Real Madrid vs. Liverpool Bet Builder Tips: 20/1 double featuring Vinicius Junior and Trent Alexander-Arnold
Liverpool will need to invoke the spirit of Istanbul and THAT Barcelona comeback when they attempt to overcome a heavy 5-2 first-leg defeat to defending champions Real Madrid.
The fact that the Reds held a 2-0 lead in that match at Anfield makes the shock manner of their collapse even more painful to stomach, however, history tells us that you'd be silly to rule out the six-time Champions League winners, who have reached the final in three of the last five seasons.
Here at BettingOdds, we've picked out two selections to form a 20/1 Bet Builder with BoyleSports.
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Vinícius Junior has been in sparkling form so far this season, netting six goals in seven Champions League games, which puts him joint-third in the goalscoring charts.
Vinicius simply loves playing against Liverpool, scoring five goals in four games against Jurgen Klopp's side.
His most memorable moment was scoring the only goal of the game in last season's Champions League final win last season, which has been followed by a superb brace in last month's 5-2 comeback, while in the last clash at the Bernabeu he bagged a brace in a 3-1 win.
On Wednesday night we're not even after a goal from the winger, instead, we require two Shots On Target (SOT) at 3/1; a bet which has landed in five of his six Champions League starts this season and in each of the last three.
We've teamed this bet up with a card for Trent Alexander-Arnold at 7/2, which takes the Bet Builder to 20/1 with BoyleSports.
Trent has double the amount of Champions League bookings of any other Liverpool or Real Madrid player this season, picking up two yellows in his last four appearances in the competition, while he was booked during a torrid night on his last visit to the Bernabeu.
Trent is likely to be in store for another busy Bernabeu night directly opposite the in-form Vinicius, whose pace, trickery, and movement stung the Liverpool backline in devastating fashion last month.