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Midweek Champs Lge Acca – Wednesday 24th October

Wednesday night’s games in the Champions League sees some massive clashes between some of the giants of European soccer, as well as two key games for both Tottenham and Liverpool in their respective groups too.

Spurs face a win or bust clash against another pointless side in Group B, PSV Eindhoven and with both sides six points adrift of Barcelona and Inter Milan, this game has added importance for both sides, as well as a defeat likely condemning them to not just be eliminated from the Champions League but potentially out of the Europa League too following the New Year.

After a last minute loss in Naples, Liverpool are back at Anfield and take on a Red Star Belgrade team that are embroiled in a match-fixing scandal from their game with PSG. It is a game that the Reds will feel they must win, especially with the Neapolitans, who top the group, facing a tough trip to Paris St Germain on the same night. However, the Reds are such short odds for the win on the night, that I am going to omit them from my selection this week for a better odds selection.

Let’s now take a look at the four games I have put together for my second Champions League accumulator this week.

Wednesday’s Champions League Accumulator – 24/10/2018

    • 5:55
    • PSV Eindhoven v Tottenham - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • B.Dortmund v A.Madrid - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Galatasaray v Schalke 04 - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Paris St. Ger v Napoli - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 24th October

PSV Eindhoven v Tottenham – Away Win

In the context of Group B, this game is absolutely critical with Barcelona and INter both sitting on six points and neither of these teams having a single point. As such, with the Barca-Inter double header over the next two games, only a win will suffice for either Spurs or PSV. My gut reaction here is to say that should suit PSV more, especially if Spurs are still missing Eriksen and Alli from their starting XI, but something tells me that this is when Spurs are going to come good. Harry Kane is in better form and the return of Lloris in goal helps out defensively. I think Moura and Son’s pace on the counter attack could be decisive here, hence I am backing a Spurs win.

Borussia Dortmund v Atletico Madrid – Draw

For me, these are two teams that are definites to quality from Group A after both won their opening two matches. As such, these games will likely decide the winner of the group. It is a match that pits Dortmund’s young, pacy and inventive attack against Atletico’s vastly experienced defence and for me, I think Atletico’s unit is the best. That’s not to say Dortmund won’t breach it, I think they will, but the Spanish have enough knowhow and quality in their side to ensure that they come away from this tricky trip to the Ruhr with at least a point secured, which with the next game to come in Madrid, would be a positive result for the visitors.

Galatasaray v Schalke 04 – Home Win

With Liverpool quoted at 1/25 to win against Red Star Belgrade by some bookies, I am not even going to consider the Reds for my acca this week and instead I’ve gone with Galatasaray to pick up three points against Schalke. The Germans did beat Lokomotiv Moscow in Moscow last time out, but that was a fortuitous win and in general, Schalke’s form this season has been woeful. Galatasaray are always a massive task for anybody to beat on home soil and for me, I would not be surprised if the Turkish side ran out comfortable winners here.

Paris St Germain v Napoli – Home Win

After their late winner over Liverpool, that result moved Napoli top of Group C but they now face an even more difficult task, that of keeping Neymar, Mbappe and Cavani quiet at the Parc des Princes. While Napoli have a decent defence and were tactically excellent against Liverpool, I don’t feel they travel well outside of Italy and PSG have so much attacking quality, as they showed sticking six past Red Star Belgrade in their last Champions League fixture, that they can beat anybody, by any scoreline. I think this is a tough night in store for Napoli here and I am backing PSG to claim a solid victory.


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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