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The bet in question is the 7/1 about Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Hearts and Rangers claiming victories over Monaco, Bayer Leverkusen, Raith Rovers and Alloa Athletic respectively.
It’s a wager that returns £210 profit if punters stake their £30 free bet for opening an account at bwin.com on it and myriad factors say doing so would be a wise move.
Arsenal to beat Monaco @ 5/4
The news.bwin.com tipping team have already alerted the masses to Arsenal’s expertise in Champions League last-16 second legs when they’ve taken a heavy beating in the first, more of which can be read about here.
Milan were beaten 3-0 in response to a 4-0 loss suffered in the San Siro a couple of weeks prior in 2011/12, while FC Bayern Munchen were toppled a year later, losing 2-0 at the Allianz after a 3-1 victory in north London.
As far as recent form goes, the Gunners have lost just two of ten road games this year, prevailing on seven instances.
They have never lost in France either, winning on seven of their ten sojourns.
Atletico Madrid to beat Bayer Leverkusen @ 17/20
Los Colchoneros are yet to concede a goal at the Vicente Calderon in the Champions League this season, scoring ten of their own.
Their European record at this venue stands at 20 wins from 22 and their domestic return this term isn’t bad either.
In La Liga, they’ve lost just once at home, with a Copa del Rey reverse against Barcelona the only other defeat suffered at base camp in 2014/15.
Leverkusen, on the other hand, have been bested in nine of their 16 matches on Spanish soil.
Hearts to beat Raith Rovers @ 13/50
With six consecutive victories ahead of this one and an aggregate score of 14-0 from their previous two, only those with an unrelenting desire to have a bed reserved in the poorhouse will be opposing the Jambos here.
Since mid-November they’ve won seven straight matches on their travels and are nailed on at Rovers, who have beaten a mere three visitors to Stark’s Park thus far.
Rangers to beat Alloa Athletic @ 3/10
Four straight draws have seen the Gers fall behind in the second-tier promotion race, but the division’s second bottom club should enable them to snap their spoil-sharing streak at Ibrox.
Alloa have lost each of their last three and failed to score in six of their last seven road games.