Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at the BayArena comes in the form of a draw between Bayer Leverkusen and Club Brugge.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £43 with Bet365.
The final round of fixtures in Champions League Group B is set to see top make the trip to bottom, on Tuesday November 1st.
The clash in question will see Bayer Leverkusen play host to Club Brugge, in a crucial matchup at both ends of the group.
Visitors Brugge, of course, have proven one of the surprise packages of this season’s Champions League campaign to date.
Owing to a remarkable stretch of three wins from three to kick things into gear, the Belgian giants have long booked their spot in the competition’s knockout round.
A recent stutter, however, means that their advancement as group leaders remains under threat.
Owing to a 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Porto in their most recent outing on the continent, Brugge now sit just a point clear of Sergio Conceicao’s troops atop the table.
This means that the Belgians will be out to avoid defeat at all costs on Tuesday, in a bid to avoid being bumped down to runners-up status at the last, and in turn being pitted against a potentially more daunting opponent in the Last-16.
Upcoming hosts Bayer Leverkusen, on the other hand, are fighting for an altogether different goal.
Amid a dismal campaign to date, both in Europe and domestically, the Bundesliga outfit have set their sights on a spot in the Europa League for the 2nd-half of the term.
Bayer currently sit bottom of the Group B table, adrift of Atletico Madrid in 3rd by a solitary point.
This comes after Xabi Alonso’s men clinched a credible share of the spoils at the Wanda Metropolitano last time out, courtesy of goals from star man Moussa Diaby and Chelsea loanee Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Tuesday’s hosts at the BayArena, in turn, will head into proceedings in the knowledge that they require a minimum of a point to have any chance at all of keeping the club’s continental campaign alive beyond the turn of the year.
Sitting in the bottom three in the German top-flight with just two wins on the board from twelve attempts, though, backing Leverkusen to beat anyone at this moment in time looks a risky bet.
We at 101, as a result, have opted for a share of the spoils as the most likely outcome upon the final whistle sounding in North Rhine-Westphalia on Tuesday night.