Tuesday Uefa Champions League Multiple & Value Bets
By BET Contributor
Europe’s most prized competition returns in the form of the UEFA Champions League in midweek with three rounds of football already behind us.
In fact, this week’s matches are a repeat of the last round with those who played at home, now playing on the road against the same opposition they squared up against in Matchday Four. As usual, we’ll be taking you through 10 games worth adding to your midweek bet slip.
19:55 – Rennes v Chelsea
Rennes will be hoping for a much more improved performance against Chelsea this time around after being so easily beaten in London, losing 3-0. Just like the reverse tie, Rennes come into this game with a few key injuries, although the French side will welcome back Eduardo Camavinga, who missed Rennes’ last UCL game.
Chelsea have looked superb in recent weeks and are unbeaten in their last nine matches across all competitions. Much of their improvements are down to former Rennes shot-stopper, Edouard Mendy, while Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham have looked like a fearsome front trio.
22:00 – Manchester United v Istanbul Basaksehir
Istanbul Basaksehir produced one of the biggest shocks of the UEFA Champions League when they beat Manchester United 2-1 in Turkey last time. Despite their well-deserved result over the Red Devils, they remain bottom in Group H, while United’s lead in the group remained intact. United have won back-to-back games against Everton and West Brom since that defeat in Turkey. while they also had an international break in between to reflect on their wrongdoings.
22:00 – Paris Saint-Germain v RB Leipzig
RB Leipzig got some revenge over PSG, who knocked them out of the semi-finals of the UCL last season, beating the French champions 2-1 last time out in Germany. With the amount of attacking quality on show between these two sides, goals are a certainty, and with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar returning to the squad, the hosts will be fancying their chances.
22:00 – Dortmund v Club Brugge
Dortmund moved to the top of Group F after their emphatic 3-0 victory away to Club Brugge. That result means they tool six points from their opening two matches. Erling Haaland’s brace in that tie took his goal tally to four this term. The Norwegian striker, who recently claimed the 2020 Golden Boy award, has scored in every single fixture in the Champions League so far this season and you certainly can’t back against him scoring once again.
22:00 – Dynamo Kyiv v Barcelona
Barcelona seem like they have a point to prove all over again after yet another slump over the weekend. Barca have been a shadow of their usual self after winning just one of their last six domestic league fixtures. In the UCL, though, Barca have won all three of their encounters, including a 2-1 win over Dynamo Kyiv last time. Barcelona have been struck with plenty of key injuries, most notably to Gerard Pique, Ansu Fati, Sergi Roberto and Sergio Busquets, therefore, Kyiv will fancy their chances of upsetting the Spanish giants.