Wednesday’s Champions League tips: Barcelona, Dortmund & PSG to win?
There’s a feast of football tonight, with plenty of tasty Champions League games to enjoy.
We’ve got a full preview of Tottenham Hotspur’s crucial game against PSV Eindhoven here. Keep reading to check out our tips for the best of the games elsewhere…
Liverpool v Crvena Zvezda
The Reds are huge 1/14 favourites here. Even with a host of injury doubts in midfield, they should have too much for the Serbian side.
Paris Saint-Germain v Napoli
This could be a cracker. With Liverpool also in Group C, defeat for either side would be a serious blow.
PSG are looking very good after six wins in a row. We go 17/10 for PSG and Both Teams to Score.
Kylian Mbappe is always worth keeping an eye on. The World Cup winner has six goals in four games for club and country. He’s 21/20 to add to his tally. Edinson Cavani is also 23/20 to score against his former club.
Barcelona v Inter Milan
Inter will be encouraged by Lionel Messi’s absence, but they’ll still have to deal with Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele.
The visitors may have to field a makeshift side themselves. Radja Nainggolan is definitely out, while Ivan Perisic and Marcelo Brozovic are major doubts. Barca are 7/4 to win to nil and help Spurs out.
Suarez ended a six-game drought at the weekend. He’s 3/1 to open the scoring at Camp Nou.
Borussia Dortmund v Atletico Madrid
Dortmund are in irresistible form under Lucien Favre. The Bundesliga leaders are narrow 31/20 favourites to take control of Group A against a very good Atletico side.
The hosts might be the most entertaining team in Europe right now. There last five games have produced 27 goals. We go 11/10 for Over 2.5 Goals here.
Paco Alcacer could be the man to watch in the goalscorer markets. He’s tended to come on as a sub this term, but he’s already got 10 goals for his new club. He’s 7/4 to get another here.
Club Brugge v Monaco
The other two sides in Group A are battling for third spot after picking up no points from the two games so far.
Thierry Henry will be eyeing his first win in charge of Monaco here. Brugge have only won one of their last five outings. You can back Monaco at 5/2.
The struggling Ligue 1 side have only scored more than a single goal once since September though. It’ll take time for Henry to get them playing free-flowing football. There’s 11/10 for Under 2.5 Goals in this one.
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