The UEFA Champions League return leg games resumes with Tottenham Hotspurs looking to come back from a 1-0 home loss to Leipzig. In the other game of the day Atlanta will be playing Valencia without their fans because of the recent case of coronavirus which has spread in Italy like wild fire. We will be giving you analysis and then make predictions for the game.
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UEFA Champions League return leg Games with Prediction
Red Bull Leipzig vs Tottenham Hotspur
After drawing 1-1 with Burnley in the English Premier League Matchday 29, Jose Mourinho troops will be facing in form Red Bull Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League return leg. The visitiors are not in the best of form of late with their key players still nursing injury.
Harry Kane and Son are still out of the squad and so their hope will be on Brazilian play maker Lucas Moura to lead the front line. The Red Bulls did well to take advantage of the fact that Heung-Min Son and Harry Kane were sidelined with injury, and, grab a first-leg win over them in the Champions League quarter-finals first leg. There are series of injury crisis in the Spurs camp which clearly shows they are low on confidence ahead of the game.
The Bundesliga side are in top form this season and we do believe Jose Mourinho’s troops will be able to spoil the party for the them. Tottenham have been struggling to find their form of late and since their skipper Harry Kane and Son are still in the recovery room we think a bet on the away team will be a waste of bet our bet will be for the home side. We do believe Leipzig will be smiling at the end of the final whistle at the Red Bull Arena in the Champions League last 16, return leg.
Valencia vs Atlanta
Valencia had a disappointing first leg UEFA Champions League game against Atlanta, they lost 4-1 in the first leg of the game. They will now look to carry out a revenge mission on the Italian as they welcome the Italians in the UEFA Champions League return leg. Valencia have no other choice but to go all out at the Orobici Stadium in the Champions League last 16, return leg.
They recorded a home over Real Betis in the in their last home game in La Liga, but overcome the three-goal deficit in the tie against Atalanta is easier said than done. Anyhow, we predict that Valencia will find the net in Tuesday’s football match as they are a real force to be reckoned with at home. The home team will Colombian attacker Duvan Zapata to worry for.
The Serie A outfit, on the other hand, have been scoring goals for fun in the Italian top flight this season, with the team rolling over Lecce 7-2 in their last away game. Yet another high-scoring affair is on the horizon, and we believe that punters can find value in betting on over 2.5 goals. Anyhow, the visitors are closer to making it to the quarter-finals than the hosts. You can also bet on the away team to win or draw. They will be playing without their fans because of the coronavirus preventive measures.