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Champions League Acca – 7th & 8th March

The Champions League is back this week with the first four Round of 16 second leg ties to be played across Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

On the first of those dates we see Chelsea hosting Dortmund trailing 1-0 from their trip to Germany, while at the same time in Portugal, Benfica will head into their game with Club Brugge with a healthy 2-0 lead from the first leg.

Then on Wednesday night we see another Premier League team attempting to come back from a deficit as Spurs host AC Milan trailing 1-0 from the first leg at the San Siro.

But the big game comes in Munich this week where Bayern have a slender 1-0 lead from the away leg in France against Paris St Germain, but the French side could have their talisman Kylian Mbappe back and fully fit for this game, which does give them a fighting chance of landing an upset win here.

Whatever happens, it should be an intriguing two days of football as the first quarterfinalists for the Champions League become known.

As always, I’ve gone through the four games below and come up with my list for this week’s acca. Check it out below!

Champions League Acca – 7th, 8th March

    • 8:00
    • Tue - Benfica v Club Brugge Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Chelsea v Dortmund Draw
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Bayern Munich v PSG Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed- Tottenham v AC Milan Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 7th March

Benfica (2) v (0) Club Brugge – Home Win

When these two teams met in the first leg in Belgium, I was pretty confident that Benfica would come away as the winner and that certainly proved to be the case as the extra clinical finishing that they produced saw them past Club Brugge comfortably. I can only think that a similar night is in store for the Belgian side here who were well beaten by FC Porto in their final Group Stage game, and Porto are trailing Benfica in the Portuguese title race. With home advantage, I’d expect Benfica to push home their lead from the first leg here and make light work of qualifying for the quarterfinals, where I think they are going to be a formidable opponent for any other team that reaches this stage of the tournament.

Chelsea (0) v (1) Borussia Dortmund – Draw

Does anyone really know what to expect from Chelsea at the present moment in time? Graham Potter has come in and been handed an assortment of big money signings alongside stalwart Chelsea players and the result has been an unhappy mish-mash of styles, a team that looks out of sync with each other and which has suffered very poor form as a result. In truth, I was surprised Dortmund won by just one goal in Germany but by all accounts Chelsea had some great chances to score and get a better result. That they did not could come to haunt them here as I can see the German side picking off this Chelsea defence on the counterattack here and clinching a draw which would be enough to put them through.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 8th March

Bayern Munich (1) v (0) Paris St Germain – Away Win

I watched all this game live and it was astonishing how the game changed when PSG brought on Kylian Mbappe, even though the French Superstar was nowhere near fully fit from this game. Until then, Bayern had dominated this game and were excellent value for their 1-0 lead, given to them by ex-PSG star Kingsley Coman. However, when PSG brought on a half-fit Mbappe midway through the second half, the game changed massively. Mbappe’s pace skill and vision score PSG score, although it was ruled out by VAR and his directness caused Bayern huge problems. Mbappe could be fit to start the game on Wednesday and if he is, then PSG have an outstanding chance of landing the away win here and that is why I have backed them to do so here.

Tottenham (0) v (1) AC Milan – Home Win

Can Tottenham turn this game around on Wednesday night? The first leg in Milan was a pretty dire affair to be honest with an early goal giving Milan the lead and then both teams played out a pretty uneventful and dull remainder of the game. The second leg should be better as Spurs have to go for the win and that means there will be opportunities for the Italian side to try and hit them on the counter attack. I see this game being tight initially, perhaps even goalless at half time, but I think it will open up in the second half and while I do feel Spurs have enough to win the game, I think they may do so by just one goal which could well mean extra time and even penalties are required to decide the winner.

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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