Chelsea, Real Madrid and Wigan in Coral enhanced multiple special
Go with Coral, who offer fantastic odds of 6/1, for Chelsea to beat PSG at home, Real Madrid to see off Borussia Dortmund on the road and Wigan to win their Championship match with second-bottom side Millwall at the DW Stadium. The victories must all be in 90 minutes.
Chelsea v PSG
Chelsea (22/1 to win the Champions League) suffered a surprising 3-1 defeat at the Parc des Princes in their first leg match, and Jose Mourinho’s men will be spurred on to make amends on a Zlatan Ibrahimovic-less PSG side. Back them odds-on at 5/6 for victory in 90 minutes, or 3/1 to qualify to the semi-finals.
The big Swede, who is the club’s top-scorer and second in the competition’s Golden Boot challenge this season, will miss this match at Stamford Bridge through injury, giving the Blues more freedom to concentrate on their game. Chelsea have won their last six at home in all competitions, so back them again in this crucial battle.
Eden Hazard got the only goal in the first leg for the Blues, and you can back him at 7/4 to net again anytime. Coral also offer a special of both the Belgian and Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema to score in their respective matches at an amazing 7/1.
Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid
Real have won their last two matches against Dortmund, and are priced at 11/10 to do so in 90 minutes again.
The competition’s second-favourites (9/4) have been in fine form in the Champions League this term, with eight victories and a draw in their nine games, and Coral have already stopped the betting for the Spanish giants to qualify for the last four.
Cristiano Ronaldo is an injury doubt but, if fit to play, can be backed odds-on at 8/11 to score anytime and add to his incredible tally of 14 goals in eight appearances in this season’s tournament. Gareth Bale, meanwhile, who has five in eight, and three in his last two La Liga games is a good shout at 7/4 to net anytime.
Wigan v Millwall
Wigan are now virtually assured of a play-off place in the Championship (9/4 to get promoted), as they are nine points ahead of Nottingham Forest – who are seventh – with six games of the normal season to go. They face a declining Millwall who have just one win in their last six.
FA Cup holders Wigan (and 8/1 chances this term) are on a fantastic run in all competitions, having lost just once in 14 matches, and are odds-on at 4/7 for victory.
The Latics’ top-scorer Nick Powell – on loan from Manchester United – who has 12 goals in all competitions this season so far is priced at evens to net again anytime, or 5/1 to bag a brace or better.