Top 5 Bets for the Week: February 18-20 

 

The Champions League and Europa League is back this week and what a list of fixtures! Check out our Top 5 Bets for the Week: February 18-20. Bet on these games here. 

Borussia Dortmund v PSG - Over 3.5 Goals - 2.00

Dortmund host PSG in this Round of 16 clash on Tuesday night. Thomas Tuchel will be making a return to his former team hoping to snatch a vital away win. Both these teams are two of the highest-scoring teams in Europe. The French side have scored 114 goals in all competitions while the Germans have netted 79. Dortmund’s last five games have seen four or more goals scored. Four of PSG last five games in all competitions have seen Over 3.5 Goals.

Atletico Madrid v Liverpool - Under 2.5 Goals - 1.65

Atlético Madrid welcome high-flying Liverpool at the Wanda Metropolitano in the Champions League on Tuesday night, looking to put an end to their splendid run of form. Eleven of Atletico’s last 15 home games have seen two or fewer goals scored. Seven of the hosts’ last ten home games in this competition have seen Under 2.5 Goals. Seven of the Reds last ten matches have seen two or fewer goals scored. Taking into account Atletico’s reputation as a tough team to beat, this should be a low scoring affair.

Tottenham Hotspur v RB Leipzig - Over 2.5 Goals - 1.65

Veteran Jose Mourinho and youngster Julian Nagelsmann go head to head as their teams, Tottenham and Leipzig, clash in the Champions League knockout round. Eight of Leipzig’s last ten games in this competition have seen at least three goals. All of Spurs’ games in this competition this season have seen Over 2.5 Goals land.

Bayer Leverkusen v Porto - Over 2.5 Goals - 1.85

Established European campaigners Bayer Leverkusen and Porto meet for the first time in their fifth last-32 appearance. All of Leverkusen’s last five games and four of Porto’s last five matches in all competitions have seen at least three goals.

Rangers v Sporting Braga - Both Teams to Score - 1.80

Rangers' first knockout appearance for nine years pits them against Sporting Braga, a side who are unbeaten in ten European games this season. Four of Rangers last five games in this competition have seen both teams find the net while six of Braga’s last eight Europa League matches have seen both teams score.