The good news for Liverpool is that they don’t NEED to win at Anfield tonight! A 2-0 first leg lead over RB Leipzig gives them a cushion and on current form they might need it.
An early goal for the Germans and things might get a bit twitchy for Jurgen Klopp’s men. Bet365 rate Leipzig 9/5 to win the match and 5/1 shots to qualify. Julian Nagelsmann’s side continue to keep apace with Bayern at the top the Bundesliga and will be sure to give it a go against the fragile Reds.
Barcelona have a mountain to climb in Paris where they need to overcome a 4-1 first leg defeat. They may look to draw on their ridiculous comeback against the French champions four years ago when they overturn a 4-0 loss but PSG look much better quipped to deal with anything a dimishing Barca might be able to throw at them.
In the Premier League Man City won’t want to offer any more hope to the chasers after Man Utd narrowed the gap to 11 points at the weekend. The Saints have only taken a point from their last nine vists to the Etihad so no surprise to see them as big as 14/1. City should ease to victory and since there’s already been as many penalties awarded in the Premier League this season as there was in total last season a penalty isn’t out of the question at 6/4.
Well done to Jamie Kennedy who’s 15/1 Goals Acca landed on Tuesday night and was a Raith Rovers goal short of adding another winner on his 9/1 Acca. Keep an eye out on Wednesday for his footy acca.
Match Previews & Tips
Check out our match previews for Wednesday night which feature matches in the Champions League, Premier League, La Liga and Ligue 1, as well as ealry coverage of Thursday’s Europa League matches.
Wednesday’s Horse Racing Tips
Alan Thomson has a trio of bets on his Lingfield betting slip on Wednesday
The Cheltenham Festival kicks-off on Tuesday and The Voice of Value has penned a brilliant scene-setter, with a Banker Bet for each day, to get us in the mood.
The Caddy has been in great form recently and landed an 80/1 each-way place with Christian Bezuidenhout at the Arnold Palmer last week so fingers crossed he can deliver once more in one of the most hotly anticipated tournaments on the tour, the Players Championship at Sawgrass.
Corners Betting Masterclass
Last but by no means least, Greg has shared some of his secrets on a market that he’s grown to love in the last 12 months. Don’t miss his Experts Guide to Betting on Corners Masterclass.
“Nicholson” Next Aberdeen Manager
Before we go, spare a thought for Skybet’s odds compilers who’s Next Manager betting markets were exposed as a sham. A bunch of Aberdeen fans created a Wikipedia page for one of their mates, supposedly making him out to be in the running, and managed to get the firm to price him up at 10/1 for the job!
A few Aberdeen fans have created a fake Wikipedia profile under their friend’s name – Ross Nicholson – and managed to get him sitting at 10/1 on SkyBet for next manager odds ???? pic.twitter.com/mFL33bqp1k
— Andrew Maclean (@AndrewMaclean_) March 9, 2021
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