Bayern Munich are the 12/5 favourites to be the highest scoring side in Wednesday's Champions League fixtures but with their qualification already secured, there's value to be found in the Highest Scoring Team market.
Bayern Munich secured top spot in Group A following a 2-1 victory over Galatasaray in the previous gameweek and with their passage to the knockout stages confirmed, Thomas Tuchel may be tempted to rotate his squad as they approach a busy December period.
Tuchel's side take on FC Copenhagen and while on paper this would appear to be a comfortable win for the Bavarian outfit, the Danes arrive at the Allianz Arena with qualification in their own hands and will be desperate to eek out a result.
Jacob Neestrup's team were the highest scoring team in the Champions League on November 8th after their 4-3 win over Manchester United and they're 50/1 to repeat that feat.
One team who will be looking to confirm their status as group winners is Arsenal, who can seal top spot in Group B with victory over Lens.
Having suffered defeat in the reverse fixture, the Gunners responded well with consecutive victories over Sevilla to avoid any embarrassment. Mikel Arteta's men have been formidable at the Emirates, scoring 10 goals in their last three home fixtures and are 4/1 to be the Champions League's highest scoring team on Wednesday.
Real Sociedad are third favourites in the market as they host FC Salzburg in San Sebastian.
In a competitive-looking Group D, Sociedad have flourished. Winning three of their four matches, they've secured their qualification to the last 16 with two games to spare and are now locked in a battle with Inter Milan for top spot, whom they play in their final group match.
Imanol Alguacil's men triumphed 2-0 against Salzburg in Austria and having dumped Benfica out of the competition with a 3-1 win last time out, the Txuriurdin appear good value at 13/2.
It's impossible to overlook 14-time champions and La Liga leaders Real Madrid, who entertain Napoli at the Santiago Bernabeu and are priced at 17/2.
Top of Group C with four wins from four, Los Blancos need just a point to seal their passage as group winners. Carlo Ancelotti was boosted by the availability of Jude Bellingham and Rodrygo at the weekend, with the duo returning from injuries in their 3-0 win over Cadiz.
Despite injuries to key personnel and the evident void of a world-class number nine, Real Madrid have been scoring for fun of late, chalking up 11 goals in their last three matches.
Napoli can secure their qualification to the knockout stages with a win and with a new manager at the helm in Walter Mazzarri, Gli Azzurri are 25/1 to cause an upset and finish as Wednesday's highest scoring team.
Braga, priced at 12/1, need to win emphatically to have any chance of reaching the last 16. They take on Union Berlin, whose fairytale progress has been halted in recent months. Revered manager Urs Fischer, who guided their ascent from the 2.Bundesliga to competing with Europe's elite, was relieved of his duties and Die Eisernen find themselves in a Bundesliga relegation battle.
Interestingly both Galatasaray and Manchester United are 14/1 in the Highest Scoring Team market, with the pair set to meet in a must-win contest that will likely determine who progresses from Group A.