The Daily Acca: Reds to be triumphant at Anfield

It's two from the Champions League and one from the Premier League for Paul Robinson this evening, and Paul Robinson's Daily Acca comes in at the 9/1 mark. Here are his selections:

Gunners to score at the Etihad

Bet 1: Back Man City & BTTS @ 7/5 - KO 19:30 GMT
Manchester City will be hurting from their Old Trafford defeat on Sunday, but I expect them to bounce back against Arsenal.
The Gunners have been better under Mikel Arteta, but they still exited the Europa League. An FA Cup win, followed by a 1-0 success over West Ham has put them back on track, however I still have concerns over their defence.
Arsenal are definitely capable of a goal or two at the Etihad, but it's very hard to see them taking any points.

A goal-fest in Paris

Bet 2: Back Over 3.5 Goals in PSG v Dortmund @ 1/1 - KO 20:00 GMT
PSG lost the first leg in Germany, but the score was only 2-1, and that sets this game up to be a bit of a cracker.
We know what to expect from Dortmund - and that is goals. They have scored 68 in 25 Bundesliga matches so far this season, and while they haven't bee quite as prolific in this competition, they now have Erling Håland.
Half a dozen of PSG's last seven fixtures in all competitions have seen this selection land, and the same applies to four of Dortmund's last six on the road.

More Anfield magic for Liverpool

Bet 3: Back Liverpool to Qualify @ 11/10 - KO 20:00 GMT
The Reds are up against it slightly to make it through to the quarter-finals for the third consecutive year, as they lost in Madrid 1-0, which means if they concede, they need to score at least three.
A further problem is that Alisson remains injured, which means Adrian will have to deputise, and he's dropped a couple of clangers as understudy.
The big positive I see though is that Jordan Henderson returns from his injury, and his presence has certainly been missed on the pitch.
Diego Simeone's men will set up to defend - which is what they specialise in - but this is a European night at Anfield, which means Jurgen Klopp's side usually find a way.

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