For Benfica to have a chance to overtake Barcelona in the Group E standings of the 2021 UEFA Champions League, the club need a win on Tuesday. Barcelona moved up to second place after a straight win over Dynamo Kyiv, but the two goals they scored in those games were just Barca’s only goals in the group stage match. Benfica has scored 5 goals in the group stage, 3 of which were in the last match against Barcelona. You can Live stream the match on Paramount +.
Barcelona vs Benfica kicks off at 3pm ET from Camp Nou. Barcelona is the preferred team -155 ($155 risk to win $100) on the 90 minute money line according to Barcelona vs. Latest Benfica on Caesars Sportsbook. Benfica is under +410 and total handicap is 2.5. Tuesday’s match will be Go live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium package.
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How to watch Barcelona vs. Benfica
- Date: Tuesday, November 23
- Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Streaming online: Supreme +
UEFA Champions League Picks for Benfica and Barcelona
Before starting Tuesday’s match, you need to See options between Barcelona and Benfica from SportsLine’s exclusive European football model. Created by two Norwegians – professional poker player and sports bettor Jonas Gjelstad, and economic and technical expert Marius Norheim – the model analyzes betting data around the world and harnesses the market inefficiencies, helping followers make money. Since coming to SportsLine last year, the algorithm has grown by more than $8,500.
As for Barcelona vs Benfica, the model is favoring Barcelona on the money line for 90 minutes at -150 odds. Barca’s results have been everywhere since October, but they have won 2 of the last 4 matches and drawn the remaining matches. In addition to the second half absent from La Liga team, Celta de Vigo, Barcelona played deliberately and kept a clean sheet in the last 2/3 matches.
Benfica should enter as a confident team after they won the last meeting between the two clubs and the team has scored 10 goals in the last two matches. However, in the last 4 away matches, Benfica has 1 win, 2 draws and 1 loss. During that time, Benfica was down 9-6.
Ansu Fati and Memphis Depay are particularly important for Barcelona, who have each scored twice in the club’s last three matches. When Benfica won the recent back-to-back match, it was the first time they had beaten Barcelona since 1961.
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