BTTS in Coventry v Luton (19:45)
Coventry come into this on the back of a 3-1 victory over Rotherham last weekend – their third consecutive BTTS match.
Both teams have scored in six of their last eight league games and five out of eight at home.
Luton have seen goals at both ends in four of their last six.
BTTS: No in Stoke v Cardiff (19:45)
Just two sides in the Championship have been involved in fewer BTTS matches than Stoke.
Both teams have scored in just six of the Potters’ 16 league games, while there have been a total of two goals in their last three.
This bet would have been a winner in each of Cardiff’s last four matches.
Barcelona to beat Juventus (20:00)
Barcelona have won five group games out of five this season, including a 2-0 victory away to Juventus in October.
They have taken 59 points from their last available 63 in Champions League group games at the Nou Camp.
Juventus were without Cristiano Ronaldo in the previous meeting but, at odds-against, it’s hard to back against the hosts here.
BTTS in Dynamo Kiev v Ferencvaros (20:00)
This bet has been a winner in four of Ferencvaros’ five group games, including away to Barcelona and both fixtures against Juventus.
The reverse fixture finished 2-2 in Budapest on Matchday 2.
The only teams to have stopped Dynamo Kiev from scoring in their last 10 matches in all competitions are Barcelona, Juventus and Shakhtar, so they should do their bit.
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) to score v RB Leipzig (20:00)
Rashford has found the net in four of Manchester United’s five Champions League matches this season.
The striker netted a hat trick against RB Leipzig in the reverse fixture in October and is the competition’s equal top scorer with six goals.
He’s got 10 in 17 appearances in all competitions and looks a great price to bag against an RB Leipzig side that have conceded three goals in back-to-back matches.
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