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Tuesday’s Champions League tips: Will Tottenham get back on track?

| 18.09.2018

Odds for Tuesday’s European action

At long last, the Champions League group stages return tonight.

Europe’s leading club competition brings eight tasty ties to enjoy this Tuesday. The Coral News Team have put together a full preview of Liverpool vs Paris Saint-Germain, and you’ll find tips for the other seven games right here…

Inter Milan v Tottenham Hotspur (5:55pm)

Inter have only won one of their four Serie A games so far. They also lost at home to promoted side Parma at the weekend. However, they’re 6/4 to beat a wobbling Spurs side here.

The North London club are out at 15/8, having lost their last two games. They’ll also be without several key players at the San Siro.

But with both sides looking to get back on track, neither will want to risk defeat. The draw is going for 12/5.

Mauro Icardi is 4/1 to open the scoring for the hosts, while Harry Kane is 7/2 to get the first goal. They’re 6/4 and 13/10 respectively to score Anytime.

Barcelona v PSV Eindhoven (5:55pm)

After winning all four of their league games so far, Barcelona are 2/15 favourites here.

But the Catalan side have gone behind in their last two outings, which will give PSV hope. They’re 21/5 to be the first team to score.

Lionel Messi is joint-top scorer in La Liga with four goals. He’s 3/10 to open his European account for the season here and 6/5 to get 2 or more.

Club Brugge v Borussia Dortmund (8:00pm)

Brugge have burst of the blocks in Belgium, winning six of their seven games to lead the table. They’ve won all four of their home games too.

Even though Dortmund are 19/20 favourites, they can’t afford to take the Belgian side lightly. Dortmund to Win and Both Teams to Score is now 9/4 (was 7/4).

Max Philipp and Marco Reus are both 7/5 to get a goal for the away side.

Crvena Zvezda v Napoli (8:00pm)

Crvena Zvezda (formerly Red Star Belgrade) have reached the Champions League group stages for the first time this term.  A trip to the Red Star Stadium is never easy, but the home fans could be especially fired up tonight.

Napoli are 4/6 to win, with Crvena or Draw going for 13/10 in the Double Chance market.

Both Teams to Score is 19/20, with Dries Mertens the likeliest scorer at 6/4.

Galatasaray v Lokomotiv Moscow (8:00pm)

Lokomotiv Moscow don’t tend to travel well in Europe. They’ve only ever won two away games in the group stages. It’s no surprise Galatasaray are 4/6 to get the win.  It’s also 31/20 that the hosts Win to Nil.

Eren Derdiyok has three league goals to his name this term. The Swiss striker is 17/10 to get one here for the Turkish side.

Monaco v Atletico Madrid (8:00pm)

Is this Atletico’s year? After losing the Final twice in recent years, they host the showpiece game in May.

They’re 17/20 to get their European campaign started with a win, although they’ve not been in great form. Diego Simeone’s side are ninth in La Liga after winning just one of their four games so far.

Monaco are also struggling, down in 15th in Ligue 1. The draw is a 12/5 shot, with Under 2.5 Goals at 8/13.

Schalke 04 v Porto (8:00pm)

Schalke have lost all three of their league games so far. They’re normally very solid at home, but Porto will fancy their chances here. It’s 2/1 for a Porto win.

Porto haven’t really got into gear yet though. Porto to Win and Under 2.5 Goals is 4/1.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Daniel Anwar

Daniel has written about sport for Coral, Squawka, FourFourTwo and the Premier League, among others.