Midweek Betting Tips: Three Top Predictions for Champions League

The UEFA Champions League resumes this week with most teams ready to grab their 3 points and get on the path to the next stage of the competition.

This week, the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, and Real Madrid will have some exciting matches which football lovers will be interested in watching. 

Atalanta vs Liverpool

Atalanta  3.05 | Draw 4.00 |  Liverpool | 2.16

Kickoff: 3rd November 2020, 8:00pm (GMT)

 Liverpool will be playing Serie A side Atalanta tonight in this week’s UCL fixtures.

Liverpool will be looking to make a win to move one step closer towards securing a spot in the knockout round.

Our Tip: Atalanta to score over 3.5 goals @1.84 

This is the first time Atalanta and Liverpool will be meeting since the UCL started. Currently, both teams occupy the top two spots in Group D. 

The reds currently have six points after winning against Ajax and Midtjylland in their Group D. A win from today’s match will guarantee their qualification to the next round.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have managed a win in each of their last four games, including two in Europe and a late 2-1 winner against an in-form West Ham at Anfield over the weekend.

Tip: Liverpool to score in first half @2.14

Atalanta on the other hand have continued to perform under Gian Piero Gasperini. Currently they are second in Serie A after edging out Crotone on Saturday, while the Italians sit just two points below Liverpool in Group D, and will be confident of leapfrogging the English champions.

Real Madrid vs Inter Milan

Real Madrid  1.85 | Draw 4.21 |  Inter Milan | 4.15

Kickoff: 3rd November 2020, 8:00pm (GMT)

Real Madrid will be hosting Italian side Inter Milan in their midweek UCL encounter at Estadio Alfredo di Stefan in Group B match. 

The Spanish side will be looking for their first Champions League victory this season in their match against Inter Milan.

Our Tip: Real Madrid to score in the first half @2.61 

Real Madrid have only picked up one point from their two matches against Shakhtar Donetsk and Borussia Monchengladbach to sit bottom of the section, while Inter have drawn their two games to occupy third.

Zinedine Zidane’s side have met Inter Milan nine times with Antonio Conte’s side winning five games, losing three and a draw. 

The two clubs last played each other in 1998/99 season in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. Inter Milan beat Real Madrid 3-1 courtesy of a brace from legendary attacker Roberto Baggio and a goal from Chilean striker Ivan Zamorano.

Tip: Inter Milan to score under 0.5 goals @2.01

Both Real Madrid and Inter Milan are still expected to qualify for the knockout stages and, given how close the group is, this meeting could go a long way to decide who finishes top.

Manchester City vs Olympiacos

Manchester City 1.22 | Draw 6.80 |  Olympiacos | 13.50

Kickoff: 3rd November 2020, 8:00pm (GMT)

Manchester City will host Olympiacos in the Champions League tonight as Pep Guardiola’s side aim to continue their perfect start to their European campaign.

The English side recently won against Porto at the Etihad Stadium in their tournament before defeating Marseille 3-0 in France, while Olympiacos have won one and lost one so far in the group stage.

Our Tip: Olympiacos to score under 3.5 goals @1.67

The Greek club saw off Marseille 1-0 at home in their first fixture of this season’s Champions League but were beaten 2-0 by Porto the next time.

Manchester City will also be looking at continuing their winning streak by claiming their three points in this game.

Tip: Manchester City to score in the first half @1.60

Today’s game represents the first ever meeting between Man City and Olympiacos, and both sides will be ready to write history with a good start. 

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All odds and markets correct as of the date of publication


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