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Champions League 2022-23: Three Betting Tips for Round of 16 Leg 1

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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Champions League games of the next two weeks.

As we prepare for another period of Champions League football, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out three betting tips for the first leg of the Champions League last-16 games.

Don’t expect goals when Napoli take on Eintracht

Napoli have scored at least twice in all of their games since January 8.

The Blues’ wonderful attacking form is not a secret. But we expect Eintracht to put up a fight against their Italian rivals.

The Eagles have avoided conceding more than once in all of their matches since November. Given their performances in the last season’s Europa League, we expect Eintracht to take a conservative approach to the game.

Their eye for counter-attacks could also convince Napoli to be more cautious with their attacks.

Back Dortmund to beat Chelsea

Dortmund come into their next Champions League game on the back of a fantastic run in the Bundesliga.

The Black and Yellows have won all of their domestic games after the World Cup, showing impressive attacking form.

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We expect the hosts to exploit Chelsea’s defensive problems in the upcoming game. On the other hand, the Blues’ attacking form doesn’t suggest they can stop Dortmund from outscoring them on Wednesday.

Goals likely on both sides when Milan host Tottenham

Milan and Tottenham face each other on the back of two different displays in their respective domestic competitions.

Milan ended weeks of poor results by snatching a narrow win over Torino. Tottenham, on the other hand, suffered a 4-1 defeat against Leicester City in the Premier League.

We expect the hosts to take an open approach to the game as they know the second-leg game in London won’t be easy. Given Tottenham’s poor defensive form, Milan will most likely find enough chances.

However, Spurs’ brilliant goalscoring consistency in away games convinces us that they will also find the back of the net on Tuesday.