Roma to beat CSKA Moscow (17:55)

Since their 3-0 away defeat to Roma on Matchday 3, CSKA Moscow have lost 2-1 at home to Krasnodar and been held to a 0-0 draw away to strugglers Dinamo Moscow.

The Russian side have managed just one victory in all competitions in the six matches since they beat Real Madrid 1-0 at home on Matchday 2.

Roma have drawn back-to-back matches away to Napoli and Fiorentina since the previous meeting with CSKA and, at close to evens, they’re worth getting with.

Young Boys (+1) v Valencia (17:55)

Valencia come into this match on the back of a 1-0 defeat at home to Girona in La Liga.

Marcelino’s side have won just two of their last 12 matches in all competitions, with one of them coming against third-tier Ebro in the Copa del Rey last week, and drawn eight.

Young Boys did enough to claim a point at home in the reverse fixture, and have won three domestic games on the spin since that result.

Ajax to beat Benfica (20:00)

Even though it took a stoppage-time goal, Benfica were comfortably worse in terms of xG in the reverse fixture so were deservedly beaten.

They have followed that result with back-to-back defeats in the Primeira Liga, so there is plenty of value in backing an away win.

Ajax are top of Group E, having also earned a point away to Bayern Munich, and have won each of their last six matches to nil in all competitions.

Juventus to beat Manchester United (20:00)

Juventus have made their best-ever start to a Serie A season, having won 10 and drawn one of their opening 11 games.

The Bianconeri won 1-0 at Old Trafford in the return fixture and have lost just one of their last 35 home games in the Champions League, winning 24.

Manchester United are winless in the Champions League since they beat Young Boys on Matchday 1, while their 2-1 win over Bournemouth was their first away victory in three.



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