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On Wednesday at 9 p.m., Atlético Madrid and Juventus meet in a fascinating encounter, while Manchester City travels to struggling Schalke 04. In the Europa League, Red Bull Salzburg hosts Club Brugge at 6.55 p.m., while KRC Genk looks to overcome Slavia Prague at the Cristal stadium!

Who will shine brightest between two strong defenses?

Atlético Madrid (@2.85) will welcome Italian champions Juventus (@2.85) to the Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday night for the first leg of their last-16 clash in the Champions League. Juve is among the favourites to land the trophy this season, especially with the addition of UCL top-scorer Cristiano Ronaldo. Both teams are known for their impeccable defensive structure, which is evidenced by the fact that no team has conceded fewer goals than them in their respective leagues. Juve is hoping that key defenders Bonucci and Chiellini are back in training and match-fit for the crucial game.

  • Atlético are unbeaten in 12 home UEFA Champions League knockout matches (W7 D5)
  • Juve's record in two-legged ties against Spanish clubs is W9 L7

With little to separate the sides, maybe a ‘Draw’ @3.05 might be worth a shot!

In-form City to topple struggling German side?

Manchester City (@1.28) only lost one game in the Champions League group stages as it topped Group F to qualify for the knockout rounds. Now it travels to face an out of sorts Schalke 04 (@10.00) in Gelsenkirchen. Pep Guardiola’s side have been in exceptional form since their dip in December. City’s busy schedule has seen it play 12 fixtures over various competitions since the New Year, winning 11 times and scoring 46 goals along the way. Schalke has already lost 11 league matches in 2018-19, compared to seven throughout last season, and they are without a win in the last month. The German side scored just six goals in the group stages - the lowest tally among the 16 clubs left in the competition.

  • Schalke is unbeaten in its last nine European home games, winning six of those
  • Man City's Sergio Aguero so far has made 23 goals in all competitions this season

With goals expected here, maybe a bet on ‘Total Goals Over: 3.5’ @2.20 here!

Can Club Brugge hold their advantage against RB Salzburg?

Belgian champions Club Bruges (@6.00) managed to silence their opponents RB Salzburg (@1.55), coming from behind in their first leg to secure a 2-1 win. In beating Salzburg, Bruges inflicted the Austrians a first defeat in their Europa League campaign. The second leg will be interesting, as they go into a must-win clash on a five-game winning run at home in the Europa League. One man that the Bruges defence will need to watch closely will be Israel international Dabour, who has netted 20 goals in all competitions so far this season. All to play for here!

  • Salzburg has won five of its 11 matches against Belgian clubs
  • Bruges remain without a win in their last five UEFA Europa League away fixtures

You can get ‘Club Brugse to qualify after regular time’ @2.15 here!

Belgian leaders KRC Genk to qualify at Slavia Prague’s expense?

The second leg tie between Slavia Prague (@4.10) and KRC Genk (@2.05) will hopefully be more interesting than the first leg match that ended in a dull 0-0 draw. Both sides are leading their domestic leagues despite defeats away to their closest rivals (Club Bruges and Viktoria Plzeň) last weekend. The Belgian side has recorded five wins in their previous six home games in the Europa League. Favourites to go through to the next stage, Genk will want to bounce back from its league defeat to Club Bruges with an impressive performance in front of its supporters.

  • Slavia has won just two of their nine matches against Belgian sides
  • The Czech side have not won knockout tie since 1999/2000

Double your returns with ‘Match Result: KRC Genk’ @2.05 here!
Midweek Multi Bet: with a full schedule of fixtures going ahead in the Europa League, we have picked out a tasty-looking 4-match multi bet with great value @13.40. Wins for Valencia (versus Celtic Glasgow), Villarreal (versus Sporting CP), Zenit Saint Petersburg (versus Fenerbahçe) and Dynamo Kiev (versus Olympiacos Piraeus) will return you €134 from a €10 bet.

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