Seeley’s Selections – Champions League TuesdayStats
Real Madrid v Liverpool
Two Champions League red-hot favourites are in action in Tuesday night’s live matches and both should have very little trouble in winning.
Real Madrid v Liverpool, 7.45pm, ITV1
First up is the massive clash between defending champions Real Madrid and Liverpool at the Bernabeu.
This is as tough as it gets for Liverpool and it’s no surprise to see the home side just 2/9 to win here with Boylesports.
A fortnight ago they demolished this Reds’ side 3-0 at Anfield and even at 10/1 it’s impossible to make a case for Brendan Rogers’ side in this mission.
Madrid are on fire at the moment, winning their last 11 matches and staggeringly they’ve scored three or more goals in nine of those wins, the other two games they only managed to net twice.
When Madrid win they usually win very well and they’ve won every game in that winning run by at least two goals.
Madrid -2 is a decent way to play in this one at 13/10 with Boylesports as is the Madrid-Madrid half-time/full-time double result at 8/13 which are both better options than the heavy odds on them just to win.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted the opener at Anfield and the Portuguese superstar has netted in his last 12 games for the European Champions.
He’s just 2/1 to score the opener on Tuesday and only 3/10 to net at anytime in the 90-minute but I’m confident he will do but I couldn’t touch him at those prices.
Liverpool on the other side can’t score goals, without Luis Suarez and the injured Daniel Sturridge they have had three shut-outs in their last four matches and the home side to win to nil looks another way of getting with them at a tasty 7/5 with Boylesports.
Madrid -2 @ 13/10
Madrid To Win To Nil @ 7/5
Arsenal v Anderlecht, 7.45pm, Sky Sports 5
Arsenal should book their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League with a very comfortable night expected at the Emirates against Anderlecht.
The Gunners’ produced a late, late show in Belgium a fortnight ago trailing 1-0 with two goals in the last two minutes to give them a crucial win and turn Group D on it’s head.
Boylesports are taking no chances this time around with the home side available at just 1/3 to get the win required.
I do like the Gunners’ to win and to win in some style and again I’m going to get involved on the -2 handicap market at 21/10 with Boylesports.
They eased past Burnley at the weekend 3-0 and the main man for the Gunners’ again was is Alexis Sanchez whose brace was his fifth goal in his last four matches for the Gunners.
At 10/3 to open the scoring on Tuesday that has to be taken and remember “Double Bubble” if your first goalscorer nets inside the first 20 minutes. Boylesports will double the odds on your winning selection.
With goals expected and early, this looks a great game to get involved in that offer and hopefully land a juicy 20/3 payout.
Anderlecht know they need a miracle to qualify for the knock-out stages and they are 8/1 with Boylesports to start it with a win in North London, but nobody could get involved in that.
They had their chance in the last meeting against an injury depleted Arsenal side and now with all the big guns returning it’s going to be a tough night for the Belgium Champions.
I can see the Gunners’ cruising through to the knock-stages by a 3-0 scoreline again which is available at 8/1 with Boylesports.
Arsenal -2 @ 21/10
Sanchez First Goal @ 10/3
Arsenal 3-0 @ 8/1