There are numerous enticing Champions League games this week between the powerhouses of European football as the group stage of the competition reaches the halfway point.
In Group A, Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund are on course to qualify for the last 16 after winning their first two matches and a draw on Wednesday would suit both teams.
Atletico to draw 0-0 at Dortmund @ 17/2
Diego Simeone’s rugged side are more than capable of drawing 0-0 with the Bundesliga outfit, while in the same group Thierry Henry has a big job on his hands at Monaco, who look good value at 47/20 to win at Club Brugge.
Real Madrid have the perfect opportunity to return to winning ways after a dismal run as they entertain Viktoria Plzen. They are 33/10 to win the match by a two-goal margin.
Ronaldo to score the first goal at Manchester United @ 33/10
Juventus dropped their first Serie A points of the season against Genoa on Saturday and boss Massimiliano Allegri admitted after the game that his players had not been focused on the match as they were thinking about Tuesday’s clash at Manchester United.
Former United star Cristiano Ronaldo usually rises to the big occasion so it seems likely that he will add to Jose Mourinho’s woes by scoring the first goal at Old Trafford.
Inter Milan to draw at Barcelona @ 15/4
Inter are on a high after winning the Milan derby at the weekend, their fifth Serie A victory in a row. Luciano Spalletti’s side don’t concede many goals and have won their first two group games – against Tottenham and PSV Eindhoven.
If they can eke out a draw at Barcelona, who will be without the injured Lionel Messi, they will be in pole position to reach the knockout stages.
Finally, former Paris Saint-Germain boss Carlo Ancelotti returns to the French capital with his Napoli side in great form.
The 59-year-old guided the side from Naples to victory against Liverpool earlier this month and they won 3-0 at Udinese at the weekend. The Serie A outfit can be backed at 17/4 to draw at PSG.
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