Football Accumulator Tips: 17/1 Goalscorer Treble for Wednesday night's Champions League games
No sooner than it left us, the Champions League returns to our lives with the warm embracing hug that we’re all used to.
In addition to our BTTS Acca for Tuesday’s fixtures, we’re back to peruse through the eight games on offer in Europe’s Premier competition on Wednesday evening. Barcelona vs Bayern, Ajax vs Liverpool, Napoli vs Rangers, we’re being treated to some potential crackers on Matchday Five, and to go with it, we’ve picked out an anytime goalscorer treble.
Champions League Anytime Scorer Treble
Mohammed Kudus vs Liverpool
Starting off with an old favourite. This selection landed in the reverse fixture, with Mohammed Kudus rifling in a fantastic finish in front of the Kop.
Kudus’ stats in the UCL so far are remarkable, with his three shots on target all resulting in goals, which have come from just six shots overall. Ajax will always employ an attacking style at home, which should lead to an open and entertaining game, and the fact that Kudus didn’t score in his previous game against Napoli, his only blank so far, should motivate him to deliver on Wednesday.
Kvicha Kvaratskhelia vs Rangers
We made this selection in our preview for Napoli vs Rangers, so it’s only right that we’re adding it into our treble here. Napoli have scored 16 goals in the group so far, with Rangers themselves conceding a whopping 15. The Gers are five conceded goals away from having the worst group stage record of all-time, should they fail to pick up a point, and we think Kvaradona is going to pile on the misery.
Goals in his last two games, coming against Ajax, proves he’s clearly not shy in front on the net, and the fact that the reverse leg against the Scottish side was his only one without a goal contribution could lead to an inspired performance in Naples.
Robert Lewandowski vs Bayern
Will Robert Lewandowski come back to bite the hand that once fed him? We certainly hope so. It’s been a measly return of only two goals for the Pole so far, but it’s not been for the want of trying. No player has had more shots in the Champions League group stage than Lewandowski (22), who’s four games have seen a return of 6,7,1 and 8 last time out.
The former Bayern man had a fantastic record when facing his old side Dortmund throughout his time in Bavaria, and we’re backing him to round up our treble on Wednesday night.