Wednesday’s Champions League tips: Wins for Liverpool, Dortmund and PSG?
Richard Marsh | 24 October 2018
Odds and previews for tonight’s fixtures
The Champions League continues apace tonight, with another evening of quality continental football on the cards.
Tottenham Hotspur seek their first European win of the campaign away at PSV. There’s a full match preview of that one here.
Stay put though, as we bring you the key odds and info for four of tonight’s other heavyweight contests…
Liverpool v Crvena Zvezda
Jurgen Klopp is still battling injury gremlins among his team. There’ll be no Jordan Henderson or Naby Keita at Anfield tonight.
Sadio Mane could return, however. Either way, the Reds should be far too strong for Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) at 1/14 tonight.
Barcelona v Inter Milan
Tottenham have a vested interest in this one. Ideally they want Barcelona to beat Inter home and away.
But Lionel Messi’s absence doesn’t help Spurs or Barca. The Argentine superstar is out with a fractured arm.
Borussia Dortmund v Atletico Madrid
Between them, these two sides have reached the Champions League final three times since 2013, and so far they are dominating Group A, with six points apiece.
This should be a fascinating encounter. Lucien Favre’s Dortmund have been a free-scoring joy this term, netting 35 goals in their 10 games.
Paco Alcacer can’t stop scoring this season, and sits alongside Antoine Griezmann as 9/2 favourite to score first.
Paris Saint-Germain v Napoli
As with Spurs having eyes on Barcelona v Inter, so might Liverpool be keeping tabs on PSG’s home game with Napoli.
Group C is wide open following Liverpool’s loss in Naples, but the Italian side have only won two of their last eight away games in the competition.
Can the Serie A outfit stop Neymar and Kylian Mbappe? The duo share 7/2 favouritism to score first tonight, with the latter already netting 11 times in just eight games this term.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing