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 Tuesday's action.

Man City v Feyenoord


Man City to score over 2.5 goals –

Feyenoord have conceded three in both of their Champions League away games and shipped four to Manchester City in September.

Sergio Aguero to score 2 or more goals –

Aguero didn’t feature at all at Leicester on Saturday, so is a sure starter in a game City will win easily.

Nicolai Jorgensen to be booked -

Jorgensen has been booked twice in his last six appearances, and will be forced to battle throughout much of the match on his own up front.

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Dortmund v Tottenham


Son Heung-Min to score –

Harry Kane and Dele Alli were short of fitness on Saturday, so Son should start.

He is a good bet to score after doing so in the reverse fixture at Wembley.

Double chance: Draw/Tottenham –

Dortmund have won just one of their last eight matches – a German Cup victory at third-tier FC Magdeburg.

Julian Weigl to be booked -

Weigl has already been booked three times this season, including twice in the Champions League.

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Sevilla v Liverpool


Over 2.5 goals –

There have been at least three goals in four of Sevilla’s last five home matches, and that run will not stop against free-scoring Liverpool.

Over 3.5 cards

There have been eight cards in the hosts’ last two Champions League matches, and there were six when these sides met at Anfield in September.

Mohamed Salah to score –

Salah’s exceptional start to the season continued with a brace against Southampton on Saturday, and he is a fantastic bet to add to his tally.

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Monaco v RB Leipzig


Draw –

Monaco have not yet won in the Champions League this season, while Leipzig are without a win in three away from home.

Over 4.5 cards

There have been 22 cards in Leipzig’s last four matches, with Naby Keita – who has received three red cards already this season – a particular candidate.

Timo Werner to score –

Werner has three goals in his last three appearances for Leipzig, including in their last Champions League game at Porto.

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