The group stage of the 2023/24 Champions League comes to a conclusion on Wednesday with the eight remaining ties from Groups E to H.
There are one or two crunch ties, including Borussia Dortmund's showdown with PSG, where goals are expected at both ends.
A goal fest in Dortmund is the last leg of a Wednesday four-fold, which also includes Feyenoord to beat Celtic, Leipzig to see off Young Boys in a low scorer and both teams scoring in the match between Porto and Shakhtar. The acca works out at 18/1.
Accumulator pays 18/1
RB Leipzig & Under 3.5 goals – 6/4
RB Leipzig and Young Boys can go through the motions at the Red Bull Arena with their fates sealed going into the final round of Group G fixtures.
The Germans are going through as runners-up behind Manchester City, while Young Boys are going into the Europa League for finishing third.
The fixture comes just four days after Leipzig enjoyed a sapping 3-2 triumph at Borussia Dortmund, a high-tempo affair which would have taken its toll. Rose has hinted he will make changes and with Timo Werner definitely out, Xaver Schlager a doubt and Emil Forsberg and Yussuf Poulsen pushing for rare starts.
Young Boys, competitive in a 3-1 home loss to Leipzig earlier in the competition, are going well at the top of the Super League and will be determined to avoid a heavy loss.
In a group that has oozed goals, this may be one match where fireworks are scarce though Leipzig's class ought to ultimately tell. Back Marco Rose's men and under 3.5 goals at 6/4.
Feyenoord win – 6/5
Celtic and Feyenoord will occupy the bottom two places in Group E ahead of their dead rubbed clash in the Champions League.
Though the small matter of £2.5m per group stage win should ensure the game is at least competitive, and if it goes to type then the money has to be on the Dutch side to deliver.
Feyenoord, 2-0 winners over Celtic in Rotterdam on matchday one, were sitting pretty after three rounds having also beaten Lazio 3-1 at home.
But subsequent losses to Lazio and Atletico Madrid mean they are heading for the Europa League in the spring while Celtic have just one point to show for a fairly dismal campaign.
Celtic Park would normally be rocking for a home European tie but it will be interesting to see how motivated Bhoys' fans are as they try to take stock from their shock weekend loss at Kilmarnock.
Saturday's Premiership clash with Hearts, therefore, takes on far more significance than this, and the Eredivisie high-fliers look a cut above the Scottish champs.
Both teams to score – 10/11
One of the big games of the night is the winner-takes-all contest between Porto and Shakhtar in Group H.
Both sides are on nine points and a draw would mean Porto securing second spot behind Barcelona, with Shakhtar entering the Europa League.
Given that Porto have not been involved in a 0-0 draw since March and Shakhtar have to go for it, expect plenty of goals with both teams to score at 10/11 looking a sensible play.
The first game between these sides in September in neutral Hamburg was entertaining, with Porto running out 3-1 winners.
It's hard to believe Porto will look to just play this one out against a Shakhtar side who have a free hit with a Europa League spot banked in reserve.
BTTS & Over 2.5 goals – 4/5
Group F leaders Borussia Dortmund look a big price given they need to be competitive against PSG or run the risk of losing top spot.
At least the Germans - who will finish second behind PSG if they lose - are into the last 16, unlike Kylian Mbappe and his team-mates who may well need to win to stave off the threat from either Newcastle or Milan.
That makes for a compelling backdrop to a game which will surely be full of goals.
A Dortmund injury crisis – left-back Julian Ryerson is the latest addition to a lengthening list while Emre Can is suspended – makes the hosts slightly less attractive.
But it's hard to imagine this game not opening up and the firepower in both squads is abundant.
Accumulator pays 18/1
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