It's top class European action for Paul Robinson today as his Daily Acca takes in matches that feature Juventus, Marseille and also the Seville derby. Here are his selections:
Old Lady to continue their Turin trend
Bet 1: Back Juventus & BTTS @ 11/5 - KO 19:45 GMT
Juventus can return to the top of Serie A with a victory over AC Milan this evening, and while I expect them to achieve it in Turin, I can't see them keeping a clean sheet.
Maurizio Sarri's side actually have the best defensive record in the division, but they have kept just one clean sheet in their five home league games this term - all of which, ended in victory.
The visitors are again languishing well off the pace, which is a shame to see, given their history. Stefano Pioli is the latest manager tasked with turning the ship around, but since his appointment, they have played four and won just one.
Fireworks in Seville
Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Betis v Sevilla @ 4/5 - KO 20:00 GMT
To the Seville derby now, which is often described as the most passionate derby in world football. While that might be a slight exaggeration, it should be a cracking spectacle.
Unlike a lot of derbies, the goals have tended to flow when these two meet. Last season the two matches finished 3-2 and 1-0, with the year before producing 2-2 and 5-3 scorelines.
The hosts are unbeaten in five in front of their own fans, but they are yet to keep a clean sheet at home this year (six outings), however they are yet to fail to score themselves either.
The visitors recorded a 5-2 victory in the Europa League on Thursday, and in La Liga, two of their last three on the road have seen this selection land.
L'OM to take the points at Stade Vélodrome
Bet 3: Back Marseille @ 17/10 - KO 20:00 GMT
These two teams aren't as high in Ligue One as you would expect, but it's quite a tight division at present (excluding PSG), and Marseille could actually go as high as third with a win tonight.
That's exactly the result I think that they will get at home to Lyon. André Villas-Boas' hosts may have lost three of their last five in all competitions, but after being beaten in their opening home match of the campaign, they have since gone undefeated at Stade Vélodrome - winning three and drawing two.
Lyon have won their three latest outings in all competitions, but the two league victories came against struggling teams, and although they beat Benfica in the Champions League during the week, the Portuguese club aren't quite what they were, and Marseille have had the week off.