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Champions League Betting Preview with David Easson, Jon Driscoll and Gavin Hamilton - Tuesday 28th November

Champions League Betting Preview - Tuesday 28th November

Champions League Betting Preview with David Easson, Jon Driscoll and Gavin Hamilton - Tuesday 28th November

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Commentator Jon Driscoll, Gavin Hamilton of Sport Business and Betting Radio’s David Easson look ahead to Tuesday’s Champions League ties.

Jon Driscoll: I am saying that Newcastle will go to PSG, they will play defensively with their long injury list and keep it tight, but not win. I think PSG still win, but I think they’re ragged, inconsistent, but I think there's a bit of value in a narrow relatively low scoring PSG win. For all of that attacking talent, I think that's a bit of a red herring because the inconsistency of the likes of Dembele - I know he did well at the weekend - but rarely puts two good games together. He’s inconsistent within the same bit of action as he can drift past three players and hoof it out for a throw in. I'm going to go a low scoring PSG win over Newcastle.

Gavin Hamilton: I'm going Feyenoord against Atletico. I think there will be goals in this. So I'm looking at a high scoring game and a victory for Feyenoord. They've been very impressive in the Dutch league They have this Argentinian striker, Santiago Gimenez, who scored again at the weekend, in fact he scored a hat trick. So he's in fine form, and I think they've got goals in them. I think Atletico now aren't this sort of tough, resilient team that are going to grind you down and hold out for a clean sheet. I think there are goals in this one. I think goals on both sides. I think there are over 2.5 goals and I think there'll be a home win because they need to win this one to put themselves in a position to finish second and challenge Atletico for the top two places in the group. Feyenoord to win, and there’ll be goals in it.

David Easson: I'm going suggest that Barcelona are going to struggle against Porto at home. Barcelona in perma-crisis as ever and Porto doing particularly well in the Portuguese league. Their away form is very good and it's particularly good in the Champions League as well. So I'm going to say Porto are going to get something from Barcelona. I'm not going to say they're going to go there and win, but I'm going to say Porto on the double chance.

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