The Lilywhites were close to getting eliminated from the group phase but managed to finish ahead of Inter Milan via head to head and behind group winners Barcelona.
The absence of key players led by top marksman Harry Kane makes this tie tricky but having managed to move on without him by winning all their games, they are offered at (2.40) with BetKing for a home him and first-leg advantage.
BVB meanwhile took charge of Group A, finishing ahead of Atletico Madrid, Club Brugge, and Monaco.
They are also in charge of the Bundesliga with a five-point lead over Bayern Munich. Though they played out a disappointing 3-3 draw at the weekend at home with Hoffenheim after taking a 3-0 lead, the same firm quotes them at odds of (3.05) to make amends here with a victory.
Both sides have met four times in Europe’s premier competition but have never drawn. A first stalemate is available at the price of (3.55).
In their previous four meetings, there has been goal action at both ends on three occasions and it’s a very high probability that it will surface again at Wembley on Wednesday night, and it’s valued at (1.65) with BetKing.
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