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Champions League Accumulator – Wed 12th December

The final Wednesday night of the group stage in the Champions League sees the sixth and final round of matches taking place in Groups E to H, although in many of the groups tonight, who has made it through to the next stage of the tournament is already well documented.

Bayern and Ajax have done so in Group E, Man City are through in Group F, Real Madrid and Roma in Group G and Juventus and Man Utd in Group H, which means that there’s not a whole lot to play for, other than who finishes top or second, or who claims the Europa League spot for finishing third, in each of the groups.

That can make things a little tricky as some of the top sides will likely rest players for this last round of matches. That in itself presents us with the opportunity for some unusual results (remember, Manchester City losing at home to Shakhtar Donetsk last season?) so this is one set of fixtures which does have a few difficult to predict games.

Not that I am getting my excuses in early, I will factor in any potential weaker teams into my selections this week, but it does make the games much more difficult to predict as the players starting the game, tend not to play that often.

Regardless of that, I’ve put together this set of four longer odds tips for my Wednesday Champions League fourfold, here’s hoping we can end the year with a massive and positive result with this acca bet.

Wednesday’s Champions League Accumulator Tip – 12/12/2018

    • 5:55
    • Viktoria Plzen v Roma - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Ajax v Bayern Munich - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Sh.Donetsk v Lyon - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Valencia v Man Utd - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 12th December

Viktoria Plzen v AS Roma – Draw 

AS Roma don’t really have anything to play for in this game. They are already assured of going through to the next round and with a tough few games in Serie A coming up, I feel that the visitors may well elect to rest some key players here. Plzen have proven to be a tricky side to beat at home, with Real Madrid and CSKA struggling, and if Roma are not at full strength then I cannot see them picking up a win here. By the same token, the Italian side is used to grinding out results away from home and as such, I think that is precisely what they will do to earn a point, which may well be enough for Plzen to clinch the Europa League spot too, assuming CSKA Moscow lose in Madrid to Real.

Ajax v Bayern Munich – Home Win

I was very impressed with how Ajax played in the reverse fixture between these two teams back in October, when they earned a solid draw in Munich. Bayern may top the group, but Ajax could leapfrog them with a win in Amsterdam and that is what I have picked here. There is no doubt that Bayern are nowhere near as strong a team as they have been in recent seasons, both domestically and in Europe and there are signs that this team is starting to age rather rapidly. Ajax in sharp contrast, are young and vibrant and have some very talented players coming through the ranks and I am backing them to secure what would be a big win over a top European side here.

Shakhtar Donetsk v Lyon – Draw

This group, which also includes Manchester City and Hoffenheim, has tended to produce games with a fair few goals and drama, and in truth that is how I see this game going tonight. Of all the games tonight, this one has the most riding on it with Shakhtar Needing to win to leapfrog Lyon into second spot in the group behind Man City. A win or draw for Lyon being enough to see them through. Lyon have drawn four of their five games so far but their inability to convert games into wins means they now face this tricky task in Ukraine. It will be close, but I think another draw, with both teams scoring, is certainly on the cards.

Valencia v Manchester United – Home Win

A couple of weeks ago, this looked like being a decisive game in this group, but Manchester United’s wins at Juventus and then home to Young Boys means that United are already through. That will be a relief for Jose Mourinho as Valencia have been tough to beat this season, even if they have drawn far too many games for their liking. With United through, I think Jose Mourinho will be playing a weakened team here, especially with the amount of injuries he has to key players and ahead of next weekend’s massive trip to Anfield. That I think will play into Valencia’s hands and after dominating at Old Trafford, I am backing the home side to beat a weaker United side at the new Mestalla.

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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