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Barcelona, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, PSG a tempting 10/3 CL acca

Want to make this Champions League Tuesday interesting? Coral have a hugely tempting bet for you. Back wins for individual odds-on favourites Barcelona, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and PSG all to win, and receive a massive boosted price of 10/3.

Barca battle Ajax, Jose Mourinho’s men host Slovenian side Maribor, Bayern are at Roma, PSG travel to Cypriot team APOEL Nicosia. Here are some other reasons why you should pile money on this acca.

Barcelona v Ajax
When Barca welcomed Amstersdam outfit Ajax to the Nou Camp last term, Lionel Messi hit a hat-trick. He is 8/1 for a repeat performance, and Luis Enrique’s Catalan giants are massively odds-on at 1/7 to win again. Another 4-0 home win must be considered at 15/2.

Chelsea v Maribor
The Blues are unbeaten at home this term, and so Mourinho’s side enjoy a strong odds-on 1/6 status as favourites for victory against this Eastern European opposition. Loic Remy will deputise for Diego Costa up front for Chelsea, and is odds-on at 8/13 to take up the scoring quest by netting anytime.

Roma v Bayern Munich
German giants Munich have won two of their last three European meetings with the Giallorossi, plus they poached star centre back Mehdi Benatia from them this summer, so that’s why they’re odds-on 19/20 favourites for three points in the Eternal City. Bayern forward Thomas Muller has averaged one in two (five in 10) across all competitions this term so far, and can boast a goal against Roma before on his CV. He is a tempting 9/5 to net anytime in this encounter.

APOEL Nicosia v PSG
These sides have never met before, but Laurent Blanc’s boys have far greater resources at their disposal and their wealth of talent makes them worthy odds-on 8/15 favourites to win in Cyprus. APOEL Nicosia are winless in Group F and now face formidable Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, who has 10 Champions League goals in 18 games, and is 6/5 to add to that impressive record anytime. Brazil and fromer Chelsea defender David Luiz, meanwhile, is a tempting 5/1 in that market, having scored against Barcelona.