The return of the Champions League has seen bwin dust off their repertoire of fantastic offers and lay them out in an orderly manner for ravenous punters to sate their appetites for great value multiples on.
Tonight a double-take inducing 7/5 can be had on backing three absolute bankers to prevail on home soil.
Real Madrid, Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund can take us down to profit town if they do the business against hugely unfancied trio Liverpool, Anderlecht and Galatasaray.
This bet would’ve copped a fortnight ago when our three protagonists were away from home and it’s difficult to see how it can’t come in again.
Real Madrid to beat Liverpool @ 1/4
Clad in smoking jackets and slippers from half-time onwards at Anfield, Los Merengues redefined the popular idiom ‘cruising to victory’ in besting the Reds 3-0.
This loss represents one of three games in which Brendan Rodgers’ men failed to score over their previous four outings as their post-Luis Suarez identity crisis continues to plunge to new depths.
Across the same period Real have fired 14 goals and leaked just two, while they’ve bagged 18 in four at the Bernabeu.
Arsenal to beat Anderlecht @ 9/25
While Real were cantering on Merseyside, Arsenal were pulling off one of the Champions League’s greatest ever points heists in Brussels.
Their utterly undeserved victory in the corresponding fixture will ensure the spirits of the travelling Belgians are suitably shattered to bring about an easy win for the north Londoners.
Anderlecht have never won on 13 visits to England, losing on an overwhelming 12 occasions and across their last seven seasons in this competition, they’ve claimed the spoils a paltry four times, finishing bottom of their group on each instance.
Borussia Dortmund to beat Galatasaray @ 7/25
Die Schwarzgelben can’t buy a win in the Bundesliga, but their fortunes couldn’t be any more contrasting in the Champions League.
They have a 100 per cent record from their opening three matches in Group D, scoring nine and conceding none.
Gala have a strong record in Germany, but after losing 4-0 in Istanbul to Jurgen Klopp’s charges two weeks ago, it’s tough to see how they can do anything but fall under the wheels at the Wesfalenstadion.