The Tuesday night Champions League betting buffet is ram packed with delicacies waiting to be gorged upon by opportunistic punters.
With such a vast spread to select from, the news.bwin.com/en/ tipping team have been busy dividing the finest wagering wheat from the disappointment-heralding chaff to identify the best ways to invest your hard-earned tonight.
Here’s what we’ve found.
Under 1.5 goals in Roma v FC Bayern Munchen @ 29/10
Rudi Garcia’s Italian capital club have been imperious at home this campaign.
The only occasion when they haven’t prevailed in flawless fashion was in their opening Group E outing, where they afforded CSKA Moscow a goal after helping themselves to five.
Bayern have another iron-clad backline and haven’t conceded, at home or away, in eight successive outings.
Both of Die Roten’s Champions League outings thus far are encompassed on this run and, more importantly, both fell short of the goal line in question.
Porto to beat Athletic Bilbao to nil @ 33/20
Of their six Portuguese and Champions League outings on the homestead, Porto have prevailed five times and have shipped just one goal in total.
Bilbao, by contrast, are in foul form.
They haven’t savoured the taste of victory for eight matches following last weekend’s 1-1 draw with Celta Vigo.
What increases the value in backing the home team to triumph without sullying their laundry is the fact that Los Leones have been bested in each of their previous five road games, notching just two in this spell.
APOEL to avoid defeat v Paris Saint-Germain @ 29/20
Steamrollers of the Cypriot league, Nicosia’s finest are the unquestionable minnow of Group F, but they can snare their second point of a campaign that’s all but assured to end in elimination here.
Les Parisiens have won just twice on the road all season, failing to beat foes as feeble as Reims, Evian and Toulouse and are by no means guaranteed to succeed in Cyprus.
Given their dominance and inferiority of opponents on the domestic scene, APOEL’s league form isn’t a good yardstick with which to measure their chances of swerving a slaying in this one.
But they are unbeaten in three European home ties so far and drew with much-fancied Ajax in their last continental clash in front of their own fans.