Manchester City will be playing hosts to Sporting CP on Wednesday in the second leg of the Champions League last 16.
TopbetsKE picks the top five betting fixtures you can place your money on plus extra two tips for our readers.
Manchester City vs Sporting CP
Sporting lost 5-0 in the first leg and it means City have one leg in the quarters of this season’s tournament. Pep Guardiola’s men will need at least a draw of a barren draw to make it to the next round.
The Cytizens made it three wins on the spin over the weekend as they beat rivals Manchester United 4-1 at the Etihad. Meanwhile, Sporting bounced back with a 2-0 victory over visiting Arouca to book a final date of the Taça de Portugal.
City are the favourites heading to the clash and remain the favourites to register yet again another huge victory to match to the last four.
Tip: Manchester City win / Over 2.5
Real Madrid vs Paris Saint-Germain
PSG will travel to Santiago Bernabeu with a 1-0 first leg victory hoping to dump the LaLiga champions. In Paris, Kylian Mbappe scored the only goal in the stoppage time as he helped his side claim an important win.
In five of the last six games between the two teams, at least three goals have been produced. The recent match had only a single goal but we expect at least three goals to be scored with the two teams in the hunt for a spot in the quarters.
Tip: Over 2.5
Below are our top five betting fixtures for Wednesday;
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