KevMac’s Wednesday Tips: Red or Dread for Klopp in Budapest?

KevMac previews tonight’s matches in the Champions League and Premier League.

Liverpool v RB Leipzig

Jurgen Klopp’s side head into the second leg of this last-16 clash with a 2-0 lead after a fine display in Germany.

They have lost six in a row at Anfield so will be glad to be playing in Budapest and this tie could come alive again if the Germans net first, something McBookie price at 21/20.

The Reds have scored just once in their last seven at home so under 2.5 goals looks decent at 6/5 (McBookie).

PSG v Barcelona

Tonight’s other Champions League tie looks over with PSG holding a 4-1 lead as they host Barcelona.

Ronald Koeman’s men couldn’t cope with Kylian Mbappe in the first leg and it’s worth backing him for another goal here at 23/20 with BetVictor.

PSG are 6/5 with McBookie to win on the night and that’s also worth a punt as they were the better team by a mile at the Nou Camp.

Man City v Southampton

Manchester City’s incredible winning run ended at the weekend, with my tip of backing rivals United in the double chance market coming up.

Pep Guardiola’s men now look to bounce back at home to Southampton and it could be tight.

The last three meetings have seen a one-goal winning margin, with a repeat here priced 13/5 at McBookie.

Super Singles

McBookie Star Bet

  • Southampton are 20/21 to pick up the most bookings in their clash with Manchester City.

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