Dortmund to beat Club Brugge

Club Brugge have lost nine of their last 10 Champions League matches.

The only draw in that sequence came in last season’s third qualifying round, when they were held at home by Istanbul Basaksehir.

Dortmund are yet to lose after three league games under new manager Lucien Favre and have already beaten RB Leipzig and German Cup winners Frankfurt.

Galatasaray to beat Lokomotiv Moscow

Galatasaray’s 4-1 home win over Kasimpasa on Friday was their 18th victory in 19 matches at the Turk Telecom Arena in all competitions.

The Turkish champions have lost just one of their last 27 matches at home, while they have won their last two on their own patch with an aggregate score of 10-1.

Lokomotiv are 10th in the Russian Premier League, having won just two of their seven matches so far.

Napoli to beat Red Star Belgrade

Red Star lost 1-0 at home to Arsenal in the Europa League group stage last year in their only comparable European test over the last two seasons.

The Serbian side were also held at home to BATE Borisov in the same campaign, before being eliminated in the round of 32.

Napoli have won three out of four this season, including victories over both Lazio and AC Milan, and should coast past lesser opponents.

Porto to win or draw v Schalke

Schalke have made a dreadful start to their season and are one of just two sides yet to earn a point in the Bundesliga after three matches.

The Bundesliga runners up lost Max Meyer and Leon Goretzka in the summer and they are yet to adjust to life without them.

Porto have won four and drawn one of their six matches in all competitions this season and are an enticing price to take advantage of their hosts’ poor start.


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