There are eight Champions League group stage fixtures taking place on Wednesday, with hopefully a lot of goals and entertainment on the cards. We have picked out four matches that we think can deliver a 6/1 BTTS accumulator.
Bayern Munich vs Galatasaray @ 4/6
After demolishing rivals Borussia Dortmund 4-0 at Signal Iduna Park on the weekend, Bayern Munich will be full of confidence ahead of their next meeting with Galatasaray. The German side were 3-1 winners when the two sides met in Istanbul two weeks ago, and from what we have seen so far, Galatasaray are certainly a nuisance in Group A.
Mauro Icardi scored from the penalty spot in that defeat, but his side did create chances from open play and they will look to hurt Bayern in their own backyard, just like they did to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
PSV Eindhoven vs Lens @ 8/13
These two sides played out a 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture in matchday three of the Champions League and there was very little to separate the two sides. They both showed promise going forward but lacked a clinical edge in front of goal.
With both these teams being fairly matched ahead of the reverse fixture, it seems like a safe bet once again to back goals at both ends. Lens will be looking to consolidate a qualifying position in Group B, while PSV Eindhoven are in desperate need of their first win.
Copenhagen vs Manchester United @ 4/6
Copenhagen were denied a huge point at Old Trafford last time out thanks to some penalty heroics from Andre Onana in the dying minutes of the game. The Danish side did manage to cause Man United problems but were left to rue their squandered chances, the spot-kick especially.
Lacklustre defending has been an issue for the Red Devils this season and Copenhagen will look to exploit it, especially on home soil. United do have players who can deliver quality moments, they are just few and far between this year. But still we expect that there will be goals at both ends in this one.
RB Salzburg vs Inter Milan @ 8/11
Inter Milan will consider themselves lucky to have come away with three points during their last encounter with RB Salzburg at San Siro. The Austrian side managed more efforts on goal but somehow only mustered just the one goal. Now that they have the home advantage they will be pumped up for this rematch and will seek a ruthlessness in front of goal with the opportunities that they create.
And if they want to strengthen their chances of reaching the knockout stage, their home games will be vital. Especially when there is a four-point gap between the two sides heading into Wednesday’s fixture.