There are some exciting Champions League matches coming your way on Wednesday and we have made five selections to build a 3/1 accumulator that could be of interest to our punters.
Napoli to beat Union Berlin @ 1/3
Reigning Serie A champions Napoli, will be looking to consolidate their position in Group C, as they look to reach the knockout stage of the Champions League for the second successive year.
They were 1-0 winners over Union Berlin last time out in Berlin and at home in Naples, they will be hoping to deliver a more convincing victory. Union Berlin have lost all three of their European clashes so far and it looks like things won’t get any better for them on Wednesday.
Real Sociedad to beat Benfica @ 5/6
Like Union Berlin, Benfica have tasted defeat in all three of their Champions League fixtures this season. They were beaten 1-0 by Real Sociedad on home soil last time out and there have been no signs of improvement from the Portuguese outfit over the course of their three games played.
Real Sociedad have been impressive both in Europe and La Liga this term and they will fancy themselves to complete the double over Benfica. Brais Mendez is the joint-top scorer in the Champions League, with three goals to his name so far and after netting against Benfica a fortnight ago, he will be relishing a chance to score against them again.
Arsenal to beat Sevilla @ 2/7
After a disappointing defeat to Newcastle United in the Premier League, Arsenal will look for an instant response when they host Sevilla in the Champions League. Gabriel Jesus was the star of the show as the Gunners won in Seville two weeks ago but with him out injured, Arsenal’s other attackers will need to step up on the goal front.
Gabriel Martinelli was the other scorer in that match, so he, Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah will need to start scoring more consistently if Arsenal are to achieve any of their ambitions this term.
Bayern Munich to beat Galatasaray @ 1/6
Reigning Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, are having a lot of fun this season both in Europe and domestically. The German giants were 3-1 winners in Istanbul when they faced Galatasaray two weeks ago, so they will be full of confidence, as they welcome the Turkish club to the Allianz Arena on Wednesday.
They will be extra confident after they delivered a commanding performance as they beat rivals Borussia Dortmund 4-0 at the weekend, with Harry Kane netting a hat-trick. The England striker is unstoppable right now, which spells trouble for Galatasaray.
Real Madrid to beat Braga @ 1/5
With three wins in their opening three fixtures in the Champions League, it is difficult to see anything other than Real Madrid winning this one, even if star midfielder Jude Bellingham is a doubt for the match with a dislocated shoulder.
Los Blancos have been most impressive this season across all competitions, and even if their top scorer Bellingham is ruled out for this one, Carlo Ancelotti’s squad is filled with more than enough quality to make it four in a row on Wednesday.