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Champions League Acca Tip – Tuesday 2nd October

This Tuesday, the Champions League is back with the second round of fixtures in the Group Stage of the tournament. It was a mixed bag for British teams last time out, with Liverpool and Manchester United earning victories, but Tottenham and most surprisingly, Manchester City, going down to defeats.

Those somewhat unexpected results meant our last Champions League accumulator didn’t go as planned, but I am hopeful that across either Tuesday or Wednesday in the Champions League, or in Thursday’s Europa League, we should be celebrating a winner.

Such is the nature of accumulator betting that you can never be sure when the next winner is coming along and assuming that I haven’t hit the jackpot on the weekend (and fingers crossed that I have), let’s hope that this selection of matches provides us with a nice acca win on Tuesday.

Here’s my Tuesday fourfold accumulator for the Champions League.

Champions League Acca- 02/10/2018

    • 5:55
    • Hoffenheim v Man City - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • CSKA Moscow v Real Madrid - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Lyon v Shakhtar Donetsk Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Man Utd v Valencia - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 2nd October

Hoffenheim v Manchester City – Away Win

After their shock defeat at home to Lyon in the Champions League opening round of fixtures, Manchester City now head to Germany knowing that they must pick up something from this clash with Hoffenheim, otherwise they could fall too far off the pace in the group and leave themselves up against it. The German side will be no pushovers, having put in a superb display away at Shakhtar Donetsk to secure a 2-2 draw and in truth, it was a game they should have won. City’s blip against Lyon needs to be rectified but this is a tough place to go and get a result, but given Pep Guardiola’s excellent record against Hoffenheim from when he was a Bayern boss (Won 5 and drew 1 of six games), I am expecting City to come away with a narrow win here to put themselves back on track.

CSKA Moscow – Real Madrid – Away Win

The spectacular VEB Arena will host this Champions League clash between the home side CSKA and Champions Real Madrid. CSKA earned a good point from their trip to Plzen last time out, but they now face a real test against a Real Madrid side that were convincing winners over AS Roma in their opening match. Gareth Bale’s return to form as the focal point for the team seems to be working well and while Russia is never an easy place to go, I can’t see Real having too many problems here in getting the job done. I can see CSKA trying to keep the game tight early on but once Real make the breakthrough and the Russian side have to come out, I think that is when the Spanish side will start to dominate.

Lyon v Shakhtar Donetsk – Home Win

Lyon picked up an unexpected but superb three points from their 2-1 win at Manchester City in their opening game in the group and they now know their chances of making the last 16 in this competition could be hugely enhanced with a win at home to the Ukranian side Shakhtar. Donestk didn’t play great in their last game, drawing 2-2 with a talented Hoffenheim side, but they are experienced and awkward customers in the Champions League and will not make it easy for the French side. That said, any team that can beat Man City can also beat Donetsk and with Fekir on fire, I am backing Lyon to snatch a big win here.

Manchester United v Valencia – Home Win

Manchester United had a very comfortable opening night, rounding off a good performance with a 3-0 win over Swiss Champions Young Boys. Valencia though were put to the sword by Juventus, despite playing against 10 men for a good while, they allowed the Italians to claim a 2-0 win and missed a penalty into the bargain. Games between these two teams in the past have been tight and five of the eight matches have ended in draws, but I can’t see the game tonight being the same. United need a performance after the debacle last week against Derby and a Champions League win at home to Valencia is the least their fans will expect and I think they will receive that in relatively comfortable fashion.

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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