Wednesday’s Champions League tips: Liverpool and Napoli to split the points?
Daniel Anwar | 3 October 2018
Odds for tonight’s European ties
There’s more Champions League football to enjoy tonight, with Tottenham Hotspur against Barcelona arguably the pick of the fixtures.
The Coral News Team have previewed that game in full, and they’ve got tips for the best of the action elsewhere right here…
Liverpool are in the middle of a brutal schedule. They’ve failed to beat Chelsea twice in the last week, and they face Manchester City on Sunday after taking on Napoli tonight.
Napoli are still adjusting to life under Carlo Ancelotti, but they can’t afford a bad result here. They only managed a disappointing 0-0 draw against Crvena Zvezda in their group opener.
With neither side at their best, it’s shaping up to be a tense affair in Naples with little to split them.
Dortmund have made a superb start to the season under Lucien Favre. They’re top of the Bundesliga and the only side yet to be beaten. The same can’t be said for Monaco, who are languishing down in 18th in Ligue 1.
The hosts have scored at least three goals in each of their home games so far this term. With Marco Reus, Paco Alcacer and Jadon Sancho in red-hot form, they should have enough firepower to win comfortably here.
After a slow start to the season, Atletico are starting to look like their usual selves again. Diego Simeone’s side have only conceded one goal in their previous four games. And they’ve kept 10 clean sheets in their last 14 Champions League games at home.
Brugge haven’t won any of their last 11 games in this competition proper. They’re very unlikely to end that miserable streak in the Spanish capital tonight.
Inter have hit their stride after coming from behind to beat Spurs in the opening group game. They’ve racked up three straight wins since.
PSV have also won all three of their games since losing to Barcelona, but Inter’s quality should make the difference. They can’t afford to underestimate PSV, but Luciano Spaletti can call on the likes of Mauri Icardi, Radja Nainggolan and Ivan Perisic in attacking areas.
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