Champions League holders Chelsea will be hosting Lille in the first leg of the last 16 at Stamford Bridge. Sounds like an easier fixture for the Blues and have a high chance of proceeding to the next stage.
TopbetsKE picks the top five betting fixtures you can place your money on plus extra two tips for our readers.
Chelsea vs Lille OSC
The Blues return to action on Tuesday in the Champions League having struggled to beat Crystal Palace over the weekend.
This will be the third competitive match between the two teams having met in 2019, with Chelsea winning 2-1 in both legs, 4-2 on aggregate.
Lille haven’t done so well in their domestic league, and have won four matches in their last ten matches in all competitions.
Thomas Tuchel men remain the favorites ahead of the first leg and you can back on them to beat Lille.
Tip: Chelsea win
Reading vs Birmingham City
In the Championship, Reading host Birmingham City at Madejski Stadium. Reading are just six points above the relegation zone and another loss for them will see them edge closer to the axe.
On the other end, Birmingham have picked four points from a possible six in their last two matches of the domestic league. Matches between these two teams always produce goals galore.
Well, in their last five meetings, at least three goals have been scored with both side failing to keep a clean sheet.
Tip: Over 2.5 / BTTS
Below are our top five betting fixtures for Tuesday;
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