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Wednesday’s Champions League Acca Tip – 19th September

There’s another eight games in the Champions League on Wednesday night and of the two nights, I think this is the one that has the most likely acca win for me this week.

That’s because I feel there are four games where it looks likely that some of the big guns in the tournament including both Manchester clubs, as well as the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus, should get the result they need to get off to a positive start.

There are two games kicking off at 17.55, but neither of these games really offers much in terms of value to me, plus I think one match sees Ajax odds-on favourites, while in the other it is a tricky one to predict between Shakhtar and Hoffenheim.

As such, our quartet of games on Wednesday comes from four games that get underway at 8pm and these tips are outlined below.

Champions League Acca- 19/09/2018

    • 8:00
    • Man City v Lyon - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Real Madrid v AS Roma - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Valencia v Juventus - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Young Boys v Man Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 19th September

Manchester City v Lyon – Home Win

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side have looked pretty much untouchable at home this season in the Premier League and while Lyon will likely present a tougher test than any side that have travelled to Manchester this season, I still feel the French side are well short of being a team that can get a result here. City’s style of play, allied to their exceptional talent and strength in depth, means that they should win this game comfortably and while I am not expecting City to run up five or six goals, I do think they will score three or four with Lyon grabbing a single consolation in return.

Real Madrid v AS Roma – Home Win

This could have been last year’s final, but the teams now meet in circumstances somewhat changed from then. Real are now minus Cristiano Ronaldo and to be fair, Julen Lopetegui has done a decent job since coming in and they are unbeaten in La Liga.  Roma are also minus some key personnel with Alisson moving to Liverpool and Strootman to Marseille and they have started the season with just five points from their opening four Serie A games. For me, with home advantage, this is a nailed on home win for the Spanish side, although I do think that they are going to find it much tougher in this competition this year without their talismanic Portuguese striker.

Valencia v Juventus – Away Win

Cristiano Ronaldo will make his Champions League bow for Juventus away to Valencia in what looks like being one of the top games of the night in the competition. Valencia have not started La Liga very well this season drawing three of their four games to sit in 17th place in the table. Juventus, as usual, have romped away with their opening Serie A games, although Ronaldo is yet to really show the form that prompted Juventus to spend €90m on the striker this summer. This is a competition that Ronaldo loves to play in however and I think he will be the catalyst for Juventus to get off to a solid start with a narrow win at the Mestalla.

Young Boys v Manchester United – Away Win

The Swiss side come into this game with six wins from six games in the Swiss League and they will certainly be no pushovers for a Manchester United side that has battled back well from two defeats in their opening three Premier League games to record two wins on the road in their last two matches. Young Boys squad is a nice mix of experience and youth but they lack the quality of United’s team and while I expect the Swiss side to give United a real test, I think the quality United possess in midfield and especially in attack will be at least two levels above what the Swiss team is used to facing. As such, I am backing United to get their campaign off to a strong start here with a win.

Dean Wyatt

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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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