Champions League Tips: Liverpool, Atletico and PSG to get crucial wins?
Daniel Anwar | 11 December 2018
Odds and preview for tonight’s European ties
There are huge games all across the continent tonight as we enter the final round of Champions League group stage fixtures.
We’ve got a full preview of Tottenham Hotspur’s crucial game against Barcelona, with the best of the rest coming up right here…
Liverpool v Napoli
Nothing less than a win will do here for Liverpool. And Mohamed Salah may have timed his return to last season’s stunning form perfectly.
Jurgen Klopp’s side haven’t lost at home in the Champions League since the Brendan Rodgers era. Napoli haven’t won any of their last five away games in the competition. The Reds are 8/13 favourites in this one.
It’s also 17/2 for a 1-0 home win or 8/5 for Liverpool on the -1 Handicap, either of which would ensure they go through.
After bagging a hat-trick last weekend, Salah is 5/2 to get two or more goals here.
Crvena Zvezda v Paris Saint-Germain
PSG will seal their place in the knockout stages with a 1/6 win over Crvena Zvezda.
The odds suggest this will be a stroll for the French champions, but the hosts haven’t lost at home since Arsenal visited last October.
PSG have also kept just two clean sheets in their previous 12 European away trips. We go 2/1 for PSG and BTTS.
Neymar inspired PSG’s win over Liverpool in Gameweek 5. He’s 8/11 to get a goal here too.
Club Brugge v Atletico Madrid
Club Brugge are unbeaten in three CL games, but it’s hard to see them picking up anything here. Atletico are 4/6 favourites to seal top spot in Group A with three points.
Diego Simeone’s side are starting to get into the groove. They’ve only conceded once in their last four outings. There’s 31/20 about an away Win to Nil.
Nikola Kalinic has had a run in the side to cover for Diego Costa’s injury. He’s bagged two goals in two appearances and is 9/5 to keep his hot streak going.
Monaco v Borussia Dortmund
Monaco picked up a much-needed win away to Amiens at the weekend, but Dortmund may be too good for Thierry Henry’s struggling side.
Dortmund need to win to have any chance of finishing above Atleti. They’re odds-on at 4/6 to do their part.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing