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Midweek Acca Tip – 10th & 11th December 2019

This week sees the final round of games in the Champions League taking place across Europe on Tuesday and Wednesday night and we have gone through the list of games taking place to come up with this rather tasty little fourfold accumulator using matches from both nights.

Liverpool kick things off with a very tricky trip to Salzburg to take on the Red Bull team that gave them a real fright an Anfield. The home side have scored plenty of goals in the Champions League this season, but the Champions should be confident of picking up the point they need to ensure qualification, but they will want to win to qualify as group winners

Chelsea should make light work of Lille in their game on Tuesday and with Tottenham already qualified, I can see them playing a below strength team away to Bayern Munich in what is a dead rubber for these two teams. Man City’s trip to Zagreb is also one City can rest players for having already assured themselves of a place in the next round.

With that in mind, I have gone for the game where I feel things should be a bit more even, plus a clash between Italian and Spanish giants that could be a cracker in the San Siro. Here are my tips for this week’s Champions League accumulator.

Champions League Accumulator – 11th & 12th December

    • 5:55
    • Tue - R.B.Salzburg v Liverpool - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Benfica v Zenit St.P - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Inter v Barcelona - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Cl.Brugge v R.Madrid - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 11th December

Red Bull Salzburg v Liverpool – Away Win 

Ideally, Jurgen Klopp would have wanted to have qualification and top place in Group E sewn up by now, but a home draw with Napoli means that Liverpool need to get a result in Austria or face the prospect of being eliminated from the tournament. A draw or win would be enough for Liverpool to qualify, but only a win guarantees them top spot in the group, with Napoli likely to beat Genk in the other game this evening. Salzburg caused Liverpool plenty of problems at Anfield and they score plenty of goals, but defensively they are weak and Liverpool could take advantage of this. With Alisson back, he will be needed in this game and while I feel Salzburg will score, I think the visitors will show their class and emerge with the win.

Benfica v Zenit St Petersburg  – Home Win

Benfica cannot make it through Group G but Zenit still have plenty to play for as they need to beat Benfica and hope that Lyon fail to beat Leipzig in their game, or they can qualify if both matches are drawn as they have a better head to head record against Lyon. Benfica may not have much to play for here, but they are a decent side at home and in truth they have underperformed in this competition. They do strike me as a team that can thrive more when the pressure is off and with all the pressure on Zenit, on the road, I can see them cracking here and Benfica doing Lyon a big favour and claiming the win.

Inter Milan v Barcelona – Draw

Things are very tasty in Group F and while Barcelona are already confirmed as through (and could rest a couple of players for this game), Inter need to beat Barcelona to progress into the next phase for certain, although if they end up level on points with Dortmund after the final games, Inter would progress due to a better head to head goal difference with the German team. With Dortmund likely to beat Slavia at home that means essentially Inter need a win here and while they are at home, they are facing a Barcelona side playing without pressure and with some of the world’s best players. As such, I think it could be heartache for Inter here with Barcelona pinching a late draw.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 12th December

Club Bruges v Real Madrid – Away Win

I’ll be honest and say that normally I would not have bothered with this fixture as it is very much a dead rubber. PSG have won Group A and Real Madrid are going to finish second. The only thing to decide is who finishes third between Club Brugge and Galatasaray. As such, I can see Brugge being up for this, but I also feel that after a draw between the teams in Madrid, and the fact Zidane is under real pressure as manager to deliver better results, Real cannot afford to just play this game out. As such, I think they will go for the win here and I can see them achieving that.

Dean Wyatt

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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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