UEFA Champions League Sports Betting Tips and Preview

UEFA Champions League Sports Betting Tips and Preview

It is our first midweek BetBigaWinBiga sports betting tips as we take a look at this week’s Champions League action. Four mouth watering games amounting to a total of 6 odds presents you another chance to bet responsibly and earn some winnings.

Bayern Munich vs PSG – Mbappe anytime goalscorer

This fixture would be a repeat of last season’s Champions League final in which the Germans ran out winners by a lone goal.

Bayern will be without the red hot Robert Lewandowski after picking up an injury that will keep him out of action for a month on international duty. PSG on the other hand will be boosted by the return of Neymar who alongside Mbappe will look to run riot against the Bavarians.

As the away team, Pochettino’s men will look to hit Bayern on the counter with the pace of Neymar and Mbappe like they did against Barcelona with the Frenchman scoring a hat trick at the Nou Camp and another in Paris as the La Liga giants fell 5-2 on aggregate.

In addition to that Mbappe will be looking to banish the ghost of last season’s UCL final where he was quite profligate in front of goal and cost his team a real chance at their most coveted trophy. So our pick would be Kylian Mbappe anytime goalscorer.

Man City vs Borussia Dortmund – City to win & Over 1.5

With the Premier League title looking wrapped up, Pep Guardiola has his sight set on winning the first UCL trophy for Manchester City. 

Both teams come into this encounter on completely different form with City sparkling and scaling through every test presented to them while Dortmund have struggled both in Europe and in the league with Working Haaland’s goalscoring form the only bright spark in the side.

While City demolished Monchengladbach 4-0 on aggregate in their last 16 tie, Dortmund barely squeezed past Sevilla to progress. In the league, City have won all their last five games scoring 14 and letting in just two. For Dortmund, it’s been struggles all through with one win in their last four.

Lastly City have an impeccable defensive record with only one goal conceded in all eight UCL games this season.

Real Madrid vs Liverpool – Over 1.5

Again a repeat of another recent UCL final, this time, the 2018 final which saw Liverpool lose key man, No Salah to an arm injury caused by Sergio Ramos who is unavailable for both legs of this one due to injury.

Irrespective of domestic form, both teams have been brilliant in Europe this term so this is going to be an exciting fixture and a tight one to call. However, what we do know is that there would be goals with both sides scoring four goals in the last round to qualify.

Both Liverpool and Madrid have scored at least one goal in every UCL game this season except one and would be looking to do same tonight.

Porto vs Chelsea – Chelsea double chance & Under 3.5

Despite dumping Juventus out of the competition on away goals rule, Porto come into this encounter as the underdogs especially with the absence of two key players, striker Mehdi Taremi and midfield maestro, Sergio Oliveira due to suspension.

Chelsea enter this one as a wounded lion with their first defeat under Tuchel at the weekend and both teams will look to be more organised defensively especially Porto who lack firepower with the absence of their highest goalscorers.

It is also important to note that Porto have zero wins in their last eight meetings with Chelsea and only one win in their last six quarter final appearances.

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