UEFA Champions League Betting Preview: Atletico Madrid vs. Liverpool / PSG vs. Dortmund

Atletico Madrid vs. Liverpool
Tuesday, February 18th - 3:00pm ET - Estadio Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain
Betting Line: Liverpool +120, Atletico Madrid +230, Draw +245

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Liverpool has been unstoppable in recent months. They've gone over a year without losing in the Premier League. Liverpool is also the reigning UCL champion. They'll look to continue that dominance and march towards another UCL title against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.

Atletico Madrid will host the EPL leaders at Estadio Metropolitano for the first leg of their Round of 16 match. While Liverpool certainly has the hot hand/foot, this match is no gimme.

In their four previous head-to-head matchups, Atletico Madrid and Liverpool are dead even. They each have one win, two draws, and four goals scored.

Liverpool is 4W-0L-1D in their last five Champions League matches. Atletico Madrid is 2W-2L-1D in their last five UCL matches.

Mo Salah has led the way for Liverpool with four goals scored in UCL play. He's trailed by Alex Oxlade-Chamerlain who has three.

Sadio Mane, a stud for Liverpool is doubtful to play on Tuesday due to injury. If he doesn't suit up, his presence on the pitch will be missed.

Still, Liverpool seems like a team of destiny. There may be no stopping them.

Dortmund vs. Paris Saint Germain
Tuesday, February 18th - 3:00pm ET - BVB Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Betting Line: PSG +130, Dortmund +185, Draw +290

Paris Saint Germain will travel to Germany to take on Borussia Dortmund this Tuesday as well.

These two sides played to a draw in each of their two previous matches, with each side scoring one goal.

PSG has won their last five matches, outscoring their opponents 15-3 in the process.

Dortmund is coming off back-to-back losses over Leverkusen (4-3) and Bremen (3-2). Before that, they won their previous three games over Union Berlin (5-0), Koln (5-1), and Augsburg (5-3). As their level of competition increased, so did the allowed goals.

PSG, led by Kylian Mbappe (5) and Mauro Icardi (5) have scored 17 goals in UCL play. With Neymar, Cavani, Di Maria, and more, they have the firepower to light up Dortmund's defense.

The Germans are no slouch, but they're not in the same league as PSG.