#BetYourWay: 15 value bets for Wednesday's football
Make the most of the week's second batch of European football with a variety of different tips, and five tailor-made selections.
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.
Qarabag v Chelsea (17.00)
No first half goals –
Qarabag have already prevented Atletico Madrid from scoring at home this season and are a good bet to frustrate Chelsea, too.
Under 2.5 goals –
Even if the Blues do find a breakthrough, a thrashing is unlikely.
The hosts have only conceded more than once at home this season, against Roma.
Alvaro Morata to score –
Morata has scored twice in his last two Chelsea matches, and is the player Antonio Conte can rely on if the game remains as tight as expected.
Basel v Manchester United (19.45)
Manchester United to win and under 2.5 goals -
Five of Manchester United’s last seven away games have featured fewer than three goals, including their win in Benfica last month.
Romelu Lukaku to score -
Lukaku has scored four goals in three games for club and country, a sure sign that he has returned to his early-season form.
Chris Smalling to be booked -
Smalling was booked against Newcastle on Saturday, and should keep his place in the absence of Phil Jones and Eric Bailly.
PSG v Celtic (19.45)
PSG (-2) -
Celtic did not show much promise in losing the reverse fixture 5-0 in September, and are likely to be rolled over again by the favourites for the competition in Paris.
Kylian Mbappe to score -
Mbappe was rested over the weekend, and has scored twice in the Champions League already this season.
Under 3.5 cards -
There have been just four cards in Celtic’s four group matches so far, while there were none in PSG’s last European match against Anderlecht.
Juventus v Barcelona (19.45)
Barcelona to win -
Juventus have only won one of their last three matches, and lost 3-0 at Barcelona in September.
Lionel Messi to score -
It’s not often that you can get Messi to score anytime at an odds-against price. His run of three matches with a goal will surely end soon.
Sami Khedira to receive a card -
Khedira was booked in Juve’s defeat at Sampdoria at the weekend, and will have a tough job keeping up with Barcelona’s midfield on Wednesday.
Anderlecht v Bayern Munich (19.45)
Under 1.5 Bayern Munich cards -
Bayern have not picked up a card in either of their last two Champions League matches.
Robert Lewandowski to score 2 or more goals -
Lewandowski is never in bad form, but having scored four goals in three games, he is a fantastic bet to turn it on against Anderlecht.
Anderlecht not to score -
The Belgians are yet to score in this group – including at home to Celtic – so their chances in this one look remote.