17:45 Tuesday

FC Salzburg vs Chelsea

FC Salzburg and Chelsea clash in the early Champions League kick off, with the winner taking top spot in their group. Salzburg have drawn three of their four games so far, all finishing 1-1. Their last Champions League match finished 1-1 away to Dinamo Zagreb, a ground in which Chelsea picked up their only defeat of the group so far.

As for Chelsea, they have drew their last two games, conceding a late equaliser against Manchester United last time out. They can secure their place in the knockouts if they can see off FC Salzburg, which is a relief for them considering they were bottom of the groups table after two games. They are still unbeaten since Graham Potter took charge, and will look to bring back all three points to Stamford Bridge.

In the return fixture, Salzburg picked up an unlikely draw against the West London side in Potter’s first game in charge. Now that he has had time to look and analyze his squad, there is every chance that Chelsea win emerge victorious from Austria.

With injuries in their defense, which has made them more vulnerable at the back despite only conceding one goal in their last six games, Salzburg have a good chance of getting on the scoresheet in front of their home fans, so we think both teams will score in the early kick-off.

20:00 Tuesday

Borussia Dortmund vs Man City

Borussia Dortmund host Manchester City, with both sides looking to confirm their place in the knockout stages. Dortmund won 5-0 against struggling Stuttgart on the weekend, with Jude Bellingham scoring a brace. They currently lie in 5th place in the Bundesliga, four points behind Union Berlin at the top.

As for Manchester City, they are already through after being eight points clear of both Copenhagen and Sevilla, and they cannot be caught by either of them. Should they beat Borussia Dortmund, they will top the group. City bounced back from a defeat against Liverpool to beat Brighton 3-1 to put themselves back amongst the wins, and will look to do so again against Dortmund.

City won the return fixture 2-1 and are good favourites to do so again, but we definitely think both teams, like in that 2-1 win for the Manchester side, will score here.

20:00 Tuesday

Benfica vs Juventus

Benfica come into this game against struggling Juventus off the back of a win against Porto, which took them six points clear at the top of the Primeira Liga. They are also unbeaten after beating both Juventus and Maccabi Haifa, whilst drawing with PSG both home and away, and could secure their place in the knockouts if they avoid defeat here.

As for the Italians, they must win in order to keep their knockout dream alive, which could be a very tough ask away from home. They have won their last two games since their 2-0 defeat to Maccabi Haifa, and will need to show a perfect performance in order to get the result they need, as they currently sit 10 points off the top in Serie A.

Benfica won the first fixture between the two sides 2-1, and we think the same could happen again, but Juventus do have the capabilities to get on the scoresheet, so we think both teams will score here.