Some of the games are expected to be pretty easy for the favourites while others are expected to be quite balanced. Let’s see which games we should bet on!
Another week in the most prestigious tournament for European club football, which will bring some pretty exciting battles. If we want to check Champions League betting tips and odds at the best online sportsbooks in Europe, it might be worth it checking out our list of the best picks for Tuesday games!
Bet on Benfica v Dynamo Kiev
The Benfica vs Dynamo Kiev game sounds like the game where anybody could end up winning. Benfica should be the stronger based on…basically everything: squad strength, history…everything. They even won the first game in Kiev easily by 0-2. However, the Ukrainians want to take revenge and will hope to prove that they didn’t reach Europa League final for nothing last season.
In the fourth gameday of the Champions League group stages, Benfica, with their 1.50 (1/2) odds to win against Dynamo Kiev, counts as clear favourites. Those for the Ukrainians are 7.00 (6/1) and the draw would pay 4.00 (3/1) times the stake at one of the best online sportsbooks in the world, Bet365.
City v Barca: Another humiliation for Pep Guardiola?
The first round between the two teams was one of the most expected games of the group stages: Barcelona were to see its former manager Pep Guardiola returning to Camp Nou as the rival side’s manager. In fact, his team was in quite an outstanding form and even though Barca were still favourites, no sane bettor would have placed a bet on an easy victory for the Blaugrana.
However, Barcelona did win incredibly easily by 4-0 thanks to Leo Messi’s amazing performance. Currently, Pep’s City is in a horrible form for a while now and aren’t expected to resurrect against Barcelona, not even at home. It could be a good way to gain some easy money to bet on a confident Barca victory. A Correct Score of 0-3 for Barcelona pays at 31.00 (30/1) at Marathonbet. Just saying…
PSV v Bayern: Easy win predicted
Bayern Münich so far has not been as convincing in the group stages as Pep’s men used to be during the past 3 seasons. This is mostly because Carlo Ancelotti’s side lost to Atlético Madrid, who are group leaders with 9 points – scoring 3 goals, which is quite a masterpiece of art. Three 1-0 victories in a row. Quite an achievement, online betting news in Spain must have been quite proud of their country’s team.
Bet365 has set the odds for Bayern to win at 1.40 (2/5); which makes them pretty clear favourites despite the fact that they play away from Allianz Arena, where they won easily by 4-1. Now they’ll need another terrific performance if they want to keep the pace with Atletico, who are also clear favourites against Rostov. Maybe you can bet another 1-0 victory for Simeone’s men.