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Wednesday’s Champions League Accumulator – 7th November

I am hopeful that Tuesday night’s Champions League accumulator has hit the mark and landed me another acca win, but if not then I have gone through Wednesday night’s fixtures below in the hope of landing another winner.

Tonight sees some tough games including Manchester United facing a very tricky trip to Italy to face an in-form Juventus side who can not only clinch qualification, but win their group with a win over United this evening. Man City meanwhile host Shakhtar Donetsk, just a couple of weeks after defeating the Ukrainian side.

The odds on City are so short though, that I am overlooking them for my accumulator this week as they don’t add any value to the bet.

Other big games include Lyon taking on Hoffenheim in the other game in Man City’s group in what could be a crucial game in deciding who qualifies from that group along with Manchester City, while Real Madrid, the holders, face a tricky trip to a Plzen side that they only just beat 2-1 on home soil.

The odds on the games on Wednesday night are not quite as appealing as on the games on Tuesday, so I am not expecting this accumulator to be quite as long odds as last night’s games, but hopefully it will still stand an equally good chance, if not better, of hitting the mark.

Here’s my acca tips for Wednesday’s Champions League games.

Champions League Acca – 7/11/2018

    • 5:55
    • CSKA Moscow v Roma - Draw
    • 5:55
    • Valencia v Young Boys - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Juventus v Man Utd - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Lyon v Hoffenheim - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 7th November

CSKA Moscow v AS Roma – Draw

CSKA may have landed a win over Real Madrid in this competition but I still feel that they are going to struggle to earn a qualifying spot, especially with AS Roma finding their form in the competition over the last couple of games. The Italian side may be struggling a little domestically, but they have hit strong form in Europe and I think they have every opportunity to push that advantage home on the road here. CSKA will feel if they can beat Real Madrid, they can beat anybody on home soil, but that was a poor Madrid side and I think Roma may be a much sterner prospect, hence I am backing the Italian side to claim a point here from this tricky trip.

Valencia v Young Boys – Home Win

Having played well to earn a draw at Old Trafford, I think Valencia will view their draw away to Young Boys last time out as two points dropped rather than a point gained. Even so, if they win this home game against the Swiss side then they are very much in the competition, with a home game against United and a trip to Italy still to go. Young Boys are the whipping boys of the group despite dominating domestically in Switzerland, but I feel that Valencia’s lack of goals could hurt their chances here. Young Boys will be hoping another 0-0 is on the cards and they will set up to get that, but I think Valencia will score just the once to claim an important win.

Juventus v Manchester United – Home Win

After dominating the game between the two teams a few weeks ago, Juventus will be confident of landing another win over Manchester United on home soil. The game at Old Trafford may have sounded close, ending in a 1-0 win for Juventus, but in truth the Italians were far the better side and should have won more convincingly. In front of their home fans, that dominance could well make this a very difficult game for United, who have won their last two Premier League games, but have done so unconvincingly and they still look nowhere near as strong a team as the Italian side. This should be a strong home win for Juventus.

Lyon v Hoffenheim – Home Win

This could be a pivotal game in deciding who along with Man City and Shakhtar Donetsk, make it out of the group. The teams shared six goals in a 3-3 thriller in Germany a couple of weeks ago, with a last gasp equaliser for the home side denying Lyon a second away win in the competition. Oddly enough the French side have looked more susceptible at home, coming from 2-0 down to draw with Shakhtar and in Hoffenheim, they face another tricky task against a side who will counter attack them hard and with pace.  I can see plenty of goals again in this game but this time I am backing Lyon to hand on for the win.

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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