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Wednesday 3rd October – Champions League Accumulator Tip

While the selections for Tuesday night weren’t particularly high odds and as a result, Tuesday’s acca wasn’t the biggest odds we’ve ever tipped, things look more appealing on Wednesday with some games that are much more evenly matched.

Of course, with that comes the problem of tipping the right result in what is essentially a 50/50 game, but the flip side of that is if you can pick the correct outcome, then the odds you get on that are markedly improved and across four games, that leads to a much better overall value bet.

I’m happy with my selections for Wednesday which includes both Liverpool and Spurs matches. The Reds face Napoli away knowing a win here would be a huge step towards qualification for the next phase, while Tottenham face off against the mighty Barcelona at Wembley knowing that after that loss to Inter last time out, they need something from this game.

However, it is worth noting that Spurs did draw with Real Madrid in Madrid in the group stage last season, and then defeated them 3-1 at Wembley a few weeks later.

Can they spring a big upset at home to the other Spanish giants this week? Let’s take a look at my tips and see what I reckon.

Champions League Acca- 03/10/2018

    • 5:55
    • L.Moscow v Schalke 04 - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Napoli v Liverpool - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • PSV v Inter - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Tottenham v Barcelona - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 3rd October

Lokomotiv Moscow v Schalke 04 – Home Win

It’s strange to think that these two teams, who have struggled mightily this season domestically and in Europe, are going to go head to head in the Champions League. Neither of these teams look likely to get out of their group with Galatasaray and FC Porto likely to be the teams to qualify. To improve their prospects a win here is a must and of the two teams, I think Lokomotiv are the team most likely to achieve that given their relatively decent home record in Europe. Schalke’s poor start means that even as a representative from the strong Bundesliga, I do not fancy their chances of getting anything from the game as they are sorely lacking goals and confidence at the moment and the team cannot buy a win.

Napoli v Liverpool – Away Win

Napoli’s owners weren’t too thrilled at being drawn with Liverpool in Group C and after the Reds defeated PSG 3-2 at Anfield on the opening night, it is easy to see why the Italian’s weren’t that happy. It may have also had something to do with a 5-0 thumping they endured at Anfield in pre-season too, albeit that Napoli team was not as match fit as they will be now. After a draw in Belgrade, Napoli will know that a win is a must here if they are to stand any chance in the group, especially with two games with PSG looming on the horizon, but I think that does play into Liverpool’s hands as they can be devastating on the counter attack, especially in Europe and that is why I am backing the Reds to snatch a vital win here.

PSV Eindhoven v Inter Milan – Draw

After losing to Barcelona on the opening night, despite a great start domestically, the reality of the different level of Champions League football will have hit home for PSV. They now face an Inter side that will be buoyant following their 2-1 come from behind win over Tottenham last time out and the Italian side will know that even a draw here would be a good result, with Spurs and Barcelona playing in the other match in this group. PSV are much better at home than on the road and I think the scoreline V Spurs did flatter Inter rather a lot. As such, while I can’t see the Italians winning here, I do think they will do enough to secure a point.

Tottenham v Barcelona – Away Win

Last season, Spurs managed to draw in Madrid against Real and then beat the eventual winners 3-1 at Wembley on their way to topping their group. They now face a similarly tough test against a Barcelona side that thumped PSV 4-0 in the opening game of the group. That said, Barca did lose unexpectedly to Leganes in La Liga recently and that result shows that Luis Enrique’s team are not infallible, even with the talent they possess. If Spurs were firing on all cylinders, I’d back them to get something from this game, but at the moment, certainly in attack, Spurs are not looking as threatening as they did last season and as such, I think Barcelona will make them pay by claiming a narrow win.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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