Tuesday Champions League Predictions - +2623 five-team parlay picks
Soccer’s most illustrious club tournament returns this week as the UEFA Champions League kicks off on Tuesday afternoon with some superb matchups. We’ve looked through all the big games and have come up with a five-team parlay that pays huge odds of +2623 with Draft Kings – more than 26/1.
Let’s get into Tuesday night’s free Champions League parlay picks. Feel free to add, subtract or mix and match plays which you like.
PSG to beat Man Utd – Money Line
Paris St-Germain reached the Champions League final last season and can start this year’s competition in fine style with a comprehensive win over Manchester United.
PSG are unbeaten in their last 24 matches at the Parc des Princes in the Champions League group stage and their offense should prove way too hot for United.
Kylian Mbappe and Neymar offer fantastic forward options for Thomas Tuchel’s team and PSG have now scored in their last 34 UCL matches. If they find the target against United it will break the Champions League record for goals scored in consecutive games set by Real Madrid.
United got back to winning ways on the road at Newcastle on Saturday with a 4-1 victory but they conceded six in defeat to Tottenham and three in a loss to Crystal Palace. Even their 3-2 win over Brighton was lucky as Albion hit the woodwork an amazing five times and those first three games saw 11 goals conceded – United’s worst defense start since 1930.
Leipzig to beat Istanbul Basaksehir – Money Line
Turkish champions Istanbul Basaksehir are in the Champions League group phase for the first time and they are likely to be outclassed. They are generally terrible on the road in Europe, losing nine of 15 away games and conceding 31 goals.
Just once in that time has Basaksehir managed a shutout and this season has started badly with one win in five league games.
Leipzig are top of the Bundesliga despite trading Timo Werner in the offseason and last season’s semifinalists can start with a win.
Sevilla to beat Chelsea – Money Line
Werner now spearheads the Chelsea offense and scored his first Premier League goals of the season in Saturday’s 3-3 tie with Southampton in a game which once again highlighted where the problems lie for the London outfit.
Frank Lampard’s team also conceded three at West Brom earlier in the EPL season and they could struggle to see off counterattacking specialists Sevilla, who won the Europa League last season.
Rennes to beat Krasnodar – Money Line
This will be Rennes’ debut in the European Cup – either in its old format or the Champions League – but they can make up for a lack of experience by beating Krasnodar.
Rennes are unbeaten in Ligue 1 this season whereas Krasnodar are on just 18 points from their opening 11 games of the Russian season, five fewer than this stage last year.
Borussia Dortmund to beat Lazio – Money Line
The magic seems to have gone from Lazio after they messed up a title challenge last season and Borussia Dortmund can win on the road in Rome.
Lazio have conceded four in a loss to Atalanta and three in defeat at Sampdoria. Dortmund’s ace forwards will be licking their chops at the prospect of getting many chances.