We’ve got four Champions League predictions from this week’s second-leg matches and are hoping to land a 7/1 acca if they all come in.
With quarter-final places up for grabs, there are some intriguing ties for punters to get stuck into and some tempting odds on offer.
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RB Leipzig to beat Tottenham @ 11/20
Only Timo Werner’s 58th-minute penalty separated these sides in London, but the Bundesliga outfit looked much the better team for large parts of that contest. Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris was man of the match and the tie would be over had he not made a number of important saves. Tottenham’s run to last year’s final was full of drama and late turnarounds, but they have laboured of late without injured front men Harry Kane and Son Heung-min and look there for the taking.
Valencia vs Atalanta over 3.5 goals @ 21/20
The first encounter between these sides in Italy was incredibly open, when Atalanta prevailed 4-1 and both teams had lots more chances to keep the scoreboard ticking over. Valencia substitute Denis Cheryshev gave his side a glimmer of hope with a fine 66th-minute strike and has promised Los Che will attack in the return fixture, declaring: “We’ll come at them like lions.” However, the visitors closed the group stage with a 3-0 win at Shakhtar and have scored 16 times in their last three Serie A away matches, so they seem set to stay positive as well.
Liverpool to beat Atletico Madrid @ 57/100
The Reds have to pull off another famous Champions League comeback after losing 1-0 at a raucous Wanda Metropolitano last month, but still fresh in the memory is the manner in which they overturned a 3-0 first-leg deficit against Barcelona in last season’s semis. Jurgen Klopp commented: “This will be in a different stadium, our stadium – Atletico will feel that and that’s what we are looking forward to.” Atleti were beaten 3-0 away to Juventus at this stage 12 months ago after claiming a 2-0 advantage in Madrid, so a precedent has been set for them to slip up.
PSG to beat Borussia Dortmund @ 31/50
The French aristocrats were beaten 2-1 in the opening leg but looked dangerous for long periods of the second half at Westfalenstadion and are usually much stronger on home turf. Neymar had only just come back from an injury lay-off in Germany but will hopefully be sharper here. PSG have since netted 13 times in three domestic matches, with Kylian Mbappe scoring six of those goals, so we reckon they have the attacking talent to turn this tie around in our Champions League predictions.
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