Champions League acca betting tips

Best Free Bet Scout looks ahead at this week’s second legs matches of the Champions League last-16 knock-out round and recommends the best free acca betting tips and predictions to help you make the most from your acca this week.

Champions League Acca betting tips

This is the Champions League Acca we are tipping for this week’s final last 16 knock out matches:

  • Borussia Dortmund to beat Tottenham Hotspur
  • Real Madrid to beat Ajax
  • PSG to beat Man United
  • Porto to beat Roma

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Below you can find our full free betting tips and analysis including correct score predictions, and reasons why we’ve going with these Champions League acca betting tips for your accumulator this week.


Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham Hotspur

(Agg 0-3)

Round of last 16, second leg

Kick-off: 8pm (GMT) Tuesday 5 March

Where to watch live in the UK: BT Sport 2 / BT Sport 4K UHD

Venue: Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

Dortmund welcome back key players Marco Reus and Christian Pulisic from injury when Spurs visit the Westfalenstadion on Tuesday night.  The atmosphere created by the home crowd when a foreign team visit on a Champions League night is incredible and terribly hostile.  This often creates enough tension and nervousness for any side to play in.

Since overcoming Dortmund at Wembley in the first round, Spurs’ form back at home has been sketchy to say the least.  They lost consecutive games to Burnley and Chelsea before claiming a late and contentious draw in the North London Derby last weekend.

The difficult thing for Spurs is that they’ll be going to Dortmund needing to protect a healthy lead.  It is easier in some respects to play away in the second leg needing to chase a lead, that in it is to protect one, as past games have shown.  All the pressure will be on Spurs, and it mounts when you consider the expectation from their own fans having not won a trophy in such a long time.

Dortmund have been shaky at the back this season, so we think Spurs might just take advantage on the counter attack with the space Dortmund will likely leave in behind having to score three goals to proceed.  It’ll require a lot of defensive discipline from Pochettino’s men, and even though they’ll likely lose the tie they should enough of a lead to see themselves through to the quarter finals.

Correct score prediction: 2-1 (Bets odds: 1/1 with Betfred)

Acca selection: Dortmund win (Best odds: 8/1 with Sportingbet)


Real Madrid v Ajax

(Agg 2-1)

Round of last 16, second leg

Kick-off: 8pm (GMT) Tuesday 5 March

Where to watch live in the UK: BT Sport 3

Venue: Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid

Real go into this one with a comfortable 2-1 lead and are heavy favourites to win this home leg and proceed through to the next round, despite being far from their best in the first leg.

Ajax will have taken a lot away from their first leg win, and after seeing Madrid lose three of their last four games at the Bernabéu, they will be up for causing an upset.

If you look closely at Madrid last few games however, you’ll notice the main reason for their losses are the how wasteful they’ve been in the final third.  They are still creating plenty of goalscoring chances, and with the style Ajax play combined with their need to chase the game, we’re expecting Real to capitalise and take more chances than they concede.

Correct score prediction: 2-0 (Best odds: 11/1 with Sportingbet)

Acca selection: Madrid win (Best odds: 4/6 with BoyleSports)


PSG v Man United

(Agg 2-0)

Round of last 16, second leg

Kick-off: 8pm (GMT) Wednesday 6 March

Where to watch live in the UK: BT Sport 2 / BT Sport 4K UHD

Venue: Le Parc des Princes, Paris

United face a really tough challenge to get past PSG on Wednesday night.  The first leg at Old Trafford would have come as a bit of a shock to many United fans and even players, despite facing such strong opposition on paper.  This was due to the scintillating form Solskjær and his men were in at that time, having won all their games under the new management.

The key factor in this leg is due to what happened in the final minutes of the first leg. Key talisman and arguably the most improved player under the new manager, Paul Pogba, was send off for a second bookable offence in the 90th minute.  It’s without doubt that Pogba has been the most influential player in United’s recent success, creating and finishing goals from all areas of the pitch.  

Without their main man, United will surely find it too tough to overcome a two-goal deficit away from home against a side full of quality players. 

Correct score prediction: 1-0 (Best odds: 31/4 with Sportingbet)

Acca selection: PSG win (Best odds: 8/15 with Betfred)

Bonus bet: Under 2.5 goals (Best odds: 12/1 with Bwin)


Porto v Roma

(Agg 1-2)

Round of last 16, second leg

Kick-off: 8pm (GMT) Wednesday 6 March

Where to watch live in the UK: BT Sport 3

Venue: Estádio do Dragão, Porto

Porto’s record at home is one of the best in Europe.  So Roma will likely go into this one with a view to protect their lead and invite pressure.

The first leg was very evenly matched, as both sides showed they had the quality.  Porto should have their top scorer in the Champions League for this one, which will likely give them the edge to win in 90 minutes.

This is the hardest game to call in this week’s ties though, and we think that important away goal from Porto in the first leg will see this one go to extra time and probably penalties.

Correct score prediction: 1-0 (Best odds: 9/1 with Mansionbet)

Acca selection: Porto to win (Best odds: 21/20 with 10Bet)

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* All odds correct as of 22:00 on Mon 4 March 2019