Club Brugge to win or draw v Monaco (17:55)

A 1-0 defeat away to Reims on Saturday made it 14 games without a win in all competitions for Monaco, who are second-bottom of both Group A and Ligue 1.

Thierry Henry’s team are likely to be without top scorer Radamel Falcao, Stevan Jovetic and Nacer Chadli and haven’t kept a clean sheet in nine matches.

They did earn a point in the return fixture a fortnight ago, but Club Brugge are unbeaten in five and should at least match that result.

Dortmund to win or draw v Atletico Madrid (20:00)

Dortmund thumped Atletico 4-0 at the Westfalenstadion when the two sides met a fortnight ago and, at odds against, should be backed to bring at least a point home from Spain.

The German side are still unbeaten in all competitions after 15 matches under manager Lucien Favre and have won three away games in a row.

Atleti were held to a 0-0 draw by Leganes last weekend and have won just two of their last five matches, with one of those victories coming against fourth-tier Sant Andreu in the Copa del Rey last week.

Inter to win or draw v Barcelona (20:00)

Inter come into this match on the back of a 5-0 victory over Genoa in Serie A, which was their seventh straight league win.

The Nerazzuri have won five on the bounce at the Giuseppe Meazza in all competitions, including their comeback victory over Tottenham on Matchday 1.

Barcelona had to rely on two goals in the last three minutes to beat Rayo Vallecano on Saturday and could be without Lionel Messi again, despite travelling with the squad.

Porto to beat Lokomotiv Moscow (20:00)

Lokomotiv Moscow are bottom of Group D with no points after three matches.

The Russian side lost 3-1 at home to Porto two weeks ago and have managed just three away wins in nine matches in all competitions this season.

Porto have won five matches in a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions at the Estadio do Dragao, including a 1-0 victory over Galatasaray on Matchday 2.



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