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The fourth round of Champions League group stage fixtures take place across Tuesday and Wednesday and there are some key games involving teams from the UK.
With Paddy Power now offering bet builders across multiple matches, Tuesday and Wednesday’s Champions League clashes look like the perfect occasion to make the most of that great feature!
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Phil Foden To Score Anytime
MANCHESTER CITY vs Young Boys
Erling Haaland is an injury doubt for Manchester City, and boss Pep Guardiola may opt not to risk the Norwegian forward for the visit of Young Boys even if he is deemed fit as the champions have a healthy lead in Group G.
Phil Foden came off the bench to score for Manchester City against Bournemouth on Saturday – replacing Haaland against the Cherries – and he may well be back in the starting XI against Young Boys. The England international has scored in each of his last two games and can add to his account here.
Callum McGregor To Be Shown A Card
Atletico Madrid vs CELTIC
Celtic’s Callum McGregor has two bookings in 12 league games this season and one in three outings in the Champions League. That yellow card in Europe came in Celtic’s only away game so far in Group E – at Feyenoord – and McGregor has been a bit more physical in this competition, averaging 1.0 fouls-per-game in comparison to 0.6 in the Premiership, so at a fairly big price he looks good value to pick up a card in the Spanish capital.
Giacomo Raspadori To Score Anytime
NAPOLI vs Union Berlin
Napoli are having to look elsewhere for their goals as Victor Osimhen is out injured, and Giacomo Raspadori has taken up the mantle of main goalscorer with aplomb. He scored the winner against Union Berlin last month and has found the net in each of his last three appearances for Napoli.
Union arrive in Italy in woeful form as they have lost each of their l;ast 12 games and went down 3-0 at home to Frankfurt. The German side look there for the taking and Raspadori can take advantage by adding to his account at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
Scott McTominay To Have One Or More Shots On Target
FC Copenhagen vs MANCHESTER UNITED
Scott McTominay has been one of the few Manchester United players to impress in recent weeks and he looks great value to at least test the keeper in Copenhagen on Wednesday. McTominay has three goals in his last four games for United and also saw an effort ruled out at Fulham over the weekend.
McTominay had three shots in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford and when he does try his luck he tends to be accurate – with 80% of his shots on target in the Premier League recorded as on target – so he should be able to force a save or better on Wednesday.
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