There is more Champions League action on Wednesday and both Manchester clubs are in action – plus there is a tasty meeting between two former competition winners in Amsterdam.
Valencia v Manchester United – 1-1 draw @ 11/2
Despite beating Fulham 4-1 at the weekend, United’s season does little to suggest they can maintain their form away at Valencia.
The pair’s stalemate in October was yet another case of Jose Mourinho setting his side out not to lose, rather than to win.
United have already sealed their progression from Group H and round off their campaign against a team who are real draw specialists.
Valencia have drawn 1-1 five times at home this season, most recently at the weekend against Sevilla, and while a share of the points outright is 47/20, being more precise with the scoreline could prove more profitable.
Man City to win and both to score @ 21/20
Manchester City have also already progressed and need to avoid defeat against Hoffenheim to seal top spot in Group F.
The Citizens, who will want a response after losing 2-0 at Chelsea on Saturday, face a team looking to book a Europa League spot, having lost 3-2 in stoppage to Shakhtar Donetsk on Matchday 5.
Die Kraichgauer drew 2-2 at Wolfsburg over the weekend and always seem to give teams a chance, keeping just one clean sheet all season, but they have netted two or more in 10 of their last 11.
However, while Hoffenheim will not shy away from their task, City look a class above and after winning 2-1 in Germany, a repeat victory with goals for both sides appears a decent price.
Bayern Munich to win and both to score @ 19/10
The game of the night could be in Amsterdam where Ajax host Bayern Munich, with the Bavarians two points clear in Group E.
October’s 1-1 draw in Germany boosted the hype surrounding the current crop of youngsters playing so well in the Dutch capital – and they arguably should have won at the Allianz Arena after dominating for large swathes of the game.
With 11 straight home wins in the bag, Ajax will be confident. However, Bayern have improved thanks to Niko Kovac’s decision to introduce some fresher faces to his side.
Three straights wins sets them up well and the Bundesliga champions can book top spot by claiming a victory from what should be an entertaining fixture.
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