Paris Saint-Germain v Liverpool28/11/2018 20:00
Tottenham v Inter28/11/2018 20:00
Aston Villa v Nottingham28/11/2018 19:45
Millwall v Birmingham28/11/2018 19:45
Both teams need a win in this match, and I see a repeat of the high-scoring previous fixture at Anfield. PSG have a terrific record at home in the Champions League group stages and are unbeaten in their last 20 home CL group stage fixtures.
While winning 15 of those matches and drawing 5, Liverpool will be in for a tough time after already losing both of their away fixtures in the Champions League. But, I can see both teams scoring as PSG are dangerous, fast and incisive. Yet, so are Liverpool.
I struggle to see either side keeping a clean sheet, and this should be a solid pick to start us off.
Spurs need to win this match, but they come up against an Inter that are coming back to their previous high standard. Tottenham dominated most of the match at the San Siro, and I struggle to see Inter keeping them out, especially after their impressive performance against Chelsea on Saturday.
Spurs are now on a five-game win streak in all competitions, but they have conceded in four of those five matches. In fact, they have kept just one clean sheet at Wembley this season, and that was against Cardiff.
Inter Milan have scored 12 goals in their last four games in the Serie A, and they have the talent and ability to get a goal at Wembley. But, I see Spurs getting the win here after their brilliant performance against Chelsea.
Aston Villa are in fine form under Dean Smith as they look for their fourth straight victory tomorrow night. But, they come up against Forest team that has lost just one game on the road this season.
Nottingham Forest have scored 2 or more goals in four of their last five away matches, and come up against a Villa team that has kept just two clean sheets at Villa Park. In fact, Villa have conceded 2 or more goals in five of their nine home games this season.
Villa will be full of confidence after their 4-2 victory against bitter rivals Birmingham, and they have scored nine goals in their last three games.
I love the odds for both teams to score in this match at 4/5. Millwall are a solid side at The Den and have scored in all their home league matches this season but they have also conceded in every game bar one.
Similarly, Birmingham have scored in their last five away games in a row, while seeing both teams score in four of those matches. In fact, both teams have scored in nine of Birmingham’s last ten matches.
They will want to bounce back after their disappointing derby loss to Aston Villa, and they have the capability of scoring goals with the in-form Lukas Jutkiewicz, who is on ten goals for the season.
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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