Written 24th November 2020
Champions League Betting Tips - 24th November
We’re into the second half of the Champions League groups tonight, as groups E, F, G and H kick-off matchday 4. Whilst Chelsea and Barcelona are dominating their groups, groups F and H look as close as possible, and we’ll definitely be paying attention to them tonight. For the latest football betting odds for all Champions League matches, make sure to bet online with Bet UK, where you can also find live betting odds during all European matches. Make sure to head over to our promotions page for the latest free bets and offers available. You can also take a look at our latest Champions League betting tips for a look at the upcoming round of fixtures.
After watching Man United play away at Basaksehir, you would be forgiven for avoiding this fixture. But, Solskjaer’s side have a point to prove, and they’ve already shown what they can do at Old Trafford in Europe. In their only home Champions League game this season, they put five past a strong RB Leipzig side. Marcus Rashford scored a hattrick that night and will be full of confidence after an excellent recent run. Add Bruno Fernandes’ penalty habits to that mix, and there’ll be plenty of chances for Man United. It’s also unlikely that we see a defensive effort from Basaksehir similar to their last match up. At Old Trafford, United should be able to easily break them down and earn a much needed 3 points in Group H.
Erling Haaland was announced as the 2020 European Golden Boy at the weekend, an award given to the most promising young player across the European leagues. On the same day, Haaland added to his incredible scoring record with four goals away at Hertha Berlin. That makes it 15 goals in 12 games so far this season, and there have only been three games where Haaland played but did not score. Although Haaland does score plenty domestically, he takes his game to another level in Europe. Since making his Champions League debut last season, he has scored 14 goals in just 11 games. We fully expect him to add to that tally tonight, with at least two goals against Club Brugge. He scored twice in their last meeting, and at the Westfalenstadion, he will be expecting a similar return.
Juventus welcome Ferencvaros to Turin on Tuesday night, three weeks after beating them 4-1 in Hungary. That match was Cristiano Ronaldo’s first European action since recovering from COVID-19 after he missed a 2-0 Barcelona defeat. Ronaldo will surely be determined to put on a show tonight, setting up a final matchday against Barcelona to decide top place in Group G. Alongside Paolo Dybala and an in-form Alvaro Morata, Juventus will have plenty of firepower. Given Ferencvaros’ defensive performances in Europe so far, we could see plenty of goals flying in. The Hungarian champions have conceded 11 goals in 3 games so far, including a 5-1 defeat at Barcelona in their one away game so far. With Juventus able to wrap up qualification to the next round, expect them to put Ferencvaros to the sword quickly tonight.