Groups A-D of the Champions League reach their conclusions on Tuesday evening, while there is also plenty of Championship action to get stuck into with no less than four games taking place.
Here is a fourfold accumulator on both teams to score.
- Coventry City vs Blackburn Rovers – Yes @ 4/5
- Liverpool vs Napoli – Yes @ 1/2
- Sporting vs Eintracht Frankfurt – Yes @ 4/6
- Rangers vs Ajax – Yes @ 8/15
Four-fold @ 6/1
Coventry City vs Blackburn Rovers – Yes @ 4/5
Coventry have enjoyed a solid revival over the past month, losing just two of their last 10 matches to climb off the foot of the Championship table and to within touching distance of getting out of the relegation zone.
The Sky Blues have scored in each of their last five assignments, netting seven times in total, but they have also conceded four in their last two outings and they may struggle to contain a confident Rovers side.
Blackburn have won four on the spin to sit second in the standings and they have only failed to score in one of their last six contests. Tuesday’s clash has the promise of plenty of goals.
Liverpool vs Napoli – Yes @ 1/2
Liverpool need a heavy home victory over Napoli to secure top spot in Group A of the Champions League and the Reds are sure to give it a good go, despite the former Premier League champions struggling for consistency this season.
While underwhelming domestically, Jurgen Klopp’s troops have looked much better in Europe and they have scored 15 goals from their five matches, with 10 of those coming across the recent wins over Rangers and Ajax.
The Reds have scored in each of their last 16 competitive matches at Anfield – the last time they failed to find the back of the net was back in March – but they have shown frailties at the back and this was evident during Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Leeds United.
Napoli have been an attacking force in Europe and their tally of 20 goals is the best in the competition thus far, while they also lead Serie A’s scoring charts with 30 goals from 12 matches.
Sporting vs Eintracht Frankfurt – Yes @ 4/6
Both Sporting and Eintracht have a chance to finish in the top two in Group D and this should make for an entertaining encounter in Portugal, with both teams well-accustomed to finding the back of the net.
Sporting have netted seven times from five group games and have only failed to score in one of those encounters, while Eintracht have scored three times from their two away matches in Europe.
Rangers vs Ajax – Yes @ 8/15
Neither Rangers or Ajax can qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League, with the Scottish giants bottom of the standings, three points behind their Dutch counterparts and only a big win would see them finish above the Amsterdam club.
However, that doesn’t mean this won’t be an entertaining clash at Ibrox, given the fact the Gers have conceded 19 goals – the second-worst record in the competition – and Ajax’s defence has been breached 15 times.
Rangers still have pride to play for, as they bid avoid finishing the group with no points, while they warmed up for this with a 4-1 home thumping of Aberdeen, while Ajax have scored in each of their last 25 away games across all competitions.