Dundalk Eased To Overcome Legia In Poland
Legia Warsaw v Dundalk
Dundalk FC have drifted out to 8/1 from 5/1 to win the second leg of their Champions League playoff round clash with Legia Warsaw in Poland on Tuesday night.
The Lilywhites go into the match off the back of a 2-0 defeat in the Aviva Stadium last Wednesday and have been eased to win in both 90 minutes and to qualify which is now 14/1 from 11/1.
The betting is firmly siding with Legia who are now into 2/5 from 1/2 to win on home soil and are now as short as 1/1000 from 1/80 to qualify.
Nemanja Nikolic was responsible for the penalty that put Legia in front in the first leg and is priced at 3/1 to see the back of the net first at the Polish Army Stadium. Aleksandar Prijovic, who provided Legia with their second goal last week, is next at 9/2.
Leading the charge for Dundalk to score first is David McMillan at 9/1 with Ciaran Kilduff on offer at 12/1.
Punters may be siding with Legia to mirror their first leg success as they hold the liability in the match betting. However, BoyleSports are behind Stephen Kenny’s men 100% and are keeping the faith ahead of the crucial clash.
*Prices correct at time of publication