It’s Barca versus the Spurs this week at the Nou Camp in what is promising to be a thrilling match, while the same group will see Inter try to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League by beating PSV. Enjoy these big games and lots more with online sportsbooks in EU.
Barcelona v Tottenham – H 2.10 (11/10) D 4.20 (16/5) A 3.20 (11/5)
The Catalan giants have already secured their progression to the last 16, having collected 13 points so far, which leaves the battel for second place. Tottenham and Inter (both sides are on 7 points) find themselves fighting for that spot, but it’ll prove challenging as pressure mounts on them in the last round.
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Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has stressed they’re going to the Nou Camp with the sole intention of collecting the 3 points that could help them make it to the next round. And although it’s likely Barcelona will field a weaker side (having qualified already), it’s still the Nou Camp we’re talking about – not too many sides have managed to beat the Catalans in their own home.
Tottenham have performed quite well as of late both domestically and in Europe, so they’ll be looking to continue their fine form on Tuesday night. We’re thinking this game might end up in a draw with goals, but then again the London side have to win at all costs if they are to progress.
Inter v PSV – H 1.33 (1/3) D 6.00 (5/1) A 9.00 (8/1)
Inter are in 3rd spot in Group B, despite being level on points with Tottenham, but that’s mainly due to their goal difference. Online sportsbooks in Italy are certain the Nerazzurri will clinch an easy victory thanks to the fact that they’ll be playing in front of their home support at the San Siro.
With only 1 point so far, the Dutch side cannot make it to the next round, but it’s essential for the Italians to win this game. That’s why this is a perfect bet to add to your accumulator, as it seems like a sure thing.
Liverpool v Napoli – H 1.61 (3/5) D 4.50 (7/2) A 5.50 (9/2)
And lastly, we take a look at Group C, which is perhaps one of the most uncertain groups in the last round of Europe’s elite competition. Napoli – headed by three-time Champions League winner Carlo Ancelotti – surprised everyone by reaching the top of the group with 9 points.
PSG – with their vast riches – struggled to adapt this season as well, but they’re now in 2nd place with 8 points, while Liverpool – a side that just jump to the top of the Premier League – are in 3rd position with only 6 points to their name.
All 3 of those sides need a victory from round 6 this week, so we’re expecting some high-pressure football. The Reds have won twice and lost 3 times, but the good news is that they’ve sealed victories on both of their matches at home – a fact that works in their favour as they prepare to welcome the Italian side at Anfield this week.
Conversely, Napoli have underperformed while playing on the road this season, as both of their away games ended in draws, so it’s no surprise we’re backing Jurgen Klopp’s men to clinch the all-important 3 points.