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Football Betting: Champions League yes/no BTTS tips

03 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Champions League yes/no BTTS tips

Both teams to score? We provide the answer for these Champions League and Championship matches with this 10/1 accumulator.

Juventus v Real Madrid: Yes – {ODDS:251958481:3/4}

Juventus have an outstanding domestic defensive record but have conceded in five of their eight Champions League matches this season, including both legs of their last-16 tie against Tottenham.

Real Madrid have scored 16 goals in their last five matches and 22 in eight in this competition, but have conceded in seven of their last eight away games.

Both teams have also scored in all of their European matches this season bar the group games against Apoel Nicosia.

Sevilla v Bayern Munich: No – {ODDS:251959774:11/10}

Bayern Munich have kept five clean sheets in seven matches, and should extend that run against Sevilla.

The hosts drew 0-0 with Manchester United in the first leg of their previous tie, and struggled to create many chances at Old Trafford despite being afforded plenty of possession.

Both teams have scored in only two of the Spaniards’ last seven outings at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium.

Aston Villa v Reading: No – {ODDS:256927340:3/4}

Despite beating QPR 1-0 in his first game in charge, there was little indication that Paul Clement is likely to improve Reading’s position as the Championship’s fourth-least creative side.

The Royals had just 33 per cent of possession in that match, managing five shots to their visitors’ 27, so the signs are not good for their visit to Villa Park.

Villa haven’t scored in either of their last two games against other relegation-threatened sides, a 1-0 defeat to Bolton and 0-0 draw with Hull, so there’s no guarantee of a home goal, either.

Wolves v Hull: No – {ODDS:256928424:8/11}

Wolves have been involved in the third-fewest BTTS matches in the Championship this season, largely due to their excellent defensive record.

Nuno Santo’s side have kept more clean sheets than any other side in the division, including six in their last 10 home games.

Hull have only scored five goals in their last eight matches against top-six sides after their goalless draw with Villa on Saturday.

*Odds subject to change.

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