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Tuesday’s Champions League Accumulator: 27th November

This Tuesday sees Groups E to H play their penultimate game in the Champions League Group Stages and there is plenty up for grabs in each of the groups.

While some teams are jockeying for top position in the group, others are still holding out hope of moving up from third, or even fourth, into the top two over the last two fixtures in order to claim a spot in the Knockout Round in the New Year.

There’s also the teams at the foot of the table trying to ensure at least a third place finish to qualify for the Europa League knockout stage in the New Year.

Big games tonight include Manchester City’s trip to Lyon as two in-form teams clash at the Groupama Stadium. Juventus face Valencia, while there’s another big Italy v Spain clash at the Stadio Olympico where in form Roma face Real Madrid.

Remember to check back for our acca tip on tomorrow night’s Champions League action too, when Liverpool and Tottenham will be in action, plus there’s also Thursday’s Europa League acca to look forward to before the weekend.

Here’s my tips for Tuesday Night’s Champions League action.

Champions League Acca – 27/11/2018

    • 5:55
    • AEK Athens v Ajax - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Hoffenheim v S.Donetsk - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Lyon v Man City - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Roma v Real Madrid - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 27th November

AEK Athens v Ajax – Away Win

Ajax have been the dark horses in this group. Bayern Munich may top the group, but the Dutch side has already held Bayern in Germany and will feel confident they can spring a surprise on home soil. For that game to matter, it’s likely they’ll need to win here against an AEK Athens side who have been a little out of their depth in the group. The Greek side are not a bad time as such, but they are certainly inferior to the three big European teams also in this section. They are stronger at home though, so Ajax won’t have it all their own way, but I do feel the Dutch side will do enough to get the three points.

Hoffenheim v Shakhtar Donetsk – Home Win

The result of this game will go a long way to clarifying the situation in the group with Man City and Lyon in. In truth, a draw is no use to either side and would make progress from the group very difficult. As such, I am expecting both sides to go for the win and for there to be goals in the game as most games in this group have ended up with a fair few goals scored in them. Hoffenheim are an attack-minded side, while Donetsk’s strength lies in attack. These teams shared an attacking draw in the Ukraine but I feel home advantage just shades this game in favour of the home side.

Lyon v Manchester City – Away Win

Lyon defeated Manchester City in the opening game of this group in Manchester, but that game saw Pep Guardiola banished to the stand and I think the Spaniard was sorely missed by his players. Lyon have drawn three in a row in this group since that game and while they are tough to beat and have some talented players, Nabil Fekir being their standout player, City are just steam-rollering most opponents at the moment. Having stuck six past Shakhtar in their last game, City should be confident of qualifying as the group winners by winning this game in France.

AS Roma v Real Madrid – Home Win

These two teams met in the opening game in the group and Real Madrid strolled to a 3-0 win. Roma though have been far more impressive of the two since with three wins in a row to move them level on points with Real, who have also seen their form improve since Santiago Solari came in as manager in place of Julen Lopetegui. Real are the heavy favourites with the bookmakers, but I cannot really see why as Roma’s home form is superb in Europe, remember, they beat Barcelona 3-0 in the Stadio Olympico last season to reach the final. This will be close but I am backing Roma to get the job done and spring a surprise (to some) here.

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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