Before becoming a Sports Journalist for Free Super Tips, Aaron spent three years studying Sports Journalism at the University of Sunderland while taking in the Black Cats' 'glory years' under Martin O'Neill. Now back in Northern Ireland he turns niche stats into predictions for FST, while he's one of the few people on this island who is equally comfortable at Windsor Park and the Aviva.
We’ve already priced up a bet builder for Manchester United vs Copenhagen, but why stop there? 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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Manchester United vs Copenhagen
Marcus Rashford to score or assist
Marcus Rashford has been involved in a goal across each of his last four Champions League appearances at Old Trafford, while he has set up a goal in both matches in this group so far. With their easiest game of the group in prospect against Copenhagen on Tuesday, this looks like a great opportunity for Rashford to make his mark. Having scored in three of his last four home games in Europe, take the England winger to score or assist for the first leg of this bet builder.
Sevilla vs Arsenal
Kai Havertz to be carded
Havertz had a cameo appearance against former club Chelsea at the weekend but the German should get more game time as Mikel Arteta shuffles the pack for their midweek clash with Sevilla. Havertz has started both Champions League games so far for Arsenal, averaging three fouls per game across those two appearances.
The German midfielder has already been booked on three occasions for Arsenal in the Premier League and considering his foul-happy approach in Europe, he’s great value for a card on Tuesday night.
Newcastle vs Borussia Dortmund
Both teams to score
Moving onto Wednesday’s action, Borussia Dortmund head to St James’ Park with Newcastle beating PSG 4-1 in their last European outing. Both teams have scored in six of Dortmund’s last eight trips, while Newcastle’s resolute defence could struggle against the pace and skill that the German side possess. Back both teams to find the net when these two face off.
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Celtic vs Atletico Madrid
Antoine Griezmann to score
After two defeats from two in this group, it’s hard to see how Celtic hold off against a rampant Atletico Madrid side. They will need to find away to contain Antoine Griezmann, who already has eight goals for the campaign.
The Frenchman has scored in five of his last six games for Atletico, including a hat-trick at the weekend against Celta Vigo. With the Spanish side scoring at least twice in each of their last six, they’re creating plenty of chances and right now Griezmann is taking them. Back him to cut through a Celtic defence which tends to struggle at this level.
Young Boys vs Manchester City
Julian Alvarez to score
Alvarez continued his great season for City with a strike against Brighton at the weekend, taking his tally to four for the season in the Premier League alone. The Argentine has scored in both of City’s group games in the Champions League, hitting three goals along the way. This Young Boys side lack the quality to contain the Citizens and with Alvarez operating in a dangerous number 10 role, back him to score anytime.
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