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Atletico Madrid to keep a clean sheet v Leverkusen (20:00)

Leverkusen come into this match on the back of one victory in their last seven matches in all competitions, against bottom-of-the-league Paderborn in the DFB-Pokal last week.

The German side have lost three out of three in the Champions League, with their only goal coming from a Benedikt Howedes own goal at home to Lokomotiv Moscow on Matchday 1.

Atletico Madrid have kept nine clean sheets in 15 matches in all competitions this season, including in a 1-0 victory at home to Leverkusen in the reverse fixture, so this looks a great price.

Manchester City to beat Atalanta & BTTS (20:00)

Manchester City went a goal down at home to Atalanta last month before eventually winning 5-1.

City also failed to keep a clean sheet in back-to-back victories over Southampton, meaning this bet has landed in three of their last four matches in all competitions.

Atalanta are the top scorers in Serie A by some distance, having netted 30 goals, while BTTS has landed in seven of their last eight games.

BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Dinamo Zagreb v Shakhtar (20:00)

The first game between these two finished 2-2 a fortnight ago, and more of the same seems likely on Wednesday.

Zagreb won their first home game of this competition 4-0, and have scored in their last 32 home matches in all competitions.

This bet has landed in three of Shakhtar’s last four away games in the Champions League, with the exception a 6-0 defeat at Man City.

Kylian Mbappe to outscore Club Brugge (20:00)

Mbappe has scored seven goals in his last four appearances in all competitions for Paris Saint-Germain, despite only starting two of those matches.

That run includes a 22-minute hat-trick in their 5-0 victory against Club Brugge in the reverse fixture two weeks ago.

Mbappe shouldn’t need a hatful to ensure this comes in, given that Paris Saint-Germain are yet to concede a goal in the Champions League this season and have faced just one shot.

BTTS & over 2.5 goals in Red Star v Tottenham (20:00)

Red Star were walloped 5-0 by Tottenham a fortnight ago, but are a different proposition at home.

The Serbian side beat Olympiakos 3-1 at the Rajko Matic Stadium last month, while there have been three or more goals in all three of their group games.

Tottenham should get on the scoresheet themselves, having walloped them 5-0 at home a fortnight ago. But with just two clean sheets in 10 matches, goals look likely at the other end as well.

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