Bet9ja Preview: Bayern Munich – Celtic: Back the Bavarians to win both halves

Sebastian Widmann
The Bavarian giants will be expected to deliver when they lock horns with the Bhoys on Wednesday

Bayern Munich welcome Celtic to the Allianz Arena for their Uefa Champions League Group B encounter as they hope to bounce back from their previous defeat in the competition.

The Bavarians suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in their last outing after coming off to a flying start in their opening match against Anderlecht.

James Rodriguez Bayern Munich

After  going three games winless, Bayern eventually got back to winning ways with a 5-0 demolition of Freiburg on Saturday in the German Bundesliga and Bet9ja has offered (1.10) for them to coast to victory.

Both sides shared the spoils in one of their previous two meetings and odds of (10.00)  are up for grabs for the same outcome here.

Brendan Rodgers' men are at the summit of the Scottish Premier League with 23 points from nine games. Though they saw off Anderlecht in their last European duel, they lost to PSG by a wide margin. They bowed to their hosts in their first meeting in Munich in 2003 and the betting firm has tagged them massive underdogs at (27.00).

Kieran Tierney Celtic

The Germans have got the curtain raiser in ten of their last 12 matches and can be backed at (1.11) to repeat the same feat. Also, they have won six of their last 12 matches without conceding and the bookies are offering (1.68) for them to win to nil.

Bayern Munich have registered 35 goals in their last 13 encounters and punters who are bold can back them to win both halves at (1.70) with Bet9ja.

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