What Bettors Should Know for Tuesday’s Champions League Matches

Nov 06, 2018 12:00 AM EST

Reuters. Pictured: Tottenham’s Harry Kane

  • The Champions League enters a pivotal stage with teams playing their fourth of six group games.
  • Tuesday's matches are full of intriguing 3 p.m ET starts including Barcelona-Inter Milan, PSG-Napoli and Dortmund-Atletico Madrid.
  • With several teams needing a victory, there's plenty of value on the board and I've picked out three value plays.

Every club is still alive to advance to the Champions League knockout round, but that could change drastically by Tuesday night.

Several clubs need to secure wins including Tottenham (vs. PSV) and Monaco (vs. Club Brugge), while others would be happy with a draw like Dortmund (at Atletico Madrid) and Barcelona (at Inter Milan).

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

Biggest Line Moves

There’s a lot on the line Tuesday and I’ve picked out three value plays while breaking down the betting market for the entire board

2018-19 Champions League Season Record: 5-5-1 (+1.22 units, 12.2% ROI)

>> All odds and betting percentages as of Monday at 6 p.m. ET. Download The Action Network App to get real-time Champions League updates and track all your bets.

Liverpool at Red Star Belgrade (12:55 p.m. ET on TNT)
Moneylines: Liverpool (-560), Red Star (+1460), Draw (+655)
Total: 3 (o-121)

Liverpool crushed Red Star Belgrade, 4-0, at Anfield just a couple weeks ago, and will be looking to do the same when they travel to Serbia. Their odds of -560 suggest they’ll do just that.

Bettors are either parlaying the Liverpool moneyline, or taking the Liverpool goal line (-2), and those are the only two plays worth making in this match.



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