Daily Betting Brief with Betfred – Feb 26

Don’t miss…the pick of the day’s betting action brought to you Betfred, today looking at the Champions League, Championship and Snooker’s Player Championship.

More Champions League footie

After the two crackers last night, there’s more action this evening from Europe’s premier competition.

In what is surely the tie of the round, Manchester City travel to the Bernabeu for the first leg of their last-16 tie with Real Madrid.

Pep Guardiola has said that Raheem Sterling is available, after missing three weeks with a hamstring injury.

Real Madrid will be without their talisman in Eden Hazard, and Zinedine Zidane has said the Belgian could miss the rest of the season.

How do you see tonight’s game going? Madrid are 15/8 to win, City 7/5 and the draw is 11/4.

The other game tonight sees Juventus take on Lyon.

Lyon manager Rudi Garcia has said that his side do not have an “anti-Ronaldo plan”, which could come back to haunt him, as Ronaldo is Mr. Champions League after all.

Latest odds – Lyon 10/3, Draw 12/5, Juventus EVS

Wednesday’s certainly are for football

Leeds United can cut down West Brom’s lead at the top of the Championship back to four points tonight, after the Baggies’ victory on Tuesday night sent them seven points clear.

Marco Bielsa’s side travel to Middlesbrough after winning their last two games.

Fourth-placed Fulham take Swansea and can move up to third with a victory.

Blackburn can move to within just two points of the play-off places with a win against Stoke at Ewood Park.

You can find all the latest odds on tonight’s games here.

It’s hotting up in Southport

Not the weather – that’s still terrible, so I suppose a bit of sunshine would be newsworthy…

Anyway, we’re talking about the Players Championship.

There’s some cracking match-ups today which you can watch live on our website, including Shaun Murphy v David Gilbert and Judd Trump v John Higgins.

Trump still leads the outright market at 6/4, and behind him is Mark Selby at 4s. Shaun Murphy and John Higgins follow close behind at 7/1 and 8/1 respectively.

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