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Despite it being a quiet-ish Monday our amazing community still managed to dig out some winners. Well done to those that secured some green ticks on their bet slips.
Tuesday sees the last round of fixtures in the group stages of the Champions league kick-off and there's a few tasty ties to look forward to. Under the guise of Selectabet I've picked out Five to Follow – an old favourite of Mr Fixit – to look to in the Champions League, Championship and League Two.
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Selectabet's Five to Follow
In order to progress Lazio need to avoid defeat at home to an impressive Club Brugge who have competed well in Group F. The Italians are 2/11 to get the job done but I expect the Belgians will give it a go and can get on the scoresheet in Rome. Both Teams to score pays 8/11 at Sportingbet.
Chelsea's match at home to Krasnador is a dead rubber with all four placings in Group E already decided. Billy Gimour will make an eagerly awaited first team start and with no pressure on either side we could see goals. The Blues have found the net inside 23 minutes in three of their five Champions League matches so far and it's 5/6 for a goal before that mark tonight.
The next chapter in Man Utd's topsy-turvy season will be written in Germany on Tuesday with a place in the last 16 of the competition the prize that awaits Ole Gunnar Soksksjaer's side or their opponents RB Leipzig. A draw would suffice for United but Solkskjaer claims thats “not in their genes”.
That will no doubt be music to Julian Nagelsmann's ears as his side chase the win that'll see them progress. There's the small matter of avenging a 5-0 thumping at Old Trafford for the hosts who have an impeccable home record this season with seven wins from seven at the Red Bull Arena across Champions League and Bundesliga matches. I'm sticking my neck out and backing Leipzig at an attractive 13/8 with Coral.
Watford suffered their first home defeat of the campaign going down 1-0 to Cardiff on Saturday but can bounce back against struggling Rotherham at Vicarage Road. They're too short to back just to win but you can get 10/11 on a Bet365 BetBuilder to win and score over 1.5 goals.
Despite their lowly 18th position Scunthorpe are one of the form teams in League Two. After a drastic start they've picked up 13 points from their last 18 and at 8/5 (Marathonbet) look the value bet at home to Colchester who have the worst away record in the division. For a bit of added security back them on the Draw No Bet market at 4/5.
Selectabet's Five to Follow
- Lazio v Club Brugge – Both Teams to Score 8/11 (Sportingbet)
- Chelsea v Krasnador – Goals before 23:00 5/6 (Bet365)
- RB Leipzig to win 13/8 (Coral)
- Watford win & to score Over 1.5 goals BetBuilder 10/11 (Bet365)
- Scunthorpe Draw No Bet 4/5 (Bet365)
As ever, please post your tips for Tuesday in the comments section below and good luck with your bets.