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Champions League – Round of 16 1st Leg Tips – 14th & 15th Feb

We welcome back European competition this week and first up we have the first four of the eight Round of 16 first leg ties that are being played across Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

The first eight teams up this week include two English teams, Chelsea and Tottenham, as well as a game that was the final of this competition just a few years ago, featuring two of European football’s biggest teams and perennial title winners.

Last week’s tips didn’t pan out for the acca bet which is a disappointment, but we are starting to see some unusual results, such as Arsenal and Newcastle both drawing, which is making picking up these acca bets a little more difficult.

It will be interesting to see how these games go as the teams have not played in Europe since the very start of November and now, over three months later, the form and situation of these teams may well be very different to how it was in the group stages.

I’m quite happy we are back with the European action as I’ve had a good success rate in both these competitions over the last few years and I am hopeful of securing another couple of winners for you over the coming months.

Here’s this week’s set of tips for the Champions League and remember to check back Thursday for my Europa League acca too.

Champions League Acca – 14th & 15th February

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    • Tue - AC Milan v Tottenham Home Win
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    • Tue - Paris St Ger v Bayern Munich Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - B.Dortmund v Chelsea Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Cl.Brugge v Benfica ford Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 14th February

AC Milan v Tottenham Hotspurs – Home Win

Both of these teams have struggled for form of late, with Spurs especially finding it very tough to pick up points and wins away from home. Milan’s form has also not been particularly good and as such both teams sit in fifth place in their respective domestic leagues. Heading into this game, both teams had a solid group stage with Tottenham perhaps being the best of the two, but as things stand it is hard to see how Antonio Conte’s team can turn things around on the back of some poor performances on the road, such as last weekend’s 4-1 defeat at Leicester and as such, I think Milan will win this one with a narrow one-goal victory.

Paris St Germain v Bayern Munich – Home Win

What a game to have as a Round of 16 tie. PSG’s worst fears were realised when, after finishing 2nd in their group to Benfica in as close a finish as it is possible to have, they drew one of the big boys, Bayern Munich in the Round of 16. This game was the final just a few years ago, which Bayern won. In 11 games between the two, there have been no draws, with PSG winning six and Bayern Munich landing five wins. Both teams are top of their respective domestic leagues and both have been in great form in this tournament too. However, I think it is fair to say that both will feel they have not been as strong as they have in previous seasons. This will be very close, but I think that PSG will just edge it to take a narrow lead into the second leg.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 15th February

Borussia Dortmund v Chelsea – Home Win

Two teams in contrasting form meet at Signal Iduna Park on Wednesday night with Dortmund very much in form, while Chelsea have struggled to pick up wins both at home and also on the road of late. That said, Chelsea have spent heavily in the transfer window to try and stop the decline in performance but it is fair to say that as yet, those players have not quite had the immediate impact that Graham Potter would have wanted. Dortmund have England superstar Jude Bellingham in their ranks and his influence on this team is huge and he is likely to be the man that Chelsea will want to watch closely. However, given the form of both these teams at present, it is hard to see past a win for the home side in this one.

Club Brugge v Benfica – Away Win

Club Brugge are now managed by former Fulham and Bournemouth manager Scott Parker and this is going to be a baptism of fire for him against a team that, in my opinion, have been one of the best and most consistent teams in this year’s competition. They edged out PSG for top spot in their group and Benfica also have some fantastic players, although Enzo Fernandez is now at Chelsea. That said, I think man for man, the Portuguese side are much the stronger of the two teams and when you compare their recent league form, which has seen Brugge draw five of their last six games to lie fourth in their domestic league, while Benfica sit atop the Portuguese league, it is hard to make a case for anything other than an away win here.

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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