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Wednesday Night's Football - 7/3/18

2018-03-06 15:00:00

City look to seal their place in the Champions League quarter-finals, while Spurs face a much tougher task against the might of Juventus at Wembley. Along with a quick look at an important game in the Championship’s race for promotion, it’s our preview of Wednesday night’s football!

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Manchester City v Basel


Wednesday, 19:45 UK time
Champions League
Like the Liverpool game on Tuesday night, it’s hard to predict such an encounter when it seems all but over from the first leg. This City team is just too good this season, though. You’ve always got to fancy them to win. As is reflected in the low price of around 1/7, at present.
City -2 is 11/10 on bet365 and may well be one of the best options if you are looking to have a wager on this game.
Gabriel Jesus to score at anytime is 4/5 on bet365 right now. He has just returned from injury and will be itching to get back in Guardiola’s first-team plans as we enter the final months of the season. He will most likely start or at least get 30 minutes of play as this is the ideal situation for Guardiola to build up Jesus’s fitness with some game time.

Spurs v Juventus


Wednesday, 19:45 UK time
Champions League
Remember when Spurs were supposed to be “uncomfortable” at Wembley? Well, they’ve only lost two home games all season. They’ve won their last 7 home games in a row and 13 of their last 15. However, just to make things interesting, Juventus are on a run of ten straight away wins! Juve’s last three games were 1-0 wins and they need to display that typical defensive solidity at Wembley on Wednesday night. It was not evident for the first leg as Spurs dominated in Turin and probably should have won that game. Pochettino has to decide what approach his side will take. Sitting back is always dangerous against any top team, and Juventus are a top team. It may well be a shootout again between Harry Kane and Gonzalo Higuain to decide who progresses to the quarter-finals.
Suggested bets here are Spurs to win and both teams to score, currently 7/2 on bet365 and/or a draw which is 5/2 on Unibet.

Leeds v Wolves


Wednesday, 19:45 UK time
Championship
With 12 league games remaining, Wolves look to have almost certainly secured their return to the Premier League. The Molineux leads the Championship, six points clear of Cardiff City, before tonight’s game.
For Leeds, it has been very much a stop-start season and today they are eight points off the play-off places. Paul Heckingbottom took charge at Elland Road one month ago so it still remains to be seen what levels of performance he will be able to encourage from his Yorkshire team.
Wolves won 4-1 at home to Leeds in the return fixture back in November. I’m expecting plenty of goals in this game. With 4 of Leeds’ last 5 games having over 2.5 goals and 3 of Wolves’ last 5 games having over 2.5 goals, the stats are pointing towards this to be a good bet. Also, 3 of the last 5 meetings between these two teams have had over 2.5 goals in the game. The price on Unibet at the moment is 13/10. Well worth a punt!


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