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Midweek Acca Tips: 26th & 27th November 2019

The Champions League is back this week with the fifth round of fixtures in the Group Stages and there are a number of issues that could well be settled this week across the 16 matches taking place across Europe in each of the eight groups.

The likes of Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham could all clinch their place in the next round of the competition if they can pick up wins this week, joining the likes of  Juventus, Paris St Germain and Bayern Munich, who all have already qualified for the Round of 16 in the New Year.

We’ve had a mixed bag when it comes to accumulators in the Champions League this season, some weeks have been well off the mark but others have been so close but I am confident that this weeks selection of games, offers us a very good chance at a decent return.

Admittedly, it may not be the biggest odds accumulator you will find, but I think that the four selections below offer us a great chance of success and a positive return.

Champions League Accumulator – 26th & 27th November 2019

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    • Tue - Juventus v A.Madrid - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - R.Madrid v PSG - Home Win
    • 5:55
    • Wed - Valencia v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Liverpool v Napoli - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 26th November

Juventus v Atletico Madrid – Home Win

Juventus should have won the first game between these two teams in Spain as they let slip a 2-0 lead in the last 20 minutes to hand Atletico a somewhat fortuitous draw. Atletico’s record in Italy against the Old Lady however isn’t great. In three games in Italy they have drawn once and lost the other two and they are yet to even score a goal on the road against Juventus. The Italian side are atop Serie A once again and although they have had some fitness and attitude issues with Cristiano Ronaldo of late, it seems the Portuguese star will be back to be Atletico’s chief tormentor once again. Atletico are a good side and solid defensively, but Ronaldo has the indian sign over them and I can see him being the difference between the teams once again in this game.

Real Madrid v Paris St Germain – Home Win

In the first game between these two teams, Paris St Germain ran out very comfortable 3-0 winners in Paris, in a game that pur Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane under real pressure, such was the lacklustre effort shown by his team. PSG went on from that win to win all four of their games without conceding a goal and while Real have bounced back, they are still well off the pace of PSG at the top of their group. That said, this is PSG’s first real test on the road in Europe this season and that is a test that they have been found wanting on on a number of occasions in recent times. As such, with Real now in better form, I think home advantage will be crucial here and I am backing Real to snatch a narrow win to ensure they reach the Round of 16 in the New Year.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 27th November

Valencia v Chelsea – Away Win

Valencia may have won the game at Stamford Bridge on Matchday 1 between these teams but I feel Chelsea were a little naive in that game, and they also did miss a penalty. Since then, Chelsea have grown into a very adept performer, picking up four points against Ajax and a win in Lille to put themselves back in contention in the group. This is a crucial game though and if either team wins it, then they will go through. Valencia don’t score too many goals in Europe against the top sides and I think Chelsea’s pace on the counter attack will be crucial here. I am backing the London side to gain revenge for their opening night loss with a win at the Mestalla.

Liverpool v Napoli – Home Win

A win for Liverpool would not only assure them of a place in the Round of 16 after Christmas, but would also see them secure top spot in the group and, potentially, an easier team in that draw. Napoli are the only team to beat the Reds so far this season however and Carlo Ancelotti’s team were only narrowly beaten 1-0 when the teams met in the same competition at Anfield last season. Napoli only need one win from their last two games to ensure they reach the next stage of the competition and in truth, I think that is far more likely to come at home to Genk in the next round. Liverpool will want this group done and dusted before their trip to Salzburg on Matchday 6, so they can rest players in that game ahead of a very busy period. Hence I am expecting a big performance and a win for the Reds 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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