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Champions League Matchday 4 Acca – 2nd & 3rd November

I’m going to take a very different approach to my Champions League accumulator this week. I’ve put together some very long odds selections in recent times, and had mixed results with them, so this time, I am going to play it safer and go with a number of shorter-priced, but high probability of success selections.

That’s because I feel there are a couple of games where there are some relatively long odds options that could well boost the odds on the bet considerably.

I’m going with one safe and one long odds option each night, and these should give us a very good value bet and given how teams have performed in the Champions League so far, I think that even these longer value odds selections have a very good chance of success.

It’s been an interesting tournament so far. The four English teams have generally picked up good results, with Liverpool the only team with a 100% record out of the quartet, however Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are all well positioned as we head into the final three games of the group stage.

Of the standout teams in the tournament this season, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Juventus and Ajax, plus to a lesser extent Paris St Germain and Manchester City, have caught the eye. However, the most exciting story has been that of Sheriff Tiraspol, who top of Group D after wins over Real Madrid and Shakhtar Donetsk.

Amongst those struggling include Red Bull Leipzig, AC Milan and Barcelona.

So with this in mind, I have put together the following acca for this week’s Champions League action.

Champions League Tips – 2nd & 3rd November

    • 5:45
    • Tue - Malmo v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Atalanta v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 5:45
    • Wed - R.Madrid v S.Donetsk - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - B.Dortmund v Ajax - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 2nd November

Malmo FF v Chelsea – Away Win

Chelsea were very comfortable winners when the two met at Stamford Bridge a couple of weeks back. Two penalties from Jorginho, as well as strikes from Andreas Christensen and Kai Havertz, all before the 60 minute mark, saw the Londoners record a very comfortable win. Malmo had just two attempts on goal, none on target and just 27% of the possession in that game and in truth, it is hard to see them faring much better against the current European Champions on home soil. Juventus put the Swedes to the sword with a 3-0 win in Sweden in the earlier rounds of this tournament and I would be very surprised if Chelsea didn’t follow up their comfortable win in London with another strong performance and win in the return fixture on Tuesday. Remember, this game kicks off at 5.45pm, so you will need to have this acca on early if you want to back it.

Atalanta v Manchester United – Away Win

Manchester United produced a stirring comeback in the first game between these two. teams. Trailing 2-0 at the interval, they bounced back in the second half to win the game 3-2 and I think that result should give them confidence here. For me, Atalanta’s best performances in Europe over the last few years have come on the road, especially against English teams whereas at home, they have struggled a little, notably against Liverpool last season when losing 5-0 at home to the Reds. Manchester United have the players to hit Atalanta hard on the counter and I think that they may actually find this game a little easier than the one at Old Trafford.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 3rd November

Real Madrid v Shakhtar Donetsk – Home Win

After losing their last home game at the Bernabeu to Sheriff Tiraspol, perhaps the biggest shock result in recent times in this competition, Real Madrid bounced back to land a very big win in the Ukraine against Shakhtar and I fully expect them to complete a key double over their opponents on Wednesday evening. This Real Madrid side may not have some of the stellar names of teams past, but they are still very effective and when it comes to experience and picking up key results in this competition at the right time, no team comes close to them. I’m not just expecting Real to win this game, but to win it very comfortably.

Borussia Dortmund v Ajax – Away Win

To say Ajax have been hugely impressive in this competition so far is an understatement. They put five past Lisbon on the road and then beat Besiktas and Dortmund at home 2-0 and 4-0 respectively. They then followed up that win over Dortmund with a 5-0 win over PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch league.  Dortmund’s two wins over Besiktas and Sporting have been by a single goal margin and in truth, if they play like they did in the first game, Ajax will win very comfortably. Even so, the Dutch side’s best performances in Europe in recent years have come on the road and I am backing them to do a fine double over the Germans on Wednesday night.

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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