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Things had been going really well for Wayne Rooney at Derby until he hit a few bumps in the road in the last few weeks. One point from the last nine has seen them sucked back in to the relegation dogfight when it looked they were about to make their great escape.
A win at Barnsley would be very welcome but they’re the very team you don’t want to be playing in the Championship at the moment. Seven wins in a row has propelled them in to the play-off places and a win tonight would give them a four point cushion over seventh placed Bournemouth.
Their good form has been built on a solid defence record, conceding just three in their last seven, while at the other end Daryl Dike has now scored three in his last four.
It’s a golden rule of betting to never back a team who don’t need to win but PSG at 8/5 (were 6/4) look too good a price to pass up at home to Barcelona despite them holding a commanding 4-1 lead from the first leg.
Lionel Messi may still be capable of moments of magic but his surrounding cast aren’t a patch on his teammates of old. Barca haven’t really turned up when it’s mattered this season as defeats to Atletico, Real Madrid and PSG will attest and the Parisiens can hammer home their superiority and make a significant statement of intent about their Champions League chances this season.
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PSG have had their moments this season too, losing 2-0 at home to Monaco being the latest blip in an unconvincing campaign, but in Kylian Mbappé have a player born to play on this stage. He was magnificent in the first leg and could be the difference again tonight.
Morale in the Liverpool camp must be at an all-time low under Jurgen Klopp. In a season where his squad has been beset by injuries they’re setting records for all the wrong reasons. Six defeats in their last eight outings is relegation form but they’ve the chance to put it all behind them, at least for a night, in the Champions League against RB Leipzig.
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Leipzig contributed to their own demise in the first leg so will need a more resolute and aggressive performance to turn the 2-0 deficit around. They’ve seldom been found lack the Bundesliga this season and trail the mighty Bayern Munich by just two points. That defeat to Liverpool has been their only blemish since the end of January, winning eight of their last nine.
Based on current form, the fact that a single-goal defeat would still see Liverpool go through and that the tie is being played in neutral Budapest – although some would argue that not playing at Anfield is a good thing for Liverpool at the moment – you have to take on the RB Leipzig win at 31/20.
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