This is the second of two Champions League acca tips cards this week. We’ve got selections from half of Wednesday’s eight Champions League matches here. This one features some top matches including the biggest of the weekend, Bayern Munich vs Barcelona at the Allianz Arena. My Champions League acca has odds of around 22/1 with a full explanation below.
|Atalanta vs Villarreal||Over 3.5 Goals||8/10||More||2.37|
|FC Salzburg vs Sevilla||Under 2.5 Goals||5/10||More||1.90|
|Manchester United vs BSC Young Boys||Man Utd -1.25 (AH)||6/10||More||1.87|
|Bayern Munich vs Barcelona||Bayern Munich -1.5 (AH)||8/10||More||2.50|
|Total Acca Odds:||21.19|
Odds correct as at 5:45 pm on December 6th 2021. Odds may now differ.
Match 1: Atalanta vs Villarreal – Over 3.5 Goals
Goals are to be expected whenever Atalanta play. The Italian side have averaged 4.00 total match goals in their five Champions League matches this season. Only four teams have a higher figure than that. 80% of their games have finished with over 3.5 total match goals. They’ve scored and conceded 10 goals in their five matches.
Goals are usually the norm when Villarreal play too. Their average of 3.20 total match goals is a little lower but they’ve had at least two goals in each of their Champions League games this season. Unai Emery’s side drew 2-2 with Atalanta in the reverse fixture on matchday 1. I expect a similarly high-scoring match here in Italy considering qualification is on the line for both teams.
Match 2: FC Salzburg vs Sevilla – Under 2.5 Goals
I’m not expecting the match between Salzburg and Sevilla to be quite as exciting in terms of goalmouth action. These two teams are on the lower end of the average match goals table. That isn’t usually the case for Salzburg going back through the years of their involvement in this competition.
But I see value backing under on goals here. Sevilla have averaged 1.80 total match goals in their five Champions League matches so far. Three of their five games have had two goals or fewer and they’ve kept two clean sheets in the process. A draw should be enough for Salzburg to secure a place in the next stage of the competition. I can see them keeping things tight in this edgy match that ends up being low-scoring.
Match 3: Manchester United vs BSC Young Boys – Man Utd -1.25 (AH)
I’m backing a comfortable home win when Manchester United welcome BSC Young Boys to Old Trafford. The Red Devils lost the reverse fixture back on Matchday 1. The Swiss side won 2-1 but I don’t expect a similar outcome here. United have won three and drawn one since then.
It’s the first Champions League match in charge for manager Ralph Rangnick. He’ll be after a strong start on this must-win game for United. Young Boys previously lost both their away matches in this competition without scoring a goal. United won both of theirs at Ole Trafford and know that another three points here will secure top spot in Group F. I expect a comfortable win for them.
Match 4: Bayern Munich vs Barcelona – Bayern Munich -1.5 (AH)
I can see another sharp fall to earth for new FC Barcelona manager Xavi here. Barca lost 1-0 on the weekend but I can see an even heavier defeat in Munich. Barcelona are a side in transition, adapting to a new style of football. They’ve strung some decent results together in La Liga but are still struggling to score goals. They’ve failed to find the net in two of their last three matches.
Goals have been an issue for Barca all season long in Europe. They’ve only scored twice in five matches but somehow find themselves 2nd in the group. Only three sides have scored fewer goals than them and all of them sit bottom of their respective groups on a point each.
They now travel to a rampant Bayern Munich side. Julian Nagelsmann’s side have been unstoppable in Europe this campaign. They’ve scored 19 in five matches, winning all five. The German champions scored five times in each of their two previous matches at the Allianz Arena. Another high-scoring win is the likeliest outcome here.
Champions League Matches and Best Bets
|MATCH||KICK-OFF TIME (UK)||Date||Tips|
|RB Leipzig vs Manchester City||17:45||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|Paris Saint-Germain vs Club Brugge||17:45||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|Ajax vs Sporting CP||20:00||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|FC Porto vs Atletico Madrid||20:00||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|Real Madrid vs Inter||20:00||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|AC Milan vs Liverpool||20:00||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|Shakhtar Donetsk vs Sheriff||20:00||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|Dortmund vs Besiktas||20:00||Tue 7th Dec||More Tips|
|Zenit St. Petersburg vs Chelsea||17:45||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Juventus vs Malmo||17:45||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Benfica vs Dynamo Kyiv||20:00||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Atalanta vs Villarreal||20:00||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Wolfsburg vs Lille||20:00||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Salzburg vs Sevilla||20:00||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Manchester United vs Young Boys||20:00||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
|Bayern Munich vs Barcelona||20:00||Wed 8th Dec||More Tips|
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What is a Champions League Acca?
A Champions League acca is an accumulator bet, a type of wager that is made up of several different selections combined together into a single bet. A Champions League acca would usually consist of a single bet made up of four or more selections on Champions League matches.
The Champions League acca is a popular way to bet on European football matches. As more selections are added to the bet, the odds rapidly increase as all are multiplied together. This can lead to massive odds for a small stake if building an acca for a Champions League match.
As is the same with double and treble bets, all selections need to win or the accumulator loses. That is why so many look for Champions League acca tips for guidance.