Punter Power is oddschecker's crowd-sourced acca. We ask the @oddschecker Twitter audience to pick out four selections across a series of polls, with the hope of landing on a winning four-fold.

This midweek edition covers Tuesday's action in the Champions League, League One and League Two. Read on to find out what the punters have chosen...

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Ajax to beat Sporting Lisbon

First up, the oddschecker audience have chosen Ajax to beat Sporting. Ajax come into this as one of three teams to boast a perfect record in the Champions League this season. Flying high on 15 points at the top of Group C, Erik ten Hag is likely to make changes as they face an in-form Sporting side.

We're hoping home advantage is enough to see the Dutch side make it six from six in the group stage.

Shakhtar to beat Sheriff Tiraspol

Second in the Punter Power four-fold is Shakhtar Donetsk, who are at home to this season's surprise package Sheriff Tiraspol. Shakhtar have disappointed in the group stage, sitting bottom of Group D with just one point from a draw with Inter.

The Ukrainian Premier League leaders were embarrassed in the reverse fixture on Matchday 1, slumping to a 2-0 defeat. They're only playing for pride here with neither side able to qualify, but our audience are expecting a response from the home team.

Sunderland to beat Morecambe

We move to the EFL for the next selection and our Twitter followers have voted for Sunderland to be the next selection. The Black Cats are unbeaten in four in League One and sit two points off the league leaders ahead of this fixture. A win here could see Lee Johnson's men climb to the top of the table, while their opposition could slip into the relegation zone. Our followers are expecting Sunderland to have too much for Morecambe.

Mansfield Town to beat Carlisle

Finally, our audience have voted for Mansfield to beat Carlisle to complete the Punter Power Tuesday acca.

Four wins in five league games has seen Mansfield Town climb to 15th in the League Two table, while opponents Carlisle sit two points from safety in the drop zone going into this clash. Keith Millen's side travel to Mansfield off the back of being dumped out of the FA Cup by League One Shrewsbury over the weekend.