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LSB’s top Champions League picks for Wednesday’s fixtures

Attentions turn to the glitz and glamour of the Champions League again this week, where there is a full slate of fixtures to look forward to in football’s most prestigious club competition across Tuesday and Wednesday.

Current European champions Chelsea, tournament favourites Manchester City and traditional heavyweights Bayern Munich, PSG, Juventus and Real Madrid all feature this week in what is a star-studded sporting lineup.

Below, we’ve taken an in-depth look at some of the potentially thrilling contests pencilled in for Wednesday evening, and we’ve found some superb looking Champions League picks and predictions for your betting pleasure.


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Barcelona vs Dynamo Kiev

  • Venue: Camp Nou
  • Kick off time: 12:45 pm EDT
  • Barcelona vs Dynamo Kiev on TV: Paramount+

Barcelona vs Dynamo Kiev pick:

Barcelona to win with a shutout +100 (DraftKings)

After successive defeats in Group E, Barcelona need to pick up the pace to keep their Champions League campaign on track and a home fixture against regular continental strugglers Dynamo Kiev is a huge chance to do just that.

The Ukrainians have scored just one goal in their last five Champions League fixtures and Barca beat them to nil when the sides last met in November last year (4-0). We expect Barcelona to have things all their own way at Camp Nou on Wednesday again and they are a tempting price +100 to record a victory and a shutout.


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Manchester United vs Atalanta

  • Venue: Old Trafford
  • Kick off time: 03:00 pm EDT
  • Manchester United vs Atalanta on TV: Paramount+

Manchester United vs Atalanta pick:

Over 2.5 Goals -195 (DraftKings)

It’s approaching make-or-break time for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United and there is enormous pressure on the Norwegian to deliver a win and a convincing performance against Atalanta at Old Trafford.

La Dea are no pushovers however, and they have the tactical and technical nous to cause their hosts problems. United have looked lacklustre at the back this season and they shipped another four goals against Leicester on Saturday. Atalanta aren’t frightened to attack on the road and over 2.5 goals landed in five of their last six away tussles as a result. Expect a similar outcome when Gian Piero Gasperini’s free-wheeling team visit the Theatre of Dreams.


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Benfica vs Bayern Munich

  • Venue: Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica (da Luz)
  • Kick off time: 03:00 pm EDT
  • Benfica vs Bayern Munich on TV: Paramount+

Benfica vs Bayern Munich pick:

Bayern Munich to score in both halves +100 (DraftKings)

Bayern Munich have been setting a searing pace in Germany and in the Champions League this season and their ability to carve through defences at will make them one of the competition’s most feared outfits.

The relentless Bavarians scored eight times in their first two group fixtures against Barcelona and Dynamo Kiev, hitting the net in each half on both occasions. Indeed, they have notched in both halves in eight of their last nine matches overall and we’re tipping them to repeat that trick in Portugal against Benfica.


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Chelsea vs Malmo

  • Venue: Stamford Bridge
  • Kick off time: 03:00 pm EDT
  • Chelsea vs Malmo on TV: Paramount+

Chelsea vs Malmo pick:

Chelsea to win with a shutout -260 (DraftKings)

A hallmark of Chelsea’s performances since Thomas Tuchel joined the club earlier this year has been their robust defending and the Blues kept another clean sheet at Brentford on Saturday despite being under the cosh against the impressive Bees.

In the Champions League, Chelsea have claimed shutouts in a remarkable ten of their last 15 assignments and in three of their last four continental runouts at Stamford Bridge. Against Group H whipping boys Malmo, the Blues should be able to enhance that record even further.









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