Back Chelsea, Man United and Barcelona to all triumph on the road

The Champions League returns this midweek and so does our Planet Sport Bet treble. We’re backing Chelsea, Man United and Barcelona to get the job done at the boosted price of 4/1.

Chelsea's defence of their European crown sees them travel to Sweden as they prepare to take on Malmo in their fourth group game.

The Blues are firing on all cylinders and are expected to walk all over the Swedish champions.

Elsewhere, Manchester United will be hoping for a far less dramatic game against Atalanta when they take on the Serie A side away in Italy.

To top it all off, Barcelona will be looking to turn their fortunes around when they take on Dynamo Kiev.

The Catalonian giants are in poor form but you shouldn't dismiss them just yet.

The three aforementioned teams were priced at 7/2 to win this Tuesday night. However, the bookmakers at Planet Sport Bet decided to up the ante and boost that bet all the way to 4/1.

Malmo FF vs Chelsea

You don't get too many mismatches in the Champions League but its fair to say that Malmo against Chelsea certainly falls under that banner.

Thomas Tuchel's men have won six straight matches, including a 4-0 win over their Swedish rivals two weeks ago.

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Malmo, on the other hand, are yet to get off the mark in the competition. Jon Dahl Tomasson's side are pointless and scoreless as they sit bottom of Group H.

Even without the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner, Chelsea should deliver the goods and power to a comfortable victory at the Elda Stadion.

Atalanta vs Manchester United

Manchester United bounced back from their mauling against Liverpool by beating Tottenham 3-0 last weekend.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men now turn their attention to Atalanta as they look to edge closer towards the Champions League knockout stage.

Making it out of the group is one of United's top priorities this season. The club haven't played in the knockout stage of this competition since 2019 and they're desperate to finally change that.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before being interviewed after Premier League match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

With a near fully-fit team at Solskjaer's disposal, the Red Devils are priced as favourites ahead of their clash with Atalanta.

United not only boast a five-match unbeaten run away in Italy but they're also in good goalscoring form having bagged eight goals from their last four games.

Should Solskjaer's men continue to find the back of the net at the current rate, it's hard to see anything other than an away win.

Dynamo Kiev vs Barcelona

Barcelona may not look like an enticing proposition in the betting, but hear us out.

Dynamo are winless against Spanish opposition in 11 games, a run that includes five straight defeats against Barcelona.

The Catalonian giants have won their last two games in Ukraine, including last year's clash with Kiev which ended in a 4-0 drubbing.

Ansu Fati of FC Barcelona celebrate a goal during the Liga match between FC Barcelona and UD Levante at Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain.

It's true that Barca come into this latest clash on the back of a three-match winless run, but the signs against Alaves last weekend were promising.

Despite the 1-1 draw, Sergi Barjuan's side enjoyed almost 80% possession, 16 goal attempts and over 100 dangerous attacks.

The tide is changing and while a win certainly won't come easily, Barca are still the team to back in the outright market.

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