I POSTED one bet from each of Tuesday's eight Champions League matches and notched six winners.
There are another eight ties tonight and again I've got one recommended bet for each of them.
Let's start with the biggest game of the night as PSG entertain Bayern Munich in Group B.
The French side have shown their ambition is not to compete with the best but to beat the best after splashing £200m for Neymar and agreeing to fork out £166 for Kylian Mbappe after his loan season.
Everything looked rosy in the French camp as they started with a series of wins including 5-0 at Celtic on matchday one. But a bust-up between Neymar and Edinson Cavani has taken the shine off a good start and back-to-back draws against Lyon and Montpellier have shaken off their cloak of invincibility.
Neymar will return after missing out at the weekend with a minor injury and the French face their toughest test of the season against the German champions.
After all, the club from the French capital have assembled the most expensive forward line in history in the form of Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe.
Bayern have lost keeper Manuel Neuer for the rest of the year and that's a blow and No.2 keeper Sven Ulreich made a howler as Wolfsburg came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at the Olympic Stadium last Friday.
Despite their problems Bayern beat 10-man Anderlecht 3-0 on matchday one and have vast experience in Europe. PSG are evens favourites but for me the best bet is to go for both to score and over 2.5 goals at 8-13 with Coral with so much attacking talent on show.
Celtic travel to Anderlecht in the other Group C and I've posted a separate preview tipping Celtic not to lose at 5-6 with Betway.
In another big game Chelsea travel to Atletico Madrid's new Wanda Metropolitano stadium hoping it's not the fortress the Vicente Calderon was.
Atletico lost one of 23 home Champions League matches in the Vicente and have been semi-finalists in three of the past four seasons so this will be tough for Chelsea who have just sold Diego Costa to the Spaniards although he can't play until January.
Chelsea failed to win at Arsenal, Spurs, Liverpool and Manchester United on the way to the title last season so it would be a surprise if they picked up three points but a draw is possible against a side who like to keep it tight.
Qarabag were hammered 6-0 by a weakened Chelsea side on matchday one and I can't see them getting any joy at home to Roma. Azerbaijan's not the easiest place to go but the rookies look out of their depth and Roma are good for accumulators at 9-20 with Betway.
Sporting Lisbon started Group D with a victory at Olympiakos but now face big guns Barcelona and then Juventus. The Portuguese are the latest side to try to stop Lionel Messi who has netted 12 in nine games following the departure of Neymar.
Barca can be put on accumulators at 4-11 and Messi is 27-11 at Unibet to score first.
Juve were poor as they crashed 3-0 in the Nou Camp and should bounce back with a comfortable win against Olympiakos. They are just 1-8 to win so try them -1 at 9-20 or -2 at 11-10 with sportingbet.
CSKA Moscow started Group with a 2-1 win away to Benfica and will make life difficult for Man United.
Jose Mourinho's men continue to dig out results but are clearly missing Paul Pogba. I don't see them losing but are a bit short at 4-6 with Betfred. Maybe a draw is the call at 3-1 with Stan James.
Basel v Benfica is game that looks tough to call but both to score has a chance at 4-5 with bet365.
- PSG v Bayern Munich btts
- Celtic not to lose
- Atletico v Chelsea under 2.5 goals
- Messi to score first
- Juventus -2
- CSKA v Man United draw
- Basel v Benfica btts