Despite the lack of fans, Tuesday’s Champions League games didn’t disappoint.
A goal from Phil Phoden in the 90th minute ensured that Manchester City would lead to Germany for the second leg next week. Their 2-1 win leaves the draw firmly in balance and it should be a blast at Signal Iduna Park on Wednesday.
Liverpool could cope with an overcrowded Anfield for the second leg against Real Madrid. The Reds follow after the defeat at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on Tuesday with 1: 3. Jürgen Klopp’s men are not out, but they would assess their chances a bit more if the Kop were with a full voice.
Bayern Munich v PSG
Wednesday’s blockbuster is in Munich, where Bayern will do without the talisman Robert Lewandowski and possibly Serge Gnabry to visit PSG in a replay of last season’s final.
The Parisians dismantled Barca in the preliminary round and in the best case could play against a Levi-free Bayern. It’s 13/5 (Bet365) shots to get the win in Munich and 11/10 to qualify. Over 2.5 goals landed in both games on Tuesday and it could pay off here again but the price tag is only 4/7. But when you pair it with BTTS you can get 4/5.
SlipsTips thinks the Germans are still worth having a look at in his game preview and that they have lost a little too much money at Tonybet since he published his article.
FC Porto versus Chelsea
In the other game of the night, Chelsea will face FC Porto in Portugal. Thomas Tuchel tasted a spectacular defeat for the first time as blues boss at the weekend when they lost 5-2 at home to West Brom, so he will be on the lookout for a reaction from his side.
Chelsea just have to watch the last round to see how dangerous the Portuguese can be after knocking Juventus over the two legs. In this sense, the 4: 1 in a home win is enormous and even the money for postage on the double chance market has its appeal.
Mark Walker firmly believes Chelsea will secure a first-leg win, however, and he supports them in his preview.
Don’t miss our other Wednesday preview (below) of Serie A and La Liga games.
Game preview and tips for Wednesday
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2021 Masters Betting Tips
It is here! The caddy has studied and fielded, poured over the mold and analyzed the trends and presented his top picks for this year’s Masters tournament in Augusta. Will Dustin Johnson repeat what he did less than six months ago and keep the green jacket? Or has Jordan Spieth perfectly adjusted his form run for a further inclination in Augusta? Or will an outsider show up to get a first big win and defy the trends? The whole drama will unfold before our eyes from Thursday to Sunday. Don’t miss the caddy’s advice on where your money should be this weekend.
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Grand National Charity Sweepstakes
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Good luck with all your bets on Wednesday!