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Champions League Acca – Tuesday 6th November

Tuesday night sees the fourth round of matches in the Champions League group stages, and it is the return games from the matches played on Matchday Three, which itself produced its fair share of surprise results and thumping wins for teams.

I am still smarting a little from Saturday when I was just one result away from a fabulous accumulator, with Watford squandering plenty of chances in the first half came back to haunt me as Newcastle grabbed the decisive goal to get the win. Other than that, I’d backed the other games absolutely bang on the money.

Still, I have enjoyed a couple of wins in recent weeks so it is good to see that I am getting the results correct in most of my selections and I am confident that this selection of games for Tuesday’s games stands a strong chance.

I haven’t included Liverpool’s match at Red Star Belgrade on the night as the Reds were such short odds to win the game that they were pretty much unbackable and I felt that there were a couple of games which offered much better odds on their selections. So I have gone with these games instead.

Here’s how my accumulator for Tuesday night shapes up.

Champions League Accumulator – 6/11/2018

    • 5:55
    • AS Monaco v Club Brugge - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Inter v Barcelona - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Napoli v Paris St Ger - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tottenham v PSV - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 6th November

AS Monaco v Club Bruges – Draw

This AS Monaco side is a long, long way from the team that knocked out Manchester City from the competition a few years ago. A succession of seasons selling their best players has taken its toll on the team and Thierry Henry now has the unenviable task of putting them back on the right track. Bruges are a team that have drawn four of their last five games, including the return game between the teams a couple of weeks ago and Monaco have drawn two of their last three and are without a win in five. Ordinarily, I’d back Monaco for the win here, but their form is such and confidence so low that I think Bruges will spring a surprise here and come away with a draw against a team that is struggling to play anywhere near their best.

Inter Milan v Barcelona – Draw

Inter have won four of their last five (their only defeat in Barcelona to tonight’s opponents) while Barcelona have won all of their last five including a 5-1 thumping of Real Madrid in La Liga. However, the Spanish side do have problems notably against Italian opponents and Inter have been in good form at home in this competition this season, beating Spurs with two late goals to secure a vital win. The Italian side warmed up at the weekend with a thumping 5-0 win over Genoa but Barcelona will be very, very different. I think this will be a tight game and that Inter will do just enough to secure what could be a vital point as they seek to reach the second phase of the tournament after Christmas.

Napoli v Paris St Germain – Home Win

I thought Napoli were superb in Paris when these teams played a few weeks ago and PSG were fortunate that Angel Di Maria curled home a fine strike in injury time to grab them a point. Napoli have already beaten Liverpool at home this season and they look well set tactically to cause real problems for a PSG side who are superb going forward but who look very susceptible against the counter attack. Napoli kept PSG’s expensive forward line quiet in the game a few weeks ago and if they can do likewise here, and if Insigne is fit to start, then I feel they could make a massive stride towards reaching the second phase by securing a narrow win here.

Tottenham v PSV Eindhoven – Home Win

We are now at the point with Spurs and PSV that they both must win this game to have any realistic chance of progressing from the group and ideally, they would want Barcelona to beat Inter Milan too on the same night. With both sides knowing a draw is not going to be enough to help their cause, I can see both teams going for it and I think that plays into Spurs hands more as they have the far better attacking players. Only two defensive howlers saw Spurs draw in the return fixture a few weeks ago in a game they should have won, so I don’t think they’ll make the same mistake this time around. Spurs should win this one comfortably.

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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