Matchday six is here as we arrive at the business end of the Champions League group stages.
Title-holders Real Madrid may be through but there’s still some massive clubs looking to secure their route to the last-sixteen.
Premier League big-hitters Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur need a win to guarantee their spot.
Keep an eye out for a preview of Spurs’ trip to Barcelona, but will Salah come up clutch for the Reds at Anfield?
Liverpool v Napoli
Jurgen Klopp’s side may be top of the Prem right now, but they have work to do to qualify for the knock-out stages.
As Paris Saint-Germain travel to Crvena Zvezda it looks like it may be a straight shoot-out here.
Liverpool are three points behind Napoli. The Reds are famed for their famous ‘Anfield nights’ and are 13/8 to run up 3+ goals to ensure qualification.
Inter Milan v PSV Eindhoven
Inter are locked on seven points with Spurs in Group B but will feel confident of getting the win they need tonight.
The Italian side are 4/11 to beat PSV. Mauro Icardi is 13/5 to score 2 Goals or more.
He could line-up with Keita Balde who’s already scored vital goals this season. The Monaco-loanee is 5/1 to bag.
Hirving Lozano will be PSV’s chief threat. The Mexican winger is 14/5 to strike anytime.
Crvena Zvezda v PSG
The home side haven’t lost on their own turf since October 2017, winning 23 and drawing five of their matches since.
Double chance has Crvena Zvezda at 9/2 to avoid defeat and maintain their run.
Milan Pavkov scored two goals against Liverpool and he’s 33/1 to repeat the feat.
Neymar to score and PSG to win 3-0 is 14/1.
Monaco v Borussia Dortmund
Monaco appear a far-cry from the team that made the semi-finals during the 2016/17 season.
Thierry Henry is 13/4 to grab only his third win as Monaco gaffer in all competitions.
Borussia Dortmund have only lost once this season. Paco Alcacer to score and BVB to win is 6/4.
Christian Pulisic could get a start in the Stade Louis II. The American forward is 9/4 to net anytime.
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