The Champions League group stages kick off on Tuesday evening and the game of the night undoubtedly comes from Group C, where Liverpool host Paris Saint-Germain.
Liverpool to win and both to score @ 2/1
Both sides have made perfect starts to their domestic seasons and while Ligue 1 glory looks almost a formality for PSG, the Reds seem ready for a real crack at the Premier League.
They did though reach the final of this competition last term and their five European Cup wins must spark envy from the hierarchy at the Parc des Princes, with Champions League success all they want with domestic domination assured.
Away games have been an issue for them though, but goals are not, and PSG have scored in each of their last 16 Champions League games.
Both have also conceded at least two in their last three European matches so look out for the goals markets, with over 3.5 tempting at 11/10.
It is sure to be an entertaining evening but the Anfield factor could well see Jurgen Klopp get one over on his old friend Thomas Tuchel.
Inter to win @ 2/1
Inter Milan return to Champions League football for the first time since the 2011-12 campaign and can start with a bang by beating Tottenham in Group B.
The Nerazzurri are still to settle after another big summer in the transfer market and lost at home to Parma over the weekend.
Spurs also went down, succumbing 2-1 to Liverpool and look a team suffering from both fatigue after their squad’s World Cup exploits, and the lack of a sharp goalkeeper, with Michel Vorm failing to provide security in Hugo Lloris’ absence.
Inter are likely to be inspired by the occasion and with Mauricio Pochettino’s side struggling, look for the home win.
Porto to win @ 19/10
The final pick comes from Group D where Schalke welcome Porto to Gelsenkirchen.
Die Konigsblauen finished second in the Bundesliga last term but that was without European football to deal with and have struggled so far this season, losing their opening three league matches.
Porto are old hands at this competition and rested players in Friday’s Taca da Liga draw with Chaves.
Sergio Conceicao was a fine winger in his day but as is often the case with such players, has shown plenty of defensive nous since switching to the dugout.
While still a touch green in Europe, he is further along the management path than Domenico Tedesco and the Dragoes can make a winning start to their latest European adventure.
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