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Sandhausen to suffer more away misery Promotion chasers Greuther Furth are backed to beat woeful travellers Sandhausen this Wednesday night, but the visitors can at least bag themselves a goal in defeat. Sandhausen have lost 12 of their 13 away trips this season, so it’s no surprise to see second placed Furth chalked up at around 1/2 for the victory. That looks a solid bet for any midweek multiples, though we’re keen to throw both teams to score into the mix for a single wager. Furth have kept just two clean sheets from 14 home starts this season, so there’s every chance that the visitors can get on the scoresheet. Stefan Kulovits’ men have drawn a blank in their last two on the road, though they managed to net in their four previous away assignments. With both teams also netting in three of the last four meetings, a home win and both teams to score is our recommendation, while we’re also predicting a 3-1 score-line in favour of Stefan Leitl’s charges.

uventus may consider themselves Super League-bound, but their Champions League hopes are up in the air. A 1-0 loss to Atalanta at the weekend proved that Juve aren’t that super, while it leaves them just two points clear of fifth. Things should be easier for the hosts this week, with Parma losing eight of their 15 away trips going into this one. They blew a 3-2 lead to lose 4-3 late to Cagliari at the weekend, so we have faith in a Juve side who have won nine of their last 10 home league games.   Parma have scored in each of their last four matches and each of their last five games on the road have seen both teams score. Given that Juve are seven games without a clean sheet in the league, so we’re backing a home win with both teams scoring.  

United hold a commanding lead Manchester United carry a two-goal advantage into their Europa League quarter-final second-leg against La Liga side Granada on Thursday evening, and the Red Devils are worth backing to complete the job at Old Trafford. A first-half strike from Marcus Rashford was supplemented by a late Bruno Fernandes spot-kick in a contest that never threatened to get away from United in Granada last week, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are huge favourites to push into the next round as a result. Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay will all miss Thursday’s game through suspension, however, United will believe they can cope without that key trio. Granada playing for pride Granada tried to ruffle a few feathers in the first-leg by throwing their weight around, though they had little impact on the game as an attacking force. Los Nazaríes’ defeat to United was their fourth on the spin in all competitions, though they did stop the rot with a 2-1 comeback triumph at relegation-threatened Real Valladolid on Sunday. However, their chances of producing a miraculous turnaround at the Theatre of Dreams against a Man Utd team that have lost just once in 17 feel slim.