Inter v Tottenham18/09/2018 17:55
West Brom v Bristol City18/09/2018 20:00
Liverpool v Paris Saint-Germain18/09/2018 20:00
The Baggies are truly living up to their nickname, and sit at the top of goals scored (16) by any team in the Championship. That stat was helped greatly in their 7-1 win over QPR, but they are still scoring freely in other games too. Yet, West Brom only sit eighth in the table, as their defensive woes are clear for all to see.
West Brom are averaging around 2.29 goals a game but have conceded in every match so far. Bristol City are in great form, with four wins in a row and are scoring an average of 1.71 goals a match. Bristol have been keeping some clean sheets recently, but West Brom have scored in every game apart from Middlesbrough and have more than enough firepower going forward.
It is hard to pick a winner in this match, and we think it could be quite a high scoring affair. But, both teams are more than capable of getting on the scoresheet. Both teams to score bet has good value at 4/5.
What a cracker of a match this should be, man I am happy to see the Champions League back. Both of these teams can score goals and have incredible talent in their team. PSG are still questionable at the back, but Liverpool have certainly improved.
However, we think with the attacking talent on display, neither side will keep a clean sheet in this one. Between these two teams, they scored a total of 192 goals in just their domestic leagues. Not including the record-breaking goal tally for Liverpool during the Champions League campaign last year.
Both teams have 100% records in their league campaigns so far, with five wins each. But, it could be said its almost expected for PSG. Yet, they have still scored 17 goals already, and their most recent 4-0 win against unbeaten St Etienne was very impressive.
Let’s face it, both teams should score here, but I do actually fancy Liverpool to get something. Right now, for both of these teams to score in both halves it is best priced at 5/1… Which are some pretty short odds if you ask me. 1/2 for BTTS looks fairly good value for the teams on show in this game.
Inter looked pretty good last season and brought talents like Radja Nainggolan, Sime Vrsaljko, Keita Balde, and Stefan Vrij. But, they are yet to get going in the Serie A with two losses, one win and one draw.
Their most recent loss at home to Parma was a big disappointment, but the crowd and team will be well up for this game in their return to the Champions League. Spurs topped last year’s group over Real but fell apart against Juventus.
They kept just two clean sheets, both coming against APOEL but they showed they can score against the big teams away from home, with a 2-1 against Dortmund. A 1-1 draw against Real, and a 2-2 draw against Juve.
We think Spurs will get a goal or two in this match, but they will concede a goal or two. In their two most recent games, Spurs have looked all over the place at the back, and some players look tired and slow which some have suggested is caused by a hangover from the World Cup.
Spurs will still be without Hugo Lloris, Dele Alli due to injury. Also, Kieran Trippier and Toby Alderweireld are not in the squad for this match. With the Spurs morale low, and selection issues, combined with Inter’s struggling form, we do not expect any clean sheets.
Steven is the product manager on BettingLounge and is an experienced iGaming writer who has been working in the industry since 2018.
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