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Tuesday’s Footy Acca – Tuesday 19th February

It’s back to the Champions League and Championship action this Tuesday as we have once again put together another treble from the two Champions League Round of 16 ties being played tonight, plus the single Championship game.

I’m writing this article a little earlier than usual as I am going to be busy for large parts of next week, so I am hopeful that we have celebrated another winner over the weekend after not hitting the mark with my midweek tips last week.

This time around we have action from Anfield as Liverpool take on Bayern Munich in what is one of the ties of the round and which promises to be a huge test for both teams. There’s also action from France where Lyon, who defeated Manchester City in the tournament earlier in the season, now test their mettle against the current Spanish La Liga leaders, the freescoring Barcelona.

The final game to cap off the treble is an interesting Championship match between Queens Park Rangers, now under the managership of ex-England boss Steve McLaren and Darren Moore’s promotion-chasing West Bromwich Albion side in a game that both sides will be desperate to win.

So without any further ado, let’s take a look at how we see this little treble going.

Tuesday’s Football Accumulator – 19/02/2019

    • 7:45
    • Q.P.R v W.B.A- Draw
    • 8:00
    • Liverpool v Bayern Munich - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Lyon v Barcelona - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 19th February

Q.P.R v W.B.A – Draw

These sides are at opposite ends of the table, with QPR hoping to push on towards the playoffs, though unlikely to given their recent form, while West Brom are in the playoff positions and hoping to land one of the two automatic promotion spots. Both sides form of late hasn’t been particularly great and QPR have been conceding a fair few goals at home of late, Birmingham rattled four past them in their last home game and that was before half time, before QPR missed a penalty late on to tie the game at 4-4 after a fine second half comeback. I think West Brom are a better side than Birmingham though and while I can’t see as many goals being scored in this game, I do feel that it has the hallmarks of being another even contest and one which I think is most likely to end up as a score draw.

Liverpool v Bayern Munich – Home Win

These teams have met seven times previously, four of which have ended in draws with two wins for Liverpool and one for Bayern Munich. However they have not met since 2001, when Liverpool won the Super Cup 3-2 in Monaco. Anfield will be packed for one of its special European nights and with the Reds in solid form at home, it is hard to see them losing this game. Bayern though are unbeaten in 13 and have won all of their last eight, but they have also shown some frailties this season that were not evident in the past. They struggled against Ajax in the group stage and I feel this could be a big task for them. I don’t expect many goals here but I am of the opinion that it will be the home side that come out on top and take a narrow lead into the away leg in three weeks time.

Lyon v Barcelona – Away Win

Lyon have been one of the more entertaining teams to watch in the Champions League this season, scoring plenty of goals but also conceding a fair few too. Barcelona are always a team that scores lots of goals as their 60 in La Liga already this season can attest to and with Lionel Messi now getting back to full fitness, they should be at their attacking best for this game. They may need to be as this Lyon team defeated PSG for the first time in Ligue 1 this season a couple of weeks back and they have shown they have the stomach for the fight, having already defeated Manchester City in the competition in September. That said, Barcelona are Barcelona and when you have players like Messi, Suarez, Coutiho and Dembele in your team, the rules don’t tend to apply. I can see lots of goals in this one but I think Barcelona will, just about, come away with a narrow lead to take back to the Nou Camp.

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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