This season, several matches will be valid for our #BetYourWay promotion, where customers can request custom-built bets for individual games.

Here are our selections for Wednesday's action.

Liverpool v Maribor


Liverpool (-2) –

Liverpool probably won’t replicate their 7-0 win in Maribor, but another convincing victory looks almost certain.

Mohamed Salah to score –

Salah has scored three goals in Liverpool’s group campaign so far, including two in the reverse fixture, so is a solid bet to add another on Wednesday evening.

Under 4.5 cards

None of Liverpool’s last six matches – nor any of Maribor’s last eight - have featured more than four cards.

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Napoli v Man City


Over 3.5 goals –

Considering these sides are two of the top three goalscorers in Europe’s five major leagues, even more goals than the three produced in the reverse fixture seems likely.

Sergio Aguero and Dries Mertens to score

Aguero was rested on Saturday, so is sure to play, while Dries Mertens has three goals in his last two.

Nicolas Otamendi to be booked - {ODDS;206286159:13/8}

Otamendi showed signs of the inconsistency that has plagued his Premier League career at West Brom on Saturday, and face some of the best attackers in Europe on Wednesday.

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Tottenham v Real Madrid


Both teams to score –

Real Madrid have conceded in seven of their last 10 matches, and are always likely scorers themselves.

Serge Aurier to be booked -

Aurier was booked at the Bernabeu, and another yellow in the return fixture is a good bet considering the players he will be trying to keep quiet.

Son Heung-Min to score –

Son leads the Tottenham counter-attack excellently, so is a good bet to take advantage against that questionable Madrid defence.

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Preston v Aston Villa


Double chance: Draw/Aston Villa –

Villa’s only league defeat since the middle of August was at Wolves, while Preston suffered home defeat to Brentford on Saturday.

Jonathan Kodjia to score –

Kodjia showed glimpses of good form against Birmingham on Sunday, and is sure to get going soon after his 19-goal haul last season.

Both teams to score –

Preston should score, though, considering that they have done so in six of their seven matches at Deepdale this season.

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