We’ve got four Champions League predictions from the remaining last-16 second-leg matches and are hoping to land a near-17/1 acca if they all come in.
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Juventus to beat Lyon @ 2/5
The Bianconeri must overturn a 1-0 first-leg deficit but showed enough in France to suggest they can get the job done against opponents who have looked fragile on the road. Lyon tasted defeat away to Benfica and Zenit in Group G and also suffered from travel sickness in Ligue 1, losing at Montpellier, Saint-Etienne, Marseille, Nice, PSG and Lille before finishing seventh in a curtailed campaign. Juve have been outstanding at home this term and get a strong vote in our Champions League predictions.
Man City to beat Real Madrid @ 7/10
Real were the better team in a goalless first half at the Bernabeu earlier this year and took a deserved 60th-minute lead through Isco. However, they crumbled when City raised the tempo late on, with Gabriel Jesus levelling and Kevin De Bruyne then striking from the penalty spot. Talismanic captain Sergio Ramos will miss this game after being sent off in the closing stages in Madrid. City have scored a whopping 24 goals in six consecutive victories on home turf, including a superb 4-0 demolition of Liverpool.
Barcelona to beat Napoli @ 31/50
Barca’s form has been patchy since the restart, but Napoli have been even more out of sorts. Three defeats and just one win in their last five Serie A away games contributed to a lowly seventh-place finish. Gli Azzurri were soundly beaten at Atalanta and Inter Milan, suggesting they currently lack the quality to compete at this level, especially with key defender Kostas Manolas out. Barcelona beat Inter Milan 2-1 and Borussia Dortmund 3-1 here in the group stage and the delay has allowed Luis Suarez to return from injury.
Bayern Munich and Chelsea to draw @ 18/5
Bayern established themselves as favourites to lift the trophy when claiming an emphatic 3-0 victory at Stamford Bridge back in February but may seek to cruise through this clash and simply blow some cobwebs away following a month off from competitive action. Chelsea travelled well during the group stage, picking up seven points from trips to Lille, Ajax and Valencia, and Frank Lampard is fired up for this after securing a top-four Premier League spot, stating: “It’s a show of character. We have to go to Munich and play with pride.”
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