JORDAN cast his eyes over Tuesday’s card and come up with a double and a long shot treble.
He says: As already stated by Mr F it’s a difficult card tonight. It might surprise some but I’m taking a WDW tonight and fingers crossed it doesn’t backfire.
Gent gave themselves a fighting chance of progression to the next round of the Champions League with two goals in the last 10 minutes in Belgium but conceding three on their home turf doesn’t bode well for them in Germany.
Wolfsburg have only lost three times in their last 15 home games. Two of those were against Bayern Munich, the other was Dortmund. Gent have lost four of their last five competitive fixtures away from home and despite giving themselves a lifeline Wolfsburg will be tough to beat.
Torn here but hopefully I’ve made the right choice. Fulham games have been known to produce goals this season and while I believe Burnley will score there is value on the double chance market.
Fulham have only won two of their last 10 at home, against Rotherham and Charlton who are both in relegation places. Burnley have lost three of their last 15 on the road – an FA Cup tie at the Emirates, with the other two losses against second and third-placed Middlesbrough and Hull respectively.
Burnley sit at the summit and every point will be vital at this stage of the season. They won fairly comfortably in a 3-0 win at Turf Moor in the reverse fixture so Sean Dyche will know how to have them set up for their trip to Craven Cottage.
Wolfsburg – Win
Burnley – Double Chance
(57-50, Betway) – 2.5 points
Julian Draxler (Wolfsburg) Anytime
Andre Gray (Burnley) Anytime
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) Anytime/Wincast
14-1 (888, sport) – 0.25 points
Points Staked 43.7
Points Returned 60.95