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On Wednesday at 9 p.m., Ajax Amsterdam hosts defending champion Real Madrid, while Spurs face a tricky visit to Borussia Dortmund. In the Europa League, Club Bruges hosts RB Salzburg, while KRC Genk travels to the Czech Republic to face Slavia Prague on Thursday!

Can Ajax upset the odds against the defending champs?

Real Madrid (@1.90) is seeking a fourth successive Champions League title as it kicks off its knockout stage defence against Ajax (@3.90) in Amsterdam. After a turbulent start to the season, Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last seven matches in all competitions, after coming back into form following arecent draw against Barcelona and an impressive 3-1 win away at rivals Atlético. The Spanish outfit have won on five of their last six visits to the Netherlands and, in their current form, will be confident of picking up an advantage ahead of the return leg at the Bernabeu. Expect plenty of goals in Amsterdam: Ajax have scored 15 times in their last four games, but also conceded 11 in that time.

  • Ajax haven’t reached the quarter-finals of Europe’s top club competition since 2003
  • Real Madrid have only lost six of their last 39 European matches

With goals expected here, maybe a bet on ‘Totals Over: 3.5’ @2.25 here!

A titanic battle in store between Dortmund and Spurs!

Having blown a three-goal lead against Hoffenheim on Saturday, Borussia Dortmund (@3.15) will be determined to get back to winning ways in their Champions League clash against Tottenham Hotspur (@2.30). Dortmund qualified for this stage by finishing top of Group A ahead of Atlético Madrid, while Spurs scraped through Group B by virtue of a superior head-to-head record over Inter Milan. Spurs are grinding results at the minute without influential English duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli. Borussia Dortmund captain Marco Reus will miss the first leg due to a thigh injury. Dortmund and Spurs have two wins each from the four competitive meetings to date.

  • Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund go head-to-head for the fifth time in three years
  • Heung-min Son has netted 14 goals in all competitions this season

Fantastic value on ‘Draw’ @3.55 between two evenly-matched sides!

It’s time for Club Bruges to step up in the Europa League!

After failing to make it to the Champions League last 16, Club Brugse (@3.35) will be aiming to give their supporters a lift when they host Red Bull Salzburg (@2.25) at their Jan Breydelstadion. Red Bull Salzburg cruised through the group stages with a perfect record beating the likes of Celtic, RB Leipzig and Rosenborg. The away side looks set to take down a sixth consecutive crown in Austria with a 14-point lead after 18 games.

  • Club Bruges were undefeated in previous four games in the Champions League
  • Red Bull Salzburg's Moanes Dabour is the top scorer in competition with six goals

Cover yourself with ‘Draw No Bet: Club Bruges’ @2.30 here!

Will it be Czech mate for Genk against Slavia Prague?

Defence goes up against attack as Slavia Prague (@2.50), who only conceded three goals in their six group games in the Europa League, play host to a KRC Genk (@3.00) side that scored fourteen times on their journey to the knockout stage. The form of both teams entering into Thursday’s 1st leg is exactly the same, with each winning five and losing one of their last six matches.

  • Slavia Prague has not won a knockout tie since 1999/00
  • KRC Genk have won six of their last ten European games on the road

Multiply your returns by 2.15 with ‘First Team to Score: KRC Genk’ here!
Midweek Multi Bet: with a full schedule of fixtures going ahead in the Europa League, we have picked out a tasty-looking 3-match multi bet with great value @35.38. Draws between for Lazio – Sevilla, Galatasaray – Benfica and Stade Rennes – Real Betis will return you €353 from a €10 bet.

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