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Football accumulator tips: Sevilla win leads four-fold

Groups A to D of this year's Champions League get going on Wednesday with Arsenal returning to the competition after a six-year absence.

The Gunners take on PSV in North London with the Dutch side taken to push Mikel Arteta's men and land a handicap bet as part of a four-fold which pays around 12/1.

Champions League Wednesday accumulator

Sevilla to beat Lens @ 17/20
PSV +2 Alternative Handicap at Arsenal @ 8/11 
Braga or Draw Double Chance v Napoli @ 19/20 
Benfica v FC Salzburg Over 2.5 goals/Both Teams to Score @ 11/10 

Acca pays 12/1 

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Lens out of focus heading to Sevilla

WhatSevilla v Lens, Champions League Group B
WhereEstadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville
When20:00, Wednesday 20th September
How to watchTNT Sports 6
OddsSevilla 17/20, Draw 13/5, Lens 16/5

Lens are enduring a shocking start to their Ligue 1 campaign and that is set to spill over into Champions League combat. 

The club who finished last term on a seven-game winning streak have failed to win any of their first five in 2023/24, most recently a dismal 1-0 home loss to Metz on Saturday. 

They find themselves bottom of the French top flight and new signing Elye Wahi, prolific at Montpellier last year, just cannot find the net. 

Europa League winners Sevilla have suffered a trio of one-goal losses in La Liga but finally got on the board at the weekend with a welcome 1-0 win over Las Palmas. 

Only Real Madrid and Barcelona are unloading more shots per game than Los Rojiblancos, so clearly they are creating chances – they just need to start taking a few. 

Good enough to draw with Manchester City in the Super Cup last month, Jose Mendilibar can turn it around and beating Lens would add to the momentum gained from that Las Palmas success.

Dutch powers can make life tough for Arteta's men

WhatArsenal v PSV, Champions League Group B
WhereEmirates Stadium, London
When20:00, Wednesday 20th September
How to watchTNT Sports 1
OddsArsenal 2/5, Draw 4/1, PSV 13/2

As Arsenal prepare for a Champions League return after a six-year absence, there seems to be a sense they only have to turn up to put Dutch regulars PSV in their place. 

The Gunners' frontline traded in goals last term but is finding this season far more of a struggle, yet the assumption is they can click whenever. 

The evidence, however, suggests the opposite and at the prices, PSV +2 on the Alternative Handicap market at 8/11 looks far more appealing than match odds of 2/5 for the Gunners. 

Only once in five matches this season have Arsenal won a game by more than a goal and with Gabriel Martinelli out of the equation, Mikel Arteta needs to give this tie plenty of consideration. 

PSV under Peter Bosz are a hectic, entertaining outfit that will give as good as they get wherever they play. 

And with four wins out of four in the Eredivisie (and a plus-12 goal difference), clearly Bosz's gung-ho approach is working. 

They have thrashed Sturm Graz 7-2 and Rangers 7-3 on aggregate to reach the group stage and Luuk de Jong, who has found the net in each of his last six games, is a threat.

Beware Braga as they look for Napoli scalp

WhatBraga v Napoli, Champions League Group C
WhereEstadio Municipal, Braga
When20:00, Wednesday 20th September
How to watchTNT Sports 4
OddsBraga 16/5, Draw 14/5, Napoli 4/5

Italian champions Napoli, starting again under Rudi Garcia, who replaced Luciano Spalletti in the dug-out over the summer, are fancied to go well in the Champions League despite the change at the top. 

However, they face a testing opener at Braga, who look more than capable of avoiding defeat. 

The Portuguese side, third in the Primeira Liga last season, have won four qualifying ties to make the group stage, including impressive home-and-away triumphs over Panathinaikos. 

There are goals in the team and bags of big-time experience in the shape of players like Jose Fonte, Joao Moutinho and Pizzi. 

Napoli will find this a test, especially coming off the back of dropped points against Lazio and Genoa and the away win is by no means a given.

Austrians can join in the goalscoring fun at Estadio da Luz

WhatBenfica v FC Salzburg, Champions League Group D 
WhereEstadio da Luz, Lisbon
When20:00, Wednesday 20th September
How to watchTNT Sports 7
OddsBenfica 4/9, Draw 10/3, FC Salzburg 7/1

Benfica are strong at home in Europe where in last season's Champions League they beat Juventus 4-3 and thumped Club Brugge 5-1. 

They've started this season's Primeira Liga campaign with a pair of wins to nil over Estrela and Guimaraes and after five rounds of matches, only Boavista have scored more league goals. 

They will be confident of seeing off FC Salzburg but the Austrians can play their part in a high-scoring affair. 

In seven Bundesliga matches they have scored at least two goals in each of them and if Benfica are short enough, then Over 2.5 goals/Both Teams to Score at 11/10 is an option.

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