Juventus host Villarreal on Wednesday in the second leg of Champions League last 16 aiming to advance to the quarters.
TopbetsKE picks the top five betting fixtures you can place your money on plus extra two tips for our readers.
Juventus vs Villarreal
Villarreal forced a 1-1 draw against Juventus at home and will be keen to replicate the same performance in Italy. Juventus are unbeaten in their last ten matches in all competitions, winning six times while settling for four draws in the process.
On the other end, Villarreal have tasted defeat twice in their last ten matches, picking five wins while registering three draws.
This will be the second competitive match between the two sides and we are backing Juventus to register a win at home.
Tip: Juventus win / Over 1.5
Lille vs Chelsea
Chelsea have an advantage heading into the second leg having picked a 2-0 victory at Stamford Bridge a fortnight ago. Lille have failed to beat Chelsa in all their last three Champions League meeting, conceding two goals in all the matches.
Since their loss to Liverpool in the EFL Cup, Thomas Tuchel’s men have picked four straight wins, the most recent being a 1-0 victory over Newcastle United on Sunday.
Without a doubt, the Blues remain favorites heading to the tie and we are backing them to secure a win and advance to the last eight of the current tournament.
Tip: Chelsea win/ Over 1.5
Below are our top five betting fixtures for Wednesday;
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