Four groups from this season's Champions League will conclude this evening and we've compiled a tasty accumulator from tonight's action which pays nearly 15/2.
Arsenal/Draw double chance v Galatasaray – 4/9
Borussia Dortmund to win v Anderlecht – 1/3
Malmo to score v Olympiakos – Evens
Juventus to win v Atletico Madrid – 6/5
We’ve selected the best odds from leading bookmaker Boylesports, this firm offering the most competitive odds for all of the following selections.
Arsenal/Draw double chance v Galatasaray
Arsenal have been inconsistent to say the least in the Premier League and they come into this match on the back of a surprise defeat away to Stoke City. Nevertheless they should get back on track against the team sitting bottom of Group D, Galatasaray enduring a dreadful Champions League campaign.
The Turkish side will finish bottom of their group, whatever tonight’s outcome proves to be, and it will be a massive surprise should they manage to beat Arsenal.
Borussia Dortmund win v Anderlecht
Dortmund have enjoyed an excellent Champions League, a complete contrast to their domestic form where they sit only two points off the bottom of the German Bundesliga.
They look set to wrap up their group stage with a win at home to Anderlecht, the Belgian side being put to the sword to the tune of 3-0 in the reverse fixture earlier in the campaign.
Malmo to score v Olympiakos
Malmo sit firmly at the bottom of Group A, however a win against Olympiakos would lift them above their Greek opponents tonight.
The Swedish side usually attempt to keep it tight and it will be a huge task for them in Piraeus, however they triumphed 2-0 in the reverse fixture earlier in the campaign and can cause the Greeks no end of problems.
Juventus to win v Atletico Madrid
These two sides are fighting it out for top spot in Group A and while the Italian side need to score aplenty against the Spanish champions, they will certainly pose Atletico no shortage of problems.
Juventus have an enviable home record and have only failed to win twice in all competitions on home soil both this season and last. We feel that they can edge out the Champions League finalists.