TWO whole months.
That’s how long we’ve been without the Champions League’s warm embrace.
And it’s fair to say it’s back with a BANG tonight as holders Liverpool head to Atletico, while Dortmund and PSG could genuinely finish 7-7. Worth a quid, surely?
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Let’s get stuck in then. Here’s two shiny offers that have got our juices flowing:
- ROBERTO FIRMINO TO GET 1+ ASSISTS AGAINST ATLETICO, 6/1 WITH BETWAY (CLICK HERE TO GET THAT OFFER) – Firmino has Salah and Mane either side of him and is their key cog.
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Keen Spurs watchers this season will know that Jose Mourinho is establishing a very un-Jose Mourinho like team in north London.
Yes it’s out with the stodgy, defence-orientated performances and in with the exhilarating rollercoaster displays.
And that was no different in that dramatic 3-2 win at Villa Park on Sunday.
Spurs have kept just three clean sheets in 20 games under Jose and 3-2 is indeed their most common scoreline under the Special One.
So to anyone who backed them to win and both teams to score; well played my friends.
A case of close but no cigar.
Last weekend brought our second Dream Team enhanced treble with Betway, backing the most selected fantasy football strikers from three specific Premier League games to score anytime.
They were Danny Ings (v Burnley), Mo Salah (v Norwich) and Heung-min Son (v Aston Villa), and of all people it was the Egyptian King who denied us a tidy 7/1 treble.
With the Premier League back to it’s normal schedule this weekend expect an even more enticing treble to get stuck into.
UP THE TICS
There really is never a dull moment with the Mighty Tics.
Sure they’re three points adrift of Championship safety, but their last two games have been end-to-end 2-2 draws with Middlesbrough and Cardiff respectively.
They’ve taken the lead in both of those games which isn’t healthy for our bet, but just the fact they’re finding the net has to be an encouragement.
No midweek game for Paul Cook’s boys, but they go again against Millwall on Saturday.