Champions League Tips | Week 1

- 07:09, 11th September 2017

The Champions League is finally back this week! Unfortunately our chief football tipster Ross Casey is off gallivanting around Poland so you’ll have to do with Jake Johns for week one!

Champions League Tips

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Roma v Atletico Madrid Tips (Tue, 19:45)

Atletico Madrid Double Chance @ 4/9 – BET NOW

Roma haven’t had the best start to the season in Serie A after losing 3-1 at home to Inter Milan at the end of last month, which adds to their poor general form in the off season.

They managed to get a club friendly win last time against Brazilian side Chapecoense-SC but hosting Atletico will be a totally different beast.

Atletico are of course and incredibly hard side to break down, and whilst they haven’t won quite as many games as they should have in recent times they haven’t lost since May and I’m struggling to see that run ending on Tuesday night!

Back Atletico in the double chance market on Tuesday night!

Chelsea v Qarabag Tips (Tue, 19:45)

Eden Hazard Anytime @ 20/21- BET NOW

Chelsea have somewhat come through the uncertainty that surrounded the club coming into the new season with three wins in a row in the Premier League.

Of course they won’t need to be anywhere near their best to beat Azerbaijani side Qarabag and their restrictive odds reflect their dominance.

But hopefully Conte will be of the belief that this could act as a decent run out for Eden Hazard, and even if he doesn’t start I’m hopeful of at least a 30 minute showing, which should be more than enough time for him to nab a goal or two against one of the lowest ranked teams in the tournament.

Spurs v Dortmund (Wed, 19.45)

Dortmund To Win @ 43/20 – BET NOW

Spurs have had a hit and miss start to the season and the only constant appears to be their ability to play at their temporary home ground Wembley.

Their last four away results in the Premier League read 6-1, 7-1, 2-0 and 3-0, which equates to an unbelievable 18 goals scored with two conceded!

But they’re home form just doesn’t compare with a loss to Chelsea and a draw with Burnley from two games this season. What’s more they’re missing star player Dele Alli through suspension and on the other hand Dortmund are flying away from home, unbeaten in three having not conceded a goal in that time.

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