Tips for Champions League and Championship
Man City 1.392/5 v RB Leipzig 9.417/2, the Draw 5.69/2
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Dave Tindall says: "It's tempting to put Christopher Nkunku up as a goalscorer bet given that he once scored a hat-trick at the Etihad. Only Lionel Messi has ever pulled off that same feat!
However, the Chelsea-bound frontman hasn't scored since early November, firing blanks in all four matches since he returned from injury in February. So I'll play the obvious route and use Erling Haaland for my Bet Builder.
"Even prolific scorers need to keep the confidence high so bagging the winner from the spot against Crystal Palace at the weekend was perfect timing after a slightly flat run of two in his previous eight.
"Haaland is certainly a beast in this tournament as shown by 17 goals in his last 11 home matches. That's a combined tally in a City/Dortmund shirt."
Porto 2.8815/8 v Inter 2.767/4, the Draw 3.412/5
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Andy Schooler: "There were no fewer than 28 fouls in the first leg of this Champions League last-16 tie, well above the competition average of 21.43 per game.
"With Inter holding a slender 1-0 lead, there's still a huge amount at stake as the sides head into the second leg.
"Throw in a referee, Szymon Marciniak, whose fouls average is up at 23 in the Champions League this season, and another high foul count can be expected.
"Therefore, let's look at the player fouls market where the value looks to lie with the hosts' Pepe Aquino."
Millwall 1.9720/21 v Swansea 4.67/2, the Draw 3.613/5
Jack Critchley says: "Millwall are happily camped within a congested top six and Lions boss Gary Rowett will view this match as an opportunity to continue their recent momentum.
"They've lost just one of their last six and were good value for their 1-0 success on Saturday. Uncharacteristically, the hosts haven't kept a clean sheet at this venue since January 1st, although recent visitors have included Burnley and Norwich.
"Despite taking the lead in the first half, Swansea were defeated by in-form Middlesbrough at the weekend. Russell Martin's side continue to struggle and have failed to defend set-pieces on multiple occasions."
Paul Robinson says: "Coventry will be kicking themselves for dropping two points at home to Hull on Saturday, but I have to back them at odds-against to win at Wigan this evening.
"The Latics are bottom of the Championship, and winless in six. Shaun Maloney's men have lost their last two to nil, and although they were away from home, they are vastly inferior to the Sky Blues.
"The visitors are unbeaten in seven, and have taken seven points from their last three on their travels - scoring a total of six goals and conceding none."
Middlesbrough 1.910/11 v Stoke 4.77/2, the Draw 3.814/5
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Mark O'Haire says: "Middlesbrough are the second-best performing side in the Championship since Michael Carrick took charge with Boro posting W15-D1-L3 since the start of November.
The Teessiders have proven particularly prolific at The Riverside, returning W7-D2-L0 in league action here, winning each of their last seven matches as hosts in league action.
"Stoke arrive having bagged successive away triumphs, scoring eight goals in the process - one more than the Potters had notched in their previous eight encounters combined. City haven't picked up three consecutive wins on the road since 2005 and have managed only W1-D1-L5 when travelling to top-10 opposition this term."