Champions League Betting: Value Across the Board on Wednesday

Oct 24, 2018 10:05 PM EDT

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  • Big favorites took care of business on Tuesday, and both Liverpool and PSG will look to do the same on Wednesday.
  • There's value across the board in Champions League action, and I've broken down the betting market for every match.

The third round of group stage matches will wrap up in the Champions League Wednesday and there are a lot of games to be excited about including Barcelona-Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid-Dortmund and PSG-Napoli.

Before getting to every match, let’s take a quick look at the biggest line moves since opening.

Biggest Line Moves

  • Leo Messi’s injury absence is mostly responsible for the movement toward Inter Milan, while PSV and Club Brugge are both attracting sharper action at home.

There are some really intriguing matchups for Wednesday and I’ve picked out three value plays while breaking down the betting market for every match.

Champions League Season Record: 4-3-1 (+0.90 units)

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Tottenham at PSV (12:55 p.m. ET on TNT and Univision)
Moneylines: Tottenham (+115), PSV (+250), Draw (+260)
Total: 3 (u-125)

The betting market for this game is very similar to Young Boys-Valencia on Tuesday. The public is heavy on the road side, Tottenham, yet the odds have moved toward the home underdog, PSV.

Despite more than 70% of bets on Spurs, they’ve shifted from -105 to +115 since opening. Neither team has any points in the Group B yet, and Tottenham will certainly feel the pressure to get all three.

Tottenham are dealing with a couple injuries and the contrarian angle screams PSV +0.5 goals, but I believe Spurs will find a way to get the win in desperation.



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