COPYBET ACCA 25-26 October 2022

COPYBET ACCA 25-26 October 2022

25-26 October 2022

Attention turns to the Champions League this week ahead of the penultimate set of fixtures in the group stages of Europe’s premier club competition.

With qualification battles still to be resolved in all eight groups, there’s plenty to play for and we’ve picked out a 10/1 fivefold accumulator that will add even more entertainment to your midweek football viewing.

Back Both Teams To Score @ 5/8

Celtic VS Shakhtar Donetsk – Tuesday, October 25, 20.00

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Celtic have been scoring goals for fun in domestic competitions this season, racking up 47 in 13 matches, including 14 in their last three games. But The Hoops have found life much more difficult in the Champions League where they have netted just twice in four outings and have a solitary point to their name.

Ange Postecoglou’s men did manage a credible 1-1 draw away in Donetsk last month though and roared on by a vociferous home crowd at Celtic Park, we’re backing Celtic to get on the scoresheet against the same opponents on Tuesday night.

Visitors Shakhtar still have a good chance to qualify for the knockout stages and will see this fixture as a must-win. So you can expect plenty of attacking intent from the Ukrainians and both teams to score at 5/8 looks a solid bet for the accumulator.

Back PSG to win and +3.5 goals @ 3/4

Paris St Germain VS Maccabi Haifa – Tuesday, October 25, 20.00

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PSG and Benfica are locked on eight points each at the top of Group H as both look to avoid a second-place finish and the likely tougher Last 16 tie that would present.

The French champions remain unbeaten in all competitions so far this season and while they’ve not been at their scintillating best, they have the goalscoring threats to outscore anyone.

Kylian Mbappe has three in his last three games and together with Neymar and a certain Lionel Messi, PSG could run riot against their Israeli opponents in Paris.


Inter Milan to win @ 1/9

Inter Milan VS Viktoria Plzen – Wednesday, October 26, 17.45

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In a daunting group with both Bayern Munich and Barcelona, Inter Milan have amassed seven points to date and put themselves in a great position to qualify in second place behind the Germans.

Victory against the group whipping boys Viktoria Plzen is a must though if the Italians are to give themselves a margin for error ahead of a trip to Munich in their final match.

Spearheaded by inform striker Latuaro Martinez who has four in his last three games, Inter should have far too much for their Czech opponents who they beat 2-0 away from home in September.

Add Inter to win to your Champions League Acca.

Back Napoli to win with a -1 handicap @ 2/7

Napoli VS Glasgow Rangers – Wednesday, October 26, 20.00

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Napoli have arguably been the standout team so far in this season’s Champions League. Luciano Spalletti’s side have won four out of four, scoring 17 goals in the process and dismantling Liverpool along the way.

The Italians need one more win to guarantee top spot in Group A and given the ease with which they ran out 3-0 winners in Glasgow last month, they will fancy their chances of finishing the job against the same opponents in Naples on Wednesday.

Rangers have had a torrid campaign, losing all four matches and scoring just once. Last season’s losing Europa League finalists look out of their depth in the Champions League and we think Napoli will win this one even with a one goal deficit.

Back Tottenham to win and both teams to score @ 9/5

Tottenham VS Sporting Lisbon – Wednesday October 26, 20.00

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Back-to-back defeats have made it a week to forget for Tottenham and the North London side will be desperate to return to winning ways on Wednesday night.

Spurs currently top Group D and have their fate in their own hands ahead of the visit of Sporting Lisbon. The Portuguese prevailed 2-0 in Lisbon when the sides met earlier in the campaign but Tottenham’s home advantage should make the difference this time around.

Having picked up two wins out of two at home against Marseille and Eintracht Frankfurt, Harry Kane and co can guarantee a place in the knockout stages with a third victory here. But it’s unlikely to be plain sailing. Sporting have only failed to score in two of their last 11 matches in all competitions and needing a positive result themselves, they’ll pose an attacking threat.

Take Spurs to come out on top in a game of goals in London.