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#BetYourWay: 12 best bets from Wednesday’s action

25 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
#BetYourWay: 12 best bets from Wednesday’s action

Make it a profitable few days with a variety of tips from the Champions League.

This season, all televised Premier League matches will be valid for our BetYourWay promotion, where customers can request tailor-made bets for individual games.

Here are our selections for this weekend’s matches.

Anderlecht v Celtic

Under 2.5 goals – {ODDS:189030698:19/20}

Neither side are prolific at this level, and will be desperate not to lose their group game that isn’t against PSG or Bayern Munich.

Double chance: Draw/Celtic – {ODDS:189030679:5/6}

Celtic’s unbeaten run against every team that isn’t Barcelona, Borussia Monchengladbach and PSG means that they should have enough to secure at least a point in Belgium.

Anderlecht: Over 2.5 cards

The hosts have racked up at least three cards in four of their last five matches, so more of the same is a simple bet.

Atletico Madrid v Chelsea

Under 2.5 goals – {ODDS:189029195:3/5}

Atletico drew 0-0 at Roma in their first Champions League match, and are renowned for having one of the toughest defences in Europe.

1st half correct score: 0-0 – {ODDS:189029374:7/5}

There has not been a first-half goal in any of Atletico’s last five matches, which makes this price unmissable.

Double chance: Draw/Chelsea – {ODDS:189029176:4/5}

The hosts have not shone yet this season, and a positive result for in-form Chelsea is certainly possible.

CSKA Moscow v Manchester United

Manchester United to win – {ODDS:189031662:7/10}

Moscow is commonly referred to as a ‘tough place to go’, but Jose Mourinho is unlikely to take that as an excuse in a game United really should win.

Under 2.5 goals – {ODDS:189031684:8/11}

The visitors’ two trips to CSKA have produced fewer than 2.5 goals, and there is little reason to suggest anything different will happen here, especially when taking into account their 1-0 win at Southampton on Saturday.

Romelu Lukaku to score any time – {ODDS:193228242:1/1}

Lukaku has only failed to score once in eight outings for his new club, and proved he belongs at this level with goal against Basel.

PSG v Bayern Munich

PSG to win (-1) – {ODDS:189033047:2/1}

This Bayern team is not what it was, and they could well be shown up by a superior side intent on success in this competition.

Edinson Cavani to score any time – {ODDS:193229346:4/6}

Feuds with Neymar and Dani Alves aside, Cavani is a fantastic goalscorer and should benefit from the former’s return from injury.

Neymar to score any time – {ODDS:193229347:1/1}

Despite failing to score against Lyon – largely because he didn’t win the infamous battle for a penalty – Neymar has five goals in six matches for PSG.