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Champions League Accumulator – 28th & 29th September

This week sees the return of the midweek action in the Champions League across Tuesday and Wednesday nights as the elite teams across Europe battle it out for a coveted place in the Knockout Phase of the tournament.

There are a number of very big games this week including Manchester City facing a tough trip to France to take on Paris St Germain, Chelsea are also on the road in Turin taking on Juventus, while Liverpool also travel to Portugal to take on FC Porto.

Only Manchester United of the English teams left in the competition have a home game, against the Spaniards Villarreal, who beat them in last season’s Europa League final.

There’s also a big game in Lisbon where Benfica face a Barcelona side not far off being in full crisis mode after a poor start to the season, while AC Milan face Atletico Madrid in what has become a game that the Italian side must get a positive result from.

It really does promise to be an interesting week of action and many teams can take a huge step towards qualification by landing a second win in the tournament here.

As usual, I have put together a fourfold accumulator for the games on Tuesday and Wednesday night and I am confident that these set of tips below stand a good chance of landing us a winner!

Champions League Tips – 28th & 29th September

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    • Tue - FC Porto v Liverpool - Away Win
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    • Tue - Paris St Ger v Man City - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Benfica v Barcelona - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Juventus v Chelsea - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 28th September

FC Porto v Liverpool – Away Win

Both these teams will be happy with their performance in the opening game of the group. Porto drew away with Atletico Madrid, while Liverpool beat Milan 3-2 at Anfield. Marko Grujic will likely face his former team for Porto in this game, which comes after Liverpool shipped three goals in an exciting 3-3 draw with Brentford at the weekend. The Reds do still look shaky defensively at times, which may give Porto hope here, but the Portuguese side do not have a good record against Liverpool and in eight matches against them have not won a single game, drawing three and losing five. The Reds last two trips to play Porto in Portugal have resulted in 5-0 and 4-1 wins and while this match won’t be quite so easy, I am backing Liverpool to notch up a crucial second win in the group here.

Paris St Germain v Manchester City – Draw

Last season, Manchester City knocked Paris St Germain out of the competition in the semifinals with two superb performances home and away. The Citizens beat the French team 2-1 in Paris and then 2-0 at home for a superb 4-1 victory over two legs and there is no doubt that this result probably paid a big role in PSG’s many big transfer moves this summer. Having earned a win at Chelsea at the weekend, City will be very confident once again here, and with Lionel Messi a doubt with a knee injury, they will feel PSG could be vulnerable on the counter. I do feel though that PSG are stronger this time around and as such, I am backing them to pick up a share of the spoils here.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 29th September

Benfica v Barcelona – Home Win

I think it is safe to say that Barcelona are close to being in full blown crisis mode. They have not only started the La Liga season poorly by their standards, but they were well beaten 3-0 at home by Bayern Munich on Matchday One and I do think that they are going to struggle on the road against a talented Benfica side. The Portuguese side earned a point with a 0-0 draw away to Kiev in their opener, but bossed that game and I think they have the players to cause Barcelona plenty of problems and with the pressure on Ronald Koeman, I think Benfica could land another big upset win here.

Juventus v Chelsea – Draw

Chelsea come into this game having lost their first game of the season to Manchester City at the weekend and. Thomas Tuchel will want a response from his team here. Juventus though have pocked up just 5 points from 15 available in Serie A (ahead of their game on Sunday with Sampdoria) and it is fair to say Massimiliano Allegri is under plenty of pressure. Juventus are not the same attacking threat without Ronaldo it is fair to say and I think they have been well below par in Serie A this season. They did beat Malmo comfortably in their first game in the group and I am backing these two teams to play out an entertaining draw in Turin, which I think will be viewed as a positive by both managers.

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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