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With the Champions League group phase just hours away from starting, we’re hoping to cash in on an accumulator backing some of the favourites in the more lop-sides match-ups over the next couple of days.
Coinciding with the arrival of Diego in Turin, Juventus have started the Serie A season with a bang, looking like real title contenders able to battle it out with Inter. Hosting Laurent Blanc’s Bordeaux side on Tuesday night, the Old Lady should have too much guile and experience in the Champions League to let three points slip.
The Premier League’s pnly remaining one-hundred percenters, Chelsea, should have little trouble seeing off all-to-often home-sick Porto at the Bridge, while on Wednesday Arsenal look well-positioned to notch three points against a Standard Liege side missing several of their best players.
At Anfield on Wednesday, Liverpool face a stroll in the park against Hungarian minnow Debrecen. Yossi Benayoun, fresh-faced from his hat-trick against Burnley last weekend, will have cemented his position in Rafa’s first team for the Reds’ first European match of the season, even though rumours persist that the Israeli is not one of Benitez’s more favoured squad members.
With a slight fear over how many minutes Benayoun will be afforded by Benitez, we are hoping to take advantage of 15/8 odds on Yossi scoring during 90 minutes with a Â£1.5 bet. A winning ticket will yield a Â£4.31 return.