Tuesday UEFA Champions League Predictions: +827 three-game parlay picks
The UEFA Champions League continues on Tuesday with eight more games as the group stage comes to a close. We’ve looked at all the day’s big games and picked out a three-team parlay that pays +827 with DraftKings – more than 8/1.
Here is Tuesday’s free Champions League parlay picks. Feel free to add, subtract or mix and match plays which you like, and be sure to check out our other soccer picks.
Lazio to beat Club Brugge – Money Line and both teams to score (+220), 12:55 p.m ET
This is a matchup with plenty riding on it as Lazio needs a tie against Club Brugge to make it through to the last 16. However, a road win for the Belgians will see them qualify.
It should make for a fascinating game with Lazio fancied to win a high-scoring shootout in which Brugge can play their part.
Lazio has won both of their home games so far 3-1 — against Borussia Dortmund and Zenit St Petersburg — and tied their three road games 1-1.
That means no shutouts in Group F and their run without one has stretched to 16 Champions League matches, including each of the last eight at home.
Ciro Immobile, who has scored in his last eight games, is a major offensive threat for Lazio, but even domestically Lazio usually concedes. They have two shutouts in 14 games.
Dynamo Kiev to beat Ferencvaros – Money Line (-124), 3 p.m ET
Admittedly this is not the glamour game of the day in the Uefa Champions League, but it is an important one. The winner will go through to the Europa League, although a tie will be enough for Dynamo Kiev unless the score is 3-3 or higher.
This will be an emotional occasion for one of Dynamo Kiev’s favorite sons as Sergei Rebrov, who formed part of a deadly double act with Andriy Shevchenko, returns to the Ukraine capital as manager of Ferencvaros.
Rebrov has done well, but Kiev was up 2-0 in the first game between the teams before conceding a last-minute leveler and with home advantage should make their class count.
RB Leipzig vs. Manchester United – Over 2.5 goals (-167), 3 p.m ET
There’s a lot of mismatches in matchday six of the UCL and therefore it may pay to stick to a closer game where the total can go over. That looks the case when Leipzig welcome Manchester United to Germany.
Both teams will expect PSG to beat Istanbul Basaksehir, which means this is virtually a knockout tie before the knockouts. It’s win and you’re in for Leipzig and United needs a tie, but are much better on offense than defense.
That was shown on Saturday in the EPL as they came from behind to beat West Ham 3-1 with Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes influential, along with Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford.
United’s pace will be tough to stop — they beat Leipzig 5-0 in Manchester — but Julian Nagelsmann’s team are much better than they showed on that occasion.
Leipzig had a 3-3 tie with European champions Bayern Munich on Saturday and can play their part in another exciting 90 minutes.