in the competition.
The Sheriff Arena will certainly be a tough place for visitors Maccabi Haifa to go in the first leg of this Champions League qualifier, but the Israeli giants have started the new season with three wins from three, scoring nine goals in the process.
That run includes a 4-0 triumph at Hamrun Spartans in the previous round of qualifying and, although this should prove a much sterner test, Messay Dego will expect his side to get on the scoresheet.