Daily Acca Tips: Barcelona, Juventus and Wigan get the nod

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Wednesday night brings the final two Champions League last-16 ties, as well as plenty other exciting football fixtures.

As well as the Champions League, there’s action in League One,  Ladbrokes League 1 and Serie A.

The Coral News Team have tipped five sides for victory tonight, starting in Istanbul…

Bayern Munich – 8/15

Bayern swatted Besiktas aside during their 5-0 win at home last month. They’ve scored 15 goals and conceded none in their last four games.

Trips to Turkey can be tough, but the Bundesliga champions have more than enough quality to come out on top.

Juventus – 4/9

Juventus can take a big step towards a seventh-straight Serie A title at home against Atalanta. They’re currently a point ahead of Napoli, having played a game less.

Juve are in ominous form now. As good as Maurizio Sarri’s side have been this term, it’s hard to see them closing a four-point gap on the Old Lady.

Barcelona – 2/5

Barcelona’s tie with Chelsea is finely poised after a 1-1 draw in the first leg. But the La Liga leaders are clear favourites to make it to the quarter-finals.

Real Madrid are the only away side to leave Camp Nou with a win this term. Chelsea don’t look likely to become the second, having won just one of their last four outings.

Wigan Athletic – 17/20

After two consecutive draws, Wigan will look to get back to winning ways against Bradford City.

The odds suggest that the Latics won’t have too many problems in West Yorkshire. A win would take them up to second in League One, five points off the top, with three games in hand.

Ayr United and Both Sides to Score13/5

There’s only be one place between Ayr and Arbroath in Ladbrokes League One, with the two sides in second and third respectively.

But Ayr are 12 points above their opponents tonight. An away win would see them climb top of the division. Both sides have scored in the last six meetings between these clubs.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing