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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TUESDAY: We preview Tuesday’s Champions League games with a recommended BETDAQ bet. It’s RB LEIPZIG v TOTTENHAM and VALENCIA v ATALANTA both kicking off at 8pm.


8pm Not only do we have the Cheltenham Festival this week, we also have some massive Champions League fixtures to enjoy! We kick things off with RB Leipzig hosting Spurs after winning the first leg 1-0 in London. Spurs have a lot of work to do here, RB Leipzig have been going very well in the Bundesliga and Spurs have really been struggling away from home. They could only draw 1-1 away to Burnley at the weekend, and now given the that they need to attack tonight, that may only open them up at the back to RB Leipzig to take advantage.

The match odds at the time of writing currently trade; RB Leipzig 1.61, Tottenham 6.0 and the draw is 4.6. Spurs have been in some very tough spots in the Champions before only to come through. However, given their injury list and their away form at the moment, it’s hard to see them winning tonight. RB Leipzig have been rock solid in the Bundesliga and were the better side in the first leg. With home advantage now we can only see one way traffic. The home win looks cracking value at 1.61.

RB Leipzig to beat Tottenham at 1.61.

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8pm This tie was effectively put to bed in the first leg with a 4-1 Atalanta win, however that doesn’t mean we can’t make money from tonight’s markets! Valencia had been pretty solid beforehand, so conceding four goals came as a surprise. Atalanta didn’t exactly set the Group stages alight, and more than likely most teams will be hoping to get them in the next round to be honest. Valencia have to attack tonight, score early and hope that the home crowd can drive them on. We’ve seen it happen before, but it looks very unlikely Atalanta will miss out on the next round.

The match odds at the time of writing currently trade; Valencia 2.94, Atalanta 2.44 and the draw is 3.95. Wolves were in a similar situation in the Europa League last week and ended up losing the game. Really and truly the main aim for the team so far ahead here is to kill the game and see off the 90 minutes without too much action. We can see Atalanta being in the same mindset and feel that they’re too short at 2.44 given the situation and we’re happy to lay the away win.

Lay Atalanta at 2.44.

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