Borussia Dortmund vs Club Brugge - 20:00

After scoring five at the weekend, we’ve selected -1 handicap for Borussia Dortmund.

Lucien Favre’s men have been more or less flawless of late having won by at least two goals in five out of their last six matches, alongside keeping four clean sheets whilst doing so.

Last time when these two clubs faced each other earlier this month the Germans managed to get the job done with a 3-0 win away from home so we’re hoping for a repeat in the reverse fixture to land this selection.

The newly announced Golden Boy Erling Haaland is in incredible form having scored four past Hertha Berlin, extending his record of more goals than games in the 20/21 season so he will be going into this fixture full of confidence.

Based on both the current form of Borussia Dortmund and their number 9, alongside the fact that Club Brugge have failed to keep a clean sheet in eight of their last ten games, the 3/4 on Dortmund -1 is a good price.

Borussia Dortmund -1 - 1pt @ 3/4

PSG vs RB Leipzig – 20:00

We are also throwing in PSG to beat Leipzig and both teams to score.

With PSG sitting third in the group they will need to start taking maximum points in order to guarantee qualification for the knockout stage.

As the French champions will need to work hard to break down Leipzig you’d imagine the German side will be playing on the counter attack and should get a few opportunities to score in this fixture.

Both sides are missing a number of players after the international break to injury or suspension. However, after a 3-2 loss to Monaco at the weekend and a relatively rested Neymar, you’d expect last year’s finalists are desperate to bounce back immediately. Thomas Tuchel should start all three of Neymar, Mbappe and Di Maria none of who are shy of scoring a goal.

PSG to win and both teams to score - 1pt @ 13/8