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Tuesday Champions League Tips

We preview all three Tuesday Champions League games featuring English teams – with Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham, Man City v Feyenoord and Sevilla v Liverpool.

Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham     

RECOMMENDED BETSMARKETODDSBOOKMAKERS
Tottenham1X211/4Betfred
Tottenham 2-1Correct Score12/1Betfair
Son Heung-MinFirst Goalscorer8/1Unibet
Harry KaneAnytime Goalscorer6/5Unibet

Tottenham have already qualified for the knock-out stages, but aim to secure top spot in Group H ahead of Real Madrid – and just need to win either this or their last home game against Greek side Apoel to do that.

The German side’s chances are all but gone – they would not only have to win this, but also need Real Madrid to fail to beat Apoel to keep their hopes alive.

Spurs won the reverse fixture at Wembley 3-1 back in September and yet they are as big as 11/4 with Betfred to win on Tuesday, which looks a huge price considering that their hosts have lost 4 of their last 5 league games (drawing the other).

Dortmund have also failed to win any of their 4 Group H games (L2, D2) – somehow contriving to draw 1-1 twice with Apoel, yet most firms make them Evens favourites.

Basically, you should wait until the line-up’s are announced – but unless Mauricio Pochettino is fielding a B-side (a possibility of course) then quickly grab that 11/4.

Given that Dortmund scored exactly one goal in all of those 4 games (and their last two Bundesliga games) we recommend backing a 2-1 Spurs win at 12/1 with Betfair.

Son Heung-Min scored first in the reverse fixture and is a stand-out 8/1 with Unibet to do so again on his return to Germany – having starred for both Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen. Unibet also offer Harry Kane at 6/5 to score (odds-on elsewhere).

All odds quoted are subject to change

Manchester City v Feyenoord     

RECOMMENDED BETSMARKETODDSBOOKMAKERS
Manchester City 2-0Correct Score15/2William Hill
Draw/Manchester CityHalf-Time/Full-Time4/1BetVictor
Kevin de BruyneFirst Player Booking10/1BetVictor

City have also qualified for the knock-out stages with four wins from four games in Group F and they beat Feyenoord 4-0 in Rotterdam back in September.

By contrast, the visitors have lost all four of their Champions League group games thus far, and currently sit just seventh in the Dutch Eredivisie table.

Thus, it’s no surprise to see City just 1/7 to win at the Etihad, where they have averaged 4 goals per game in the Premier League so far this season. The draw is available at 9/1 and a shock away win at 22/1 – both with Betfair.

Again, it’s a question of what side Pep Guardiola fields in a game where any win would be more than satisfactory – with some stars rested we’ll go for a 2-0 victory, but also try Draw/Man City in the Half-Time/Full-Time market at 4/1 with BetVictor.

Finally, Kevin de Bruyne is a booking away from a one-match ban, and might prefer to pick one up here and sit out the last group game – if he does start we suggest a small wager on him to be booked first at the 10/1 with BetVictor.

All odds quoted are subject to change

Sevilla v Liverpool     

RECOMMENDED BETSMARKETODDSBOOKMAKERS
2-2Correct Score11/1William Hill
3-3Correct Score40/1William Hill
Mohamed SalahAnytime Goalscorer15/8Betfred

These sides drew 2-2 at Anfield back in September, with Roberto Firmino missing a penalty when Liverpool led 2-1, and the Reds really need at least another draw here.

Liverpool have won successive games against Maribor to propel them to the top of Group E, but prior to those victories over the Slovenian minnows, they had failed to keep a clean sheet in 12 of their previous 13 Champions League contests.

Sevilla beat Spartak Moscow here 2-1 in their last Group E game, and also won their last two La Liga home games here by the same scoreline – that’s 10/1 with Bet365.

But while we expect Jurgen Klopp’s side to show their usual defensive frailties on the road, they have recorded three successive league victories and we’d prefer to go for the 2-2 and 3-3 draws at stand-out odds of 11/1 & 40/1 respectively at William Hill.

Mohamed Salah is the Premier League’s top scorer at present, with two goals in each of his last two games – back the Egyptian at 15/8 with Betfred to score again.

All odds quoted are subject to change