Roma to beat Viktoria Plzen (17:55)

Despite faltering form in Serie A, Roma have remained reliable in the Champions League and have already qualified for the last 16.

The Giallorossi did the double over CSKA Moscow and beat Plzen 5-0 at home in October, and they look a great price for another three points, even with a much-changed line-up.

The Czech side have lost three of their last four matches in Group G and have won just one in four in all competitions at home.

Ajax to win or draw v Bayern Munich (20:00)

Ajax are unbeaten after five games in Group E, including a 1-1 draw away to Bayern Munich in October.

Erik ten Hag’s side have lost just one of their 28 matches in all competitions this season and come into this fixture on the back of 11 victories in their last 12.

Bayern kept their first clean sheet in five games in their 3-0 win over Nuremberg at the weekend, while a run of just four victories in seven matches is uncharacteristically inconsistent.

Benfica to win to nil v AEK Athens (20:00)

Benfica notched their fifth victory in six matches in all competitions at the weekend, with their only defeat in that sequence coming against Bayern Munich.

The Portuguese side have kept three straight clean sheets and they should be able to keep out AEK’s feeble attack, which has failed to register in four of their five group games.

The Greek side are the only side in the tournament yet to win a point and are unlikely to start here.

Juventus to beat BSC Young Boys (20:00)

Juventus need a victory to guarantee top spot in Group H and, having won four out of five, look a safe bet to get it.

Max Allegri’s side won the reverse fixture 3-0 and are on a run of five straight victories in all competitions.

Young Boys have picked up just one point in the Champions League this season, against already-eliminated Valencia.


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