Champions League football tips and odds – Real Madrid, Liverpool and Man City

Champions League football tips and odds – Real Madrid, Liverpool and Man City

December 1, 2020

THE Champions League returns this midweek with some crucial games that could go towards determining qualification for the last 16.

England's top clubs are in action and while Manchester City and Chelsea have already qualified there is work to be done for Liverpool and Manchester United to join them.


Group A

Lokomotiv Moscow vs RB Salzburg

Atletico Madrid vs Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich have already qualified and won Group A so we're expecting them to rest some players while Atletico will be gunning for it to join them in the knockout stages.

However Diego Simeone has some injury concerns with Manu Sanchez, Diego Costa, Sime Vrasljko, Luis Suarez and Lucas Torreira all doubts.

Meanwhile Salzburg need three points in Moscow to keep their hopes alive, but could find things tough having picked up just one point so far.

Lokomotiv have drawn three of their four games so far, so we think another could be on the cards tonight.

Lokomotiv 1-1 RB Salzburg
Atletico Madrid 2-1 Bayern Munich

Recommended bet: Draw, and Atletico to win double: 7/1 with 888 Sport

Group B

Shakhtar Donetsk vs Real Madrid

Monchengladbach vs Inter Milan

Group B is wide open with Real in second place behind the Germans and Inter in bottom spot with just two points.

But two wins for Inter could see them through and they'll be desperate to get something against group leaders Monchengladbach.

We fancy Antonio Conte's side to pick up a point away in Germany, but that would all but end their European adventure this season.

Real meanwhile travel to Ukraine but should have too much for Shakhtar.

Karim Benzema is back for Zinedine Zidane, whose side lost to Alaves last weekend, but Sergio Ramos and Eden Hazard are both out.


Shakhtar Donetsk 0-2 Real Madrid
Monchengladbach 1-1 Inter Milan

Recommended bet: Real Madrid to win 2-0 – 8/1

Group C

Marseille vs Olympiacos
Porto vs Man City

This group is pretty much wrapped up with City needing just a point to confirm top spot, and Porto needing a point to ensure qualification.

So it wouldn't be a surprise if they played out a draw tonight, although City look back in form after Saturday's thrashing of Burnley.

Marseille have been the whipping boys of the group while Olympiacos haven't fared much better.

They've score one goal between them but conceded 15.

Marseille 0-0 Olympiacos
Porto 1-3 Man City

Recommended bet: Man City boosted to 8/1 to win or Porto boosted to 33/1 to win


Group D

Liverpool vs Ajax
Atalanta vs Midtjylland

Liverpool still require a point to be sure of a place in the next round and with Jurgen Klopp's injury problems tonight could be an interesting one.

Ajax could overtake the Reds with a win at Anfield and with Atalanta only just behind too Klopp will be making sure his players know what is required.

Liverpool are still without Thiago, Virgil van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita but Jordan Henderson could be back.

Atalanta meanwhile have been impressive and should have too much for the Danes.

Liverpool 2-2 Ajax
Atalanta 2-0 Midtjylland

Recommended bet: Liverpool to win, both teams to score – 7/4


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