After 20 long, cold days the Champions League is back to warm up our lives tonight in what’s a massive European evening for English clubs.
A win for Leicester City will guarantee another special night at the King Power Stadium, while Spurs travel to France scrapping for their survival in the competition.
Some of the giants of European football are in action as well, so we decided to research a nifty acca so you don’t have too.
We believe in our punt, which could deliver at 36/1. So let’s tell you all about it!
Thank goodness for the Champions League if you’re a Leicester supporter, because their defence of the Premier League has been nothing other than a shambles.
The Foxes are without a win in the league for a month, but luckily for Claudio Ranieri’s men their Champions League run has been almost faultless. Three wins and a draw have them sitting pretty on top of Group G, having not conceded a goal in four games to date.
You’d expect Ranieri’s luck should hold tonight as well, as their opponents Club Brugge have been utterly hopeless in their campaign so far. The Belgian’s have lost every Champions League contest they’ve competed in this season and have only managed a single goal to date.
Despite the Foxes stuttering form of late you’d have to expect them to pick up the win tonight at .
There is no other way to describe this one for Spurs, tonight’s game in the principality of Monaco is do-or-die for the North Londoners.
Two ‘home’ losses at Wembley have them behind the proverbial eight ball in terms of qualification for the knockout phase. One of those defeats came at the hands of tonight’s opponents Monaco, however a victory Mauricio Pochettino’s outfit tonight would bring them right back into the reckoning, as they lay four points adrift in Group E.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 22, 2016
With Kane now fully back from injury, we expect Spurs to rise to the challenge and land the second leg of our acca at .
Our bet of the night comes in the shape of FC Copenhagen at in their home tie with Porto.
This contest comes from Leicester’s group and only two points separate the sides behind the Foxes. Copenhagen picked off a very creditable draw at Porto at the start of the campaign and unbeaten at home in over 15 months, so where’s punting for the Danes.
Lisbon is out next port of call for the meeting of Sporting Lisbon and Real Madrid, as Cristiano Ronaldo returns home to where it all began for him.
Madrid just need a point from Estádio José Alvalade to progress to the next round, but they oozed class in the weekend’s 3-0 victory over city rivals Atlético and we’re going to grab them to win at .
The final leg of our acca comes Croatia as struggle Dinamo Zagreb face up to Olympique Lyonnais.
Honestly, there’s no case to make for the home side here as they’ve loss all their Champions League games without scoring and were spanked 3-0 at Lyon in the opening game. So the Frenchmen close out our punt at .