Real Madrid v Ajax (20:00)

Real Madrid are without a clean sheet in seven matches, a record that’s unlikely to improve against Ajax.

The Dutch side dominated the first leg, missing several chances in a 1-2 defeat, and have scored 13 goals in their last three domestic matches.

Real should find the net, though, having only failed to score against Barcelona in their last 12 outings.

Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham (20:00)

Dortmund have to chase their 3-0 deficit from the off, which lends itself perfectly to a BTTS bet.

The hosts’ last three home matches have finished 3-3, 3-3 and 3-2, while they have scored twice or more in 16 of their 17 matches at the Westfalenstadion this season.

Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min are too good on the counter-attack not to take advantage of their gung-ho hosts. BTTS landed in all three of Spurs’ away games in the group stage, as well as both meetings between these sides last season.

Cheltenham v Bury (19:45)

Three of Bury’s last four away games have finished 2-4, 1-2 and 2-3, so BTTS is a fair bet when they go to Cheltenham.

The visitors have scored 20 goals in their last eight league matches, with Nicky Maynard and Jay O’Shea both among the league’s six leading goalscorers.

Cheltenham have won their last four home matches, scoring in 15 consecutive matches at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium. BTTS has landed in all of their last four home matches against top-seven opposition.

Harrogate v Bromley (19:45)

BTTS has landed in 10 consecutive Harrogate home matches, so this looks a fantastic bet when they welcome Bromley on Tuesday.

Eight of those matches have featured over 2.5 goals, while they have scored a league-high 1.85 goals per game overall this season.

Bromley rank sixth in that metric, scoring 1.37 goals per game, while their last three away games have featured goals at both ends.


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