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Midweek Acca Tips – 5th & 6th November 2019

We have another exciting week of games in the Champions League coming up this week as we reach Matchday Four and head into the second half of matches in the Group Stages, which will be completed over the remainder of November and early December.

We didn’t have the best of times in the last set of games in this competition but I think that minor blip was just that and I am confident that in this return set of matches, we should be more on the ball this time around.

Games to look out for include Chelsea’s return game against Ajax after Frank Lampard’s men earned a superb 1-0 win in Amsterdam against the Dutch side, inflicting the first defeat on Ajax since May. Other notable games include Tottenham’s trip to Red Star Belgrade, Manchester City face Atalanta in Italy while Liverpool take on Genk at Anfield.

Will the results of a couple of weeks ago influence how these games turn out? Let’s take a look with my tips for the games this week.

Champions League Accumulator – 5th & 6th November 2019

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    • Tue - Chelsea v Ajax - Draw
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    • Tue - B.Dortmund v Inter - Home Win
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    • Wed - Atalanta v Man City - Away Win
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    • Wed - Bayer Lev v Atletico Madrid - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 5th November

Chelsea v Ajax – Draw

Michy Batshuayi’s late strike handed Chelsea an invaluable win against Ajax in Matchday Three and handed the Dutch side a rare defeat. However, this was a game that was very evenly contested, that ebbed and flowed both ways, and in truth, it was a game that either side could have won, had they been a little more clinical in the final third. Ajax last season often backed up poor home displays with solid wins on the road, as they did against Real Madrid, Juventus and Tottenham last season and I can see them causing Chelsea, who have had their difficulties at home this season, a fair few problems here. Chelsea will need to play well to get something from this game, but I feel Ajax are perhaps even stronger on the road than they are at home and as such, I am backing them for a draw here.

Borussia Dortmund v Inter Milan – Home Win

Inter Milan produced a dominant display in the match between these two teams a couple of weeks ago with goals from Martinez and Candreva giving them a much-needed 2-0 win over an injury-hit Dortmund side. The German side enjoyed more possession in that game at the San Siro, but could not convert that into chances against a well-marshalled Inter defence. However, at their imposing Westfahlenstadion, I expect them to be a much more potent force, especially if they can get back some of the key players missing in Italy. Inter have not travelled well in Europe for some time now and I think it is going to be a very tough task for them to get something from this game. I think it will be close and maybe one goal will decide it, but I do see that goal going to the home team.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 6th November

Atalanta v Manchester City – Away Win

A Raheem Sterling-inspired performance from Manchester City was enough to sweep away Atalanta 5-1 in the game between these two teams a couple of weeks ago; a game which had seen Atalanta take the lead from the penalty spot. After that though, Sterling set up two and scored a hattrick himself in what as an outstanding display from the City wide man. Atalanta have found life in the Champions League incredibly tough thus far, with three heavy defeats in their games played, and I can’t see things getting any better for them here.  I can’t quite see City romping away with it as they did at the Etihad, but I can still see them earning a comfortable victory.

Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid – Away Win

Atletico earned a battling 1-0 win over Leverkusen a fortnight ago in a game that was perhaps far more evenly contested than many suggested. Leverkusen gave as good as they got in that game, but I do think they went into the game at the Wanda Metropolitano looking to secure a point and without a great incentive to attack. I think at home and given they have 0 points so far from their three games, they now have to throw caution to the wind and I think that plays much more into Atletico’s hands. So much so that I am confident the Spaniards will record a more comfortable victory in Germany than they did in Spain a couple of weeks back.

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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