Monday, January 18, 2021

Champions League quick bets

It’s another Champions League quick bets Wednesday and we’ll be throwing you some nice little ACCA’s. You can have whatever you prefer whether that’s a simple short-odds banker, or a more intricate long shot. And we might even throw in some prop-bets if you’re really lucky.

Champions League quick bets: Banker treble

If you like your bets a bit on the vanilla side we’ve got you covered with out banker treble. Wins for RB Leipzig, Borussia Dortmund, and Juventus with net you a reasonable 2.86 at Bet365. Admittedly it’s not sexy, but it is safe and almost the safest way you can make money this Wednesday.

Basaksehir vs. RB Leipzig1.36
Dortmund vs. Lazio1.61
Juventus vs. Dynamo Kiev1.30
No such think as a Champions League Quick Bet Banker….but this is as close as you’ll get

Some of you will probably be wondering if Basaksehir is a team to bet against having beaten Manchester United in their last home game in this group. And the answer is a resounding yes. United handed them both of those goals, and they’ve only managed one other goal in 3 games while shipping 9.

Champions League quick bets: Leipzig in happier days...but they'll win this one
Champions League quick bets: Leipzig in happier days…but they’ll win this one


Feeling punchy? Well it is really the festive season already so I’m with you on that one. Our Champions League quick bets have your back with the festive nuts acca: +2.5 in every game except Krasnodar v Rennes.

With six of the seven odds on, it’s not that long, but the Sevilla v Chelsea game coming in at 2.2 is a nice little multiplier that shouldn’t be ignored. Today is the day where teams need to start to open up their games to try and make the next round, or slide into third for that Thursday night Europa League fest come the New Year.

Basaksehir vs. RB Leipzig1.44
Dortmund vs. Lazio1.57
Club Brugge vs. Zenit1.72
Ferencvarosi vs. Barcelona1.57
Juventus vs. Dynamo Kiev1.72
Man United vs. PSG1.50
Sevilla vs. Chelsea2.20
The +2.5 Festive Nuts ACCA

It comes in at a lovely 33.81, or if you’re not feeling your Sevilla vs. Chelsea vibes take that out and it’s still 15.96

Champions League Quick Bets prop bets

And for a little fun to round out this weeks UCL why not take a peek at these props, and if you’re feeling really frisky you can also stack them in doubles or trebles maybe.

Cristiano Ronaldo to score 3+8.00
Kylian Mappen 3.5+ shots2.10
Bruno Fernandes 0.5+ assists4.50
Ousmane Dembele to score 2+8.00
PSG to win from behind9.00
Champions League quick bets: Mbappe a prop(per) bet
Champions League quick bets: Mbappe a prop(per) bet

All odds are digital, and please, always gamble responsibly. It should only be a bit of fun.

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