Tuesday’s Champions League acca returns more than £137 from a £5 stake
Four-fold led by a potentially big win
Matchday three of this year’s Champions League looks an absolute cracker with a number of huge fixtures to look forward to.
Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are all in action on Tuesday and feature heavily in this four-fold accumulator.
A £5 bet could return £137.95 if all four selected teams secure three points. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Tottenham to beat Real Madrid
Tuesday’s acca kicks off with a big call but the Coral News Team is confident Spurs can do a number on Real Madrid.
Los Galacticos have not been at their swaggering best so far this season. They have been winning games, but squeaking by, rather than pole-axing sides.
Their late 2-1 win at Getafe on Saturday was another prime example. Spurs have been in superb form of late, winning their last five-in-a-row.
Mauricio Pochettino’s team are 6/1 to win and that’s just far too big for a quality side, even at Santiago Bernabeu.
Man City to beat Napoli
On a UCL scale of quality, it’s difficult to know where both of these sides lie. But if their domestic form is anything to go by, this should be a cracker.
Man City are going for a tenth win in a row in all compeititons. Pep Guardiola’s side have scored a remarkable 34 goals in their last nine games.
Napoli lead Serie A and are in a rich vein of form themselves, but tend to fare much better at San Paolo rather than on the road. Partenopei lost at Shakhtar in the previous round.
City should be too good here and are the second selection at 4/7.
Liverpool to beat Maribor
Despite a run of just one win in eight games in all competitions, Liverpool should have enough to get a win against Maribor.
The Reds have been profligate in front of goal in recent games, but still play some superb football. Barring Sadio Mane and Adam Lallana, Jurgen Klopp can call upon a full squad.
Maribor have not won any of their seven home matches in the UCL and will more than likely finish bottom of the group.
At 1/6, Liverpool are a little short but are good enough to get over the line.
Shakhtar Donetsk to beat Feyenoord
Man City were expected to blow Shakhtar away in the group opener but the Ukrainians put in an impressive performance despite losing.
Paulo Fonseca’s side beat Napoli at home on matchday two and will be confident of a win against Feyenoord.
The Eredivisie champions have been the whipping boys of the group so far, with a 4-0 defeat to City followed by a 3-1 loss at Napoli.
The 23/20 on Shakhtar to win here is too good to turn down.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing