UEFA Champions League 4-Fold – Wednesday

Champions League football continues on Wednesday night with the remaining first round matches taking place across the continent. Three of the English teams in the competition all play on Wednesday, with Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur all in action. In this preview I’ll be forming a 4-Fold bet for you to take advantage of, starting with the game between Feyenoord and Manchester City.

Feyenoord vs Manchester City

Manchester City will be brimming with confidence following their 5-0 demolition of Liverpool at the weekend and Pep Guardiola will be confident that his side can go far in the Champions League this season. On Wednesday night they come up against last season’s Eredivisie Champions, Feyenoord, who have won all four of their domestic games this season. You’d expect Manchester City to have too much for the Dutch side though and I’m predicting a City win in this one.

Liverpool vs Sevilla

The last match that Liverpool played in Europe was against Sevilla back in 2015 when they lost the Europa League Final 3-1 in Basle. Jurgen Klopp’s side will be hoping to exact some revenge when these two sides meet again at Anfield this week. These two sides will be battling for top spot in the group and I’m expecting a closely contested match here. Liverpool were excellent against TSG Hoffenheim at home in the Playoff round, so I’m backing them to just edge this one.

RB Leipzig vs Monaco

RB Leipzig are taking part in their first ever Champions League campaign and they come up against a Monaco side who surprised many in the competition last season. The Monaco team that performed so well last year has been stripped of its parts though and only a couple of the key men from last season remain. In Naby Keita and Timo Werner, RB Leipzig have two quality players and I’m backing them to just edge this one.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Borussia Dortmund

Tottenham Hotspur have a poor record at Wembley Stadium and they will need to change that if they are to have any chance of qualifying from a very tough group containing both Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. They will have a chance to do just that on Wednesday when they take on the German side and I think they will pick up a victory in this one. Now that August is over, Harry Kane has started scoring and if the Premier League top scorer from each of the last two seasons performs on Wednesday night, I think Spurs will win.