Tuesday 9th March 2021 & Wednesday 10th March 2021.
UEFA Champions League.
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After intriguing first leg battles, we’ll be previewing what’s in store for this week’s round of 16 second leg Champions League games!
Dortmund vs Sevilla: Aggregate 3 - 2
Tuesday 9th March 2021, 20:00, BT Sport 3
Erling-Braut Haaland gave Sevilla all sorts of problems in the first leg, looking like he’d score every time he went forward. He capped off a wonderful performance with two first-half goals, and Sevilla need to stop him if they are to turn this tie around. Haaland also bagged a brace at the weekend against Bayern Munich despite his side’s 4-2 loss. Sevilla are not in good form coming into this as they’ve lost their last three domestic matches.
Betting tip: Dortmund to win at 23/20.
Juventus vs Porto: Aggregate 1 - 2
Tuesday 9th March 2021, 20:00, 20:00, BT Sport 2
Two early goals in each half gave Porto a 2-0 lead before Federico Chiesa snatched what could be a crucial away goal late on in the match. Juventus will enter this one believing they’re more than capable of overturning the first-leg deficit. Their performances have been pretty lacklustre this season, and a turnaround here could also see a turnaround in their overall campaign.
Betting tip: Over 3 total goals at 6/5.
Liverpool vs RB Leipzig: Aggregate 2 - 0
Wednesday 10th March 2021, 20:00, BT Sport 2
Liverpool have been in dreadful league form recently, losing a shocking six games in a row at Anfield, while Leipzig have won their five previous Bundesliga games. Despite this, Liverpool comfortably won the first leg 0-2, giving Leipzig a mountain to climb to make the next round. Considering their performances at Anfield, Liverpool will see the moving of this fixture to Budapest as a blessing in disguise. The Reds won the first “away” leg in the same stadium.
Betting tip: Liverpool to win at 13/10.
PSG vs Barcelona: Aggregate 4 - 1
Wednesday 10th March 2021, 20:00, BT Sport 3
Barcelona have improved their performances since the first leg thrashing, winning four from five domestically; they are now only three points off first-placed Atletico Madrid. Despite making an excellent comeback against the same opponents from 4-0 down in 2017, very few are tipping the Catalans for a similar outcome this time around. The comeback in 2017 was at the Camp Nou, and this time the second leg is in Paris, and Barcelona are a much weaker team compared to four years ago while PSG are stronger. Don’t count out anything in football, but even this is surely a step too far for Barcelona.
Betting tip: PSG to win at evens.
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