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Champions League soccer predictions & UCL best bets for Tuesday 11/28

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The 2023-24 UEFA Champions League group stage continues on Tuesday afternoon with another 8 soccer matches as we edge closer to the knockout stage. Manchester City look to make it 5 wins out of 5 but must beat an RB Leipzig team that is hot on their tails. Meanwhile, French giants PSG look to get revenge on Newcastle for their 4-1 defeat earlier in the tournament, while fellow Group F clubs AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund look to continue their fight to finish in the top two and advance to the Round of 16. With plenty of soccer’s best teams in action on Tuesday afternoon, we’ve picked out our two favorite plays of the day which both kick off at 3:00 pm ET. You can also read our soccer predictions for even more Champions League picks.

Manchester City vs RB Leipzig best bet: Manchester City ML & Both Teams To Score (+147)

Both of these teams have already qualified for the knockout stage of the Champions League with Tuesday’s match representing a straight shootout for top spot in Group G as RB Leipzig need three points to have a chance at usurping their hosts Manchester City. A win in Manchester will be a tough ask for the German team however, facing a side they have beaten just once in 5 meetings and who are unbeaten in their last 27 matches at the Etihad Stadium, winning 25 of the Games in that run. Leipzig have a poor record in England in general too, losing their last 4 matches in the country by an aggregate score of 20-3, and may struggle against the reigning champions.

However, Pep Guardiola’s team has been far from convincing in defense this season and may fail to keep a Leipzig side full of attacking talent quiet on Tuesday. The Citizens have recorded just 2 clean sheets in their last 11 matches and, with those shutouts coming against struggling rivals Manchester United and Swiss team Young Boys, there is a good chance the visitors will find the net.

Barcelona vs Porto best bet:  Both Teams to Score (-134)

Barcelona are struggling at the wrong time, just as their Champions League qualification looked in the bag. Their loss at Shakhtar Donetsk in the last round of Games has left them with just a 3-point cushion as they bid for a top-2 finish and visitors Porto should make life hard for them on Tuesday.

Barca drew 1-1 with Rayo Vallecano at the weekend and they have kept 1 clean sheet across their last 6 matches. The Catalans meet a Porto team that has scored at least twice in 6 of their last 7 and the Portuguese club has won their last 4 on the road.

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