Tinkerman back at the Bridge
The second night of Champions League last-16 matches get under way on Wednesday. The highlight of the evening sees Claudio Ranieri return to Stamford Bridge with his Juventus side to take on last year's losing finalists Chelsea.
Here at William Hill we have a wide array of betting available including a great value enhanced odds multiple on all four favourites to win. This sensational accumulator is priced at 16/1, read below to see who makes up our four-fold and for previews of each match.
Guus Hiddink will take charge of Chelsea for the first time at home; Juventus are the visitors to Stamford Bridge. Claudio Ranieri's side haven't won in their last seven Champions League trips to England. The Blues have a 100% record at home in this year's competition and you have to go back to February 2006 for their last defeat on home soil as they lost 2-1 to eventual champions Barcelona.
Chelsea are understandably favourites for the match at 3/4, the draw can be backed at 23/10, while if you think that Ranieri can get one over Abramovich and take a lead back to Turin then odds of 17/4 might tempt you to back 'The Old Lady'.
If Juve are to get anything out of this match then they'll be looking towards Alessandro del Piero for goals. The Italian hit-man has four to his name already in this year's competition including notching home and away against Spanish champions Real Madrid. The legendary striker is 7/1 to open the scoring in this game.
For the Blues any number of players could open the scoring, each of the seven Champions League goals scored at the Bridge have been by different players. The most likely candidates to break the dead-lock are Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba who are both priced at 5/1.
With Chelsea odds-on favourites to win this one, they make up the first part of our special enhanced odds accumulator.
Liverpool have a tough task on their hands as they travel to the Spanish capital to face the mighty Real Madrid. The home side are a fantastic price at evens as they have won their last nine games in a row. The draw, which Rafa Benitez's men have achieved on a far too regular basis for his liking, is available at 21/10, while an unlikely looking away win can be backed at 16/5.
Tottenham fans must be scratching their heads as they look at the outstanding form that Juande Ramos' Real Madrid have been showing lately - he couldn't buy a win for the Londoners this season but has had a brilliant start to life back in Spain.
Part of the reason for their nine-match winning streak has been the form of record breaking forward Raúl - he's blasted in seven goals in his last seven matches taking him to the top of Real Madrid's all time goalscoring charts, knocking the great Alfredo di Stéfano off the number one spot . You can back him to keep this incredible sequence going at 6/1 for the first goal or 7/4 to bag one at anytime during the match.
As ever for Liverpool influential captain Steven Gerrard has been their main source of goals and he's available at 7/1 to silence the Santiago Bernabéu crowd with the first goal or if you think that he might just get a consolation strike then 2/1 to grab a goal at anytime in the match could be the bet for you.
Our second pick of the night is Real Madrid to continue their fine form and dish out more heartache for Liverpool.
This game looks to be an intriguing encounter. German giants Bayern are slight favourites but will have to be at their best to come out on top in this one. History is very much on their side though as the Bavarians have not lost in their last 11 games against Portuguese opposition since losing the 1987 European Cup final against Porto.
If you think the hosts can claim a famous win then they are available at 19/10, while the draw can be backed at 2/1. Jürgen Klinsmann's side are a tempting 8/5 to take a lead back to Germany, so Bayern Munich are the penultimate choice of the night in our enhanced multiple.
'The Yellow Submarines', led by outstanding central midfielder Marcos Senna, are only playing in their second Champions League campaign but they are more than able competitors having reached the semi-final in 2006 before losing out to runners up Arsenal.
The Spanish outfit are priced at 6/10 to come out on top in this one, and the draw is available at 5/2. If you think Henk ten Cate's men can add to their wins at Inter Milan and Werder Bremen then you can back them at a big price of 11/2.
We've singled out Villarreal to emerge victorious at the Estadio El Madrigal and they are the fourth and final choice in our acca.
So, our enhanced odds accumulator is complete, and the selections are Chelsea, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Villarreal. Should all four teams win, you'll get the fantastic price of 20/1. And remember, when the games get underway, you'll still be able to get a bet on using our betlive service. All the action starts at 19:45.