Champions League Betting Tips – Matchday 5

Champions League Betting Tips - Matchday 5

We offer our unbiased, free Champions League tips, which are updated every game week.

In the last round, the luck was not on our side as we got 1/3, but the analyses prove that we can do better this time. I was hoping you could take a look at my predictions here at Cometoplay.

These are our top 3 tips for this week, but keep in mind that the odds are always subject to change.

Champions League Betting TIps
Selection and Best Odds
Bookmaker

23.11.2021
Chelsea vs Juventus

Juventus or Draw
2/9 (2.1)

23.11.2021
Sevilla vs Wolfsburg

BTTS and Over 2.5
7/5 (2.4)

24.11.2021
Atletico Madrid vs Milan

Atletico Madrid to win and Over 2.5
6/4 (2.5)

Tip 1 – Chelsea vs Juventus – Juventus or Draw

Both Chelsea and Juventus are in fine form in their home competitions before this match. However, Juventus are already through to the last 16 and only need a point to secure to top the group. Chelsea also needs a point to get past the group but will definitely want to finish first, but will be without Lukaku and Werner, and have a tough match this weekend against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

Tip 2 – Sevilla vs Wolfsburg – BTTS and Over 2.5

Sevilla has been underperforming in this year’s Champions League, and this is a must-win game for them if they want to qualify for the next round. Both Sevilla and Wolfsburg were stunned the past weekend, losing to Alaves at home in La Liga and to Arminia Biefield in the Bundesliga. I expect the Spanish side to go all-in on this game, meaning that Wolfsburg will have a lot of space to surprise Sevilla on counter-attacks.

Tip 3 – Atletico Madrid vs Milan – Atletico Madrid to win and Over 2.5

I know that Atletico and goals are not something you’ll hear anytime soon but hear me out. Milan has nothing to lose in this game as they are on the verge of elimination, while Atletico must win this game, and this sort of game is a speciality for Simeone. They will defend as usual but be deadly on counter-attacks, and Milan defence is out of form lately, conceding six goals in their last three matches.

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