Paddy Power are offering an enhanced price about this double for Wednesday's Champions League action which is open to both new and existing customers
The Irish bookmaker is offering the price for both Manchester City and Real Madrid winning their respective Champions League matches with all four teams scoring.
Our own Spanish tipster Phil Kitromilides has put up Real Madrid to win with both teams scoring in the match as his own selection for the second game, you can read his preview ahead of the game at the Bernabeu tonight here.
Manchester City will want to bounce back from their Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich which saw them comprehensively beaten at the Etihad Stadium by the reigning German and European champions.
Despite getting back to winning ways with consecutive victories against West Ham and Everton in the two games since that defeat, City have conceded in both of those matches. This is also a bet that would have paid out in the Manchester derby earlier in the season.
Pellegrini's men are missing the defensive stability of captain Vincent Kompany and CSKA will be hoping to exploit that absence in the 5pm kick off.
The home side have a relatively good scoring record at home in this competition, netting in six of their previous eight matches.
Real Madrid have been in sparkling form in Europe so far this season, 6-1 and 4-0 wins over Galatastaray and FC Copenhagen respectively have put Carlo Ancelotti's side in pole position in Group B but they too have defensive issues.
Three of Madrid's last four wins at home in La Liga have seen both teams score so they too look capable of winning whilst allowing Juventus to find the net at least once.
This 12/1 (13.0) offer is open to new and existing customers and the market can be accessed directly here.
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Jim Knight is Chief Betting Editor at Goal.com and has been tipping football games since he was old enough to place a bet. He is a Leicester City fan, writer and member of the We Are Going Up Podcast
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