💰 Tonight's best Champions League bets in one place
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💰 Tonight's best Champions League bets in one place

Get our football experts' best bets for tonight's Champions League action.

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💰 Recommended bets

  • Bayern Munich to win vs Dynamo
  • BTTS in Barcelona vs Benfica
  • BTTS in Villarreal vs Man United
  • Under 3.5 Goals in Chelsea vs Juventus

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Dynamo Kyiv vs Bayern Munich

Bayern will win this group if they secure a point in Kyiv and they'll likely rotate their strong, large squad here ahead of a busy Christmas. Even so, they should be strong enough to beat a Dynamo side with just a single point after four matchdays. They've also failed to score a single goal so far in the group.

Barcelona vs Benfica

Barcelona has won consecutive games in this group after losing their first two, putting their qualification hopes back in their hands ahead of matchday 5. The Catalans will have revenge on their minds after a 3-0 mauling away to Benfica in the reverse fixture. A point isn't likely to be enough for the visitors here. As a result, they'll try to express themselves and that should make for an entertaining tie.

Villarreal vs Man United

Villarreal will have revenge on their minds after they lost courtesy of a stoppage-time Cristiano Ronaldo goal at Old Trafford in the reverse. Since then they've had pretty mixed fortunes in eight subsequent matches (W4 D3 L1), and that lack of consistency sees the Yellow Submarine occupying 12th place in LaLiga. It's all still to play for in this group though and that fact should manifest in a tightly-contested, nervy clash in Spain.

Chelsea vs Juventus

Despite their imperious form in the Premier League, it cannot be ignored that Chelsea has won just three of its last 10 matches against Italian opposition. But, since they were beaten in Turin, Thomas Tuchel's team has appeared almost unstoppable. The Blues have since pocketed W7-D2-L0 across all competitions, conceding only two non-penalty goals. In fact, across league and Champions League action this term, the defending champions have conceded just three non-penalty goals in 24 hours of play.

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