Both Teams to Score Tips Midweek BTTS Tips 8/9/10th April – A Euro Across The Card Treble

Midweek BTTS Tips 8/9/10th April – A Euro Across The Card Treble

The Champions League is really heating up now we are reaching the latter phases. Teams are desperate for goals in the knockout stages and we have picked three ties we are anticipating both teams scoring. Take a look.

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Dortmund v Real Madrid – 7.45pm Tuesday
Both teams to score odds- 2/5 with BetVictor

The Bundesliga face La Liga as two of Europe’s giants meet to complete their Quarter final tie. Almost everyone will think it is already over after Real Madrid triumphed last week with a 3-0 victory in the Spanish capital and the bookies have Los Blancos favourites once again here.

Dortmund are the last team to beat Real Madrid in the Champions League back in April 2013 and know they are capable of doing it again. The German side will need Robert Lewandowski to play as well as last time when he fired in four goals, if they are to have any sort of chance of a shock and having scored five goals in his last four Champions League games against Real Madrid -the big Pole has got form on his side.

Real Madrid have scored in every single away game they have been involved in this season and after finding the net so freely last week, it is unlikely that Dortmund are going to leave with a clean sheet. A clean sheet appears even more unlikely when you hear that the Spanish Giants last failed to score in Europe’s elite competition back in 2011 and are currently on a 34 game streak of finding the back of the net.

Atletico Madrid v Barcelona- 7.45pm Wednesday
Both teams to score odds – 4/5 with BetVictor

The huge Spanish match up ended in a 1-1 draw between the sides last week at the Nou Camp meaning that Barcelona have to take the game to Atletico as a 0-0 draw would see them exit the competition. A fiery affair which saw eight players booked is likely to be replicated on Wednesday evening as both sides look to gain an advantage in a predictably tight affair.

Atletico will be confident of a Semi Final place based on their home record in Europe this season which has seen them win all four of their ties and scoring 13 goals along the way. In La Liga, Atletico have scored in all but one of their home games this season and are undefeated in their last 17 games. In front of their own fans at least one goal looks on the cards!

Barcelona go into the tie as favourites despite conceding an away goal in last weeks score draw. Since 2003 they boast a record which has seen them win eight and draw seven of their 15 ties in the Quarter Finals, with no defeat in that time and they will be expecting to win here. The Catalan Giants will attack from the start and manager Tata Martino will have them set up to put the game to bed as early as possible. Expect goals

Sevilla v Porto – 8.05pm Thursday
Both teams to score odds – 4/5 with BetVictor

Porto take a 1-0 lead into the second leg, after French defender Eliaquim Mangala struck on 31 minutes last Thursday at the Estadio do Dragao only to then see midfielder Fernando get sent off with minutes to go. Without an away goal Sevilla will need to score plenty here to ensure progression whereas Porto know just one goal will make the task all that harder for the Spanish side.

Sevilla will be coming into the tie confident they can score the goals to get them back into this tie after dispatching Espanyol on Sunday night 4-1 after a brace from Kevin Gameiro. Gameiro has formed a strong partnership with Carlos Bacca and goals haven’t been a problem until last Thursday. Sevilla coach Unai Emery rested Ivan Rakitic against Espanyol but brought the 26-year-old on for a cameo appearance which result in a goal and the Croatian will be raring to go here as he looks to add to his 17 for the season. Sunday’s victory shows that when they perform the goals flow and I expect the second leg to see a lot more than the one we got in Portugal.

This game is unlikely to finish 1-0 and Porto will be well aware that an away goal is likely to be needed if they are to make the draw for the Semi Final. In striker Jackson Martinez they have a man who knows where the net is. Europe’s biggest clubs are looking at the Colombian and a big World Cup for Martinez could see him making a huge move. Manager Luis Castro, is under pressure to win the competition after a dire season domestically with Benfica running away with the league and nothing but qualification here will do. I cannot see Sevilla not scoring, therefore Porto will need a goal.

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