Wednesday’s Champions League Tips: Dortmund and Atletico fancied
Tottenham Hotspur face Barcelona tonight at a packed Wembley Stadium. We’ve got a full preview of that match here, but read on for our top tips on the night’s other big Champions League games.
Here’s a look at those key clashes, kicking off with Liverpool’s visit to Italy…
Napoli v Liverpool
Everything about this game points to it being a thriller. Napoli have won seven of their last eight at home, whilst the Reds have racked up 10 points from their four away games in the Premier League.
With a ton of attacking talent on the pitch, it’s 6/10 for Both Teams to Score. Meanwhile, a Score Draw is priced up at 13/4.
Daniel Sturridge is on fire for the Anfield club at present. He’s netted in three of his last four, including a wondergoal at Stamford Bridge last weekend. He’s 13/8 to net Anytime.
The home side’s hopes will be pinned on Lorenzo Insigne. He’s scored in Napoli’s last two home games, and is 11/5 to register against the Reds.
Borussia Dortmund v Monaco
The French side are in miserable form right now. They’ve picked up six points from their first eight league games, and should be easy prey for a BVB side top of the Bundesliga.
Dortmund’s last three home matches have all produced wins, with Lucien Favre’s side banging in 14 goals in the process. They’re 1/3 for victory, and 19/10 to Win Both Halves.
A 3-1 victory for the German giants is priced at 9/1, with the on-song Marco Reus Evens to make the net bulge.
PSV v Inter Milan
Inter’s recent run hasn’t been pretty, but it has been effective. Luciano Spalletti’s side have won four on the trot, with each of those games producing three goals or fewer.
PSV are strong in the league, but tend to struggle amongst the bright lights of the UCL – and lost their first game emphatically at Barcelona. It’s 5/2 for Inter to Win and Under 3.5 Goals.
Five of Inter’s last seven goals have come beyond the 75-minute mark, and they’re 7/4 in the Second-Half Result market. Mauro Icardi has been doing the business of late, and is 6/4 to find the net again.
Atletico Madrid v Club Brugge
It’s been business as usual for Atleti. They’ve recorded three wins and a draw in their last four games, conceding a single goal in the process.
They should breeze to victory against a Brugge side who were knocked out of the Belgian Cup in embarrassing fashion by semi-pro outfit Deinze last week.
An Atletico win is 3/10, while the home side are 19/20 to Win to Nil.
Antoine Griezmann could have a field day against a poor Brugge side. He’s 3/4 Anytime, while it’s 9/1 he bags a hat-trick.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing