Matchday two in the Champions League begins this week with favourites Man City and Bayern Munich taking to the field.
You can check out our full preview of Manchester United v Valencia here. But we’ve got your top tips on some of tonight’s other big ties…
Bayern Munich v Ajax
Bayern Munich were knocked off the top of the Bundesliga following their 2-0 defeat by Hertha Berlin on Friday.
The German side did bag three points in their opening game of the competition and are 1/5 to make it six points from two games.
They’re 6/5 to win to nil. But Ajax should draw some encouragement from Bayern only picking up a single point in their last two games.
The Dutch side are 14/1 to win and stay top of Group E.
Hoffenheim v Man City
Hoffenheim may be having an inconsistent start to the Bundesliga season, but they have only lost once at home this season.
Julian Nagelsmann will hope his final season at the German club is remembered fondly. They’re 6/1 to net the win.
Man City lost to Lyon at home in the Match day one. Pep Guardiola has said his team now have ‘five finals’ they cannot lose. Tonight is the first and they’re 1/3 to bounce back with a win.
Bernardo Silva netted in the defeat to Lyon and it’s 12/5 for the Portuguese man to score and City to win.
Juventus v Young Boys Bern
Juventus will be without Cristiano Ronaldo after his red card in the win over Valencia.
Federico Bernadeschi could come back in and is 13/10 to bag Anytime.
The Italian champions are 7/2 to win with 5 or more goals in the match. Mario Mandzukic scored 2 goals in the win over Napoli and he’s 16/5 to notch first.
Young Boys have scored thirteen goals in their last three league games. Jean-Pierre Nsame bagged in all three and is 4/1 to score Anytime tonight.
Lyon v Shakhtar Donetsk
Lyon will be full of confidence after beating Man City last time out.
Nabil Fekir starred in Manchester two weeks ago. It’s 28/1 for Fekir to win 2-1 again in the competition.
There have been over 2.5 goals in four of Lyon’s last five games. Our traders have it at 17/10 for another and the French club to win.
Shakhtar came back twice in their 2-2 draw against Hoffenheim. The Ukrainian league leaders are 11/4 to win. The draw’s 27/10.
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