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Champions League Acca – 23rd & 24th November

We had another close run thing at the weekend, and only Norwich’s second win in a row scuppered what would have been a nice return. However, I am getting a little frustrated at being so close, but yet so far with my last few tips and want to put that right here.

We have a Champions League midweek set of tips here for Matchday 5, which will see a number of issues sorted across the groups and likely another few teams join the likes of Liverpool, Juventus, Ajax Amsterdam and Bayern Munich as qualified for the next stage of the competition.

There’s also a huge game for Manchester United, who will be under caretaker boss Michael Carrick after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking at the weekend. The Red Devils face a trip to Spain to face Villarreal, who top their group, knowing a win or a draw is very much required with Atalanta still very much in with a chance in this group.

Chelsea fans will be hoping they can beat Juventus for the first time in five games while the biggest game of the week sees Manchester City and Paris St Germain lock horns at the Etihad, with City knowing a win will not just see them qualify, but also confirm them as the winners of the group.

Another huge game sees Barcelona face Benfica knowing a win will take the Catalan side through, but defeat or a draw could see them eliminated, as they have to go to Germany to take on Bayern in their final game, while Benfica have a home tie against Dynamo Kyiv.

So with so many big games coming up this week, it is going to be interesting to see how things go. Here’s my acca pick for Tuesday and Wednesday night’s action.

Champions League Acca Tip – 23rd & 24th November

    • 5:45
    • Tue - Villarreal v Man Utd Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Chelsea v Juventus Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Liverpool v FC Porto Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Sporting v B.Dortmund Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 23rd November

Villarreal v Manchester United – Away Win

With Manchester United sacking their manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the weekend, Michael Carrick will have the task to get the team ready for this crucial game against the group leaders. United beat Villarreal in their home game, but needed a late injury time winner from Cristiano Ronaldo to do so, in a game the Spanish team had the better of. In Spain, you’d expect Villarreal to do better, but I think the change of manager will help United. Usually teams get a boost when a manager goes and with this game being so vital, I have a feeling UNited’s pacy attacking players wide will take them to a badly needed victory.

Chelsea v Juventus – Home Win

Juventus have already qualified from this group, but Chelsea will join them if they manage to pick up just one point from their final two games. However, if the Londoners want to top the group, then a win here is likely going to be needed, and a bigger one than the 1-0 win Juventus managed over Chelsea on Matchday 2 is likely to be required. I don’t think Thomas Tuchel’s team will have any issues qualifying, but this game will be a tough one, although I do feel that Chelsea are more than good enough to win the game, especially when you compare their domestic record to that of Juventus who lie 7th in Serie A and have lost four times this season already.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 24th November

Liverpool v FC Porto – Home Win

It is a pretty well-established fact that with Liverpool already qualified and confirmed as group winners, Jurgen Klopp will likely rest some big name players for his next two games in the group. That said, even with a few injuries to key players, the Reds boss should still be able to put out a very strong team for this home game. FC Porto were thrashed by Liverpool once again in their home leg but their record at Anfield is much better and they know picking up something in this game could be huge. However, even with a weaker team, I would expect Liverpool to take a victory, albeit by a much narrower scoreline than they did in Portugal.

Sporting Lisbon v Borussia Dortmund – Home Win

Despite being thrashed by Ajax on their opening night in the competition, Lisbon have gone on to become the team to watch here. Wins over Besiktas as Dortmund faltered against Ajax means that this game is now a crucial one in the race for second place and with Lisbon at home, if they can land a win here, especially one that gives them a better head to head record over Dortmund, then that could be crucial in their quest to finish second in the group behind Ajax. Dortmund narrowly won the first game between the two teams 1-0 in Germany but that was Sporting’s last defeat as they have won all nine games since and I think will have enough quality to get the job done here against the German side.

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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