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Linfield vs Bodo/Glimt Betting Tips and Prediction
July 18, 2022

Linfield vs Bodo/Glimt Betting Tips and Prediction

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When Linfield and Bodo/Glimt square off in the first leg of their second-round qualifying match on Tuesday night, they will be looking to advance closer to the Champions League group stages.

The New Saints were defeated by the Northern Irish champions 2-1 overall in round one, while the visitors to Windsor Park overcame a difficult situation against KI Klaksvik to win 4-1.

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Linfield vs Bodo/Glimt Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet

Linfield

6.00 4.90 4.68

Bodo/Glimt

1.53 1.70 1.69

Linfield vs Bodo/Glimt Tips and Prediction

The Linfield supporters were undoubtedly bracing themselves for the inevitable that their team would lose at the opening hurdle for the fourth consecutive season up until the 94th minute of their matchup with The New Saints in the first-round second leg.

Despite being down 1-0 overall, Linfield forced extra time in the second leg with a goal from Jamie Mulgrew in the final seconds of the game. Another substitute, Ethan Devine, then scored in the 95th minute to keep the Northern Irish powerhouses alive in Europe’s top division.

Such a heroic performance undoubtedly inspired David Healy’s team for a recent exhibition game against H&W Welders, as Linfield took after their previously productive boss to win  on Saturday to boost morale before their NIFL Premiership championship defense. Linfield has the chance to advance to the third round of Europe’s elite competition for the first time ever as they compete in the second round of Champions League since 2 years back.

With a first-leg hat-trick against KI Klaksvik, Nigerian target man Victor Boniface of Bodo/Glimt appeared to have guided his team into the second round of Champions League qualifying. However, a week later, the Faroe Islands champions threatened a significant comeback. The hosts had a chance to make a stunning comeback thanks to a brace from Jakup Andreasen and a goal from Mads Boe Mikkelsen in the 12th minute, but Boniface scored from the penalty spot once more to ensure that his team would win 4-3 overall.

Amahl Pellegrino’s late brace off the bench helped Kjetil Knutsen’s team get back on track with a 2-0 Eliteserien victory over Hamarkameratene at the weekend. Knutsen’s team made it much harder than it needed to be for them to advance to the second round. After losing to Legia Warsaw in the first round of the 2021–22 season, last season’s Europa Conference League quarterfinalists have already guaranteed that they will post their best–ever finish in Champions League qualifying this year. However, they still have some ground to make up in the 2022 Norwegian top division as they are currently five points behind Molde and Lillestrom.

This week will mark the first time that Linfield and Bodo/Glimt have faced off in competitive action, and the victors of this two-legged tie will find out on Monday who they might face in the third round.

Conclusion

Bodo/Glimt might have been fighting for a spot in the Conference League while Linfield was on the winning end of an incredible comeback in their first-round second leg, and Knutsen will be determined to prevent any such worries moving forward.

The loss of Cooper in the way they did was a devastating blow, and while the hosts will be as tenacious on defense as ever, we can only back Bodo/Glimt to take a commanding first-leg lead.