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Goals at Man City lead 6/5 best bets in Champions League

| 21.11.2012

Backing three 6/5 outcomes in a treble pays out at almost 11/1 and we believe we have found exactly this in the second night of Champions League action in gameweek five of the competition.

Porto are fancied to run amok at home to Dinamo Zagreb, a barrage of goals is also anticipated at the Etihad, while Marco Reus can continue his love of away days for Dortmund in the Champions League.

Porto (-2) to beat Dinamo Zagreb @ 6/5

Dinamo Zagreb have been the whipping boys of the Champions League for the last two seasons and they have not even managed a goal in their first four games in Group A.

Porto triumphed 2-0 in Croatia in a game they should have won more emphatically and now back on their own patch, they can make amends.

PSG and Dynamo Kiev have already been beaten in Portugal and there is little to doubt that Porto will win this, with the big question being by how many.

Man City v Real Madrid: Over 3.5 goals @ 6/5

Since these two traded five goals at the Bernabeu, Real Madrid have played 14 matches in all competitions and scored at least twice in 13 of them, showing their attacking talent.

Man City must go for it as nothing other than a win will do and indications are that Roberto Mancini will set up with a more attack-minded line-up, especially in midfield.

This will make them more dangerous and at the same time more susceptible to a quick counter attack.

Ajax v Dortmund: Marco Reus to score at any time @ 6/5

Reus was Dortmund’s big summer signing to replace Shinji Kagawa and he has not disappointed.

Interestingly, he has been pushed further forward of late and has scored twice in his last three Dortmund appearances, alongside being on target in both of the German champions’ away games in Group D thus far.

Ajax have conceded in each of their home games and Dortmund know that a victory will confirm their place in the knockout rounds.

All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.