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Tuesday Preview: Erling Haaland looking to haunt Borussia Dortmund again

Teams continue to battle it out for places in the knockout stage of the Champions League this week in Europe's elite competition.

The action continues on Tuesday night and our focus starts with Manchester City striker Erling Haaland returning to his former club Borussia Dortmund.

City out to secure top spot

WhatBorussia Dortmund v Man City
WhereWestfalenstadion, Dortmund
When20:00 Tuesday 25th October 2022
How to watchBT Sport 2
OddsBorussia Dortmund 4/1, Draw 10/3, Man City 8/13

Anything but a defeat for Pep Guardiola’s City at the Westfalenstadion would see the reigning Premier League champions secure top spot in Group G.

The Citizens must continue without injured England duo Kalvin Phillips (shoulder) and Kyle Walker (groin), while Sergio Gomez is suspended for the trip to Germany.

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City were forced to come from behind in the last meeting between these sides at the Etihad Stadium, with Haaland bagging the winner against his former club.

The Norwegian striker cast a frustrated figure in the 1-0 defeat to Liverpool in the Premier League but was back to his best with a brace against Brighton at the weekend. Haaland is 4/6 to score anytime against his former club on Tuesday night.

Top two face off in Salzburg

WhatFC Salzburg v Chelsea
WhereRed Bull Arena, Salzburg
When17:45 Tuesday 25th October 2022
How to watchBT Sport 4
OddsFC Salzburg 7/2, Draw 3/1, Chelsea 8/11

There’s an intriguing battle set to take place at the Red Bull Arena on Tuesday as the top two teams in Group E face off.

Chelsea currently sit top of the pile ahead of their trip to Austria, while Salzburg sit just one point behind in second place.

Salzburg are still unbeaten in the Champions League group stages this season but their inability to convert draws into wins means they are still behind the Blues.

Both Chelsea and Salzburg have their fate in their own hands and wins for either could see them secure a spot in the knockout stages, depending on what happens between AC Milan and Dinamo Zagreb.

Salzburg are unbeaten in their last 17 games in all competitions and are 21/20 to win or draw against Graham Potter’s Blues.

Celtic desperate to bag maiden win

WhatCeltic v Shakhtar Donetsk
WhereCeltic Park, Glasgow
When20:00 Tuesday 25th October 2022
How to watchBT Sport 3
OddsCeltic 17/20, Draw 14/5, Shakhtar Donetsk 3/1

Celtic will be eyeing a first win in the Champions League this season against Shakhtar Donetsk as the Hoops look to keep their hopes of qualifying for the Europa League alive.

Celtic have struggled in the Champions League, having won just once in their last 10 outings in the competition.

Shakhtar tend to struggle on their travels but impressed recently with a 4-1 win at RB Leipzig, before pushing Real Madrid hard before a defeat at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The 3/1 for an away win is good value for a Shakhtar side that have only been beaten once so far in the group stage this season and still harbour ambitions of reaching the knockout stages.

Real can snap up top spot

WhatRB Leipzig v Real Madrid
WhereRed Bull Arena, Leipzig
When20:00 Tuesday 25th October 2022
How to watchBT Sport 6
OddsRB Leipzig 7/4, Draw 5/2, Real Madrid 29/20

Real Madrid will be looking to secure top spot in Group F when they make the journey to RB Leipzig on Tuesday night.

Los Blancos head to Germany with an unbeaten record in all competitions this season, as they continue to impress under manager Carlo Ancelotti.

The reigning European champions have been in free-scoring form of late, having scored nine goals in their last three games.

Leipzig struggled at the start of the group stage but back-to-back wins over Scottish champions Celtic have given the Bundesliga outfit hope of still reaching the knockouts.

Real earned a 2-0 victory the last time they met Leipzig in Madrid and are well-priced at 29/20 to secure another three points on Tuesday.

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