LIVERPOOL, Man City and Spurs are all in Champions League action tonight but it's only the Anfield men who are sweating on a last-16 place.
City and Spurs will top their groups to be seeded in the knockout stage but Liverpool are involved in a three-way fight with Sevilla and Spartak Moscow to qualify from Group E.
Jurgen Klopp's men lead the Spanish by one point ahead of tonight's meeting at the Ramon Sanchez and a draw would be a decent result.
Sevilla have lost their last four away games in La Liga but Barcelona are the only side to beat them at home in 24 and they've won 17 of 20 in Europe although the bulk of those have been in the Europa League.
Liverpool's only wins in 13 on the road in Europe were at Maribor and Rubin Kazan so they shouldn't be favourites at 28-17 with Unibet.
I'm tempted by Sevilla at 37-20 with Marathonbet but best play could be to take Sevilla draw no bet at 11-10 with the same firm.
Wissam Ben Yedder netted in a draw at Anfield and has six goals in six home games this season so is worth a look at 6-4 with McBookie to score.
Spartak Moscow will be a popular bet at home to Maribor and the Russians know they'll be in great position to qualify with a win. They are no bigger than 1-4 thought so consider them to win to nil at evens with McBookie.
Maribor struck to late to clinch a 1-1 at home to the Moscow men but have lost 3-0 at Liverpool and Sevilla.
Spurs have qualified but need one win from two to clinch top spot in Group F ahead of Real Madrid.
They travel to a Borussia Dortmund who have taken just two points – from home and away draws with Apoel. Spurs drew away to Real and should be able to avoid defeat here despite their poor show against Arsenal at the weekend which resulted in star men Harry Kane and Dele Alli hooked.
The other game sees Real Madrid head to Apoel and considering their form they look extremely short at 2-11 with 188Bet. Cristiano Ronaldo's struggled to score in La Liga but maybe he'll get one in Cyprus – he is 11-5 at sportingbet.
Man City mauled Feyenoord 4-0 on matchday one and have won their last seven at home in the league and Champions League by an aggregate of 27-4.
The Dutch conceded three at Napoli and Shakhtar and while City don't need to win Pep Guardiola will want to keep their run going. They are a best 1-7 to win and if they field a side of decent strength consider them -2 at 10-11 with betfair.
One of the big surprises in the group stage is the form of unbeaten Serie A leaders Napoli. Maurizio Sarri's side have picked up just one win and look unlikely to qualify.
They lost 2-1 away to Shakhtar Donetsk and must beat the Ukraine to have any chance of making the last 16.
It's possible Napoli are focusing on a long-awaited Italian title bid but they should win in front of their own fans and are 9-20 at Betway. Don't pick a first scorer until line-ups are confirmed.
Besiktas have been brilliant in Group G with three wins and a draw and look a decent bet at 17-11 with Unibet to beat Porto at home. They only need a point through so Besiktas draw no bet is less risky at 6-5 with Marathonbet.
If Porto lose RB Leipzig will climb into second spot by beating Monaco. It's a tough ask and the Germans are stronger at home than on the road. Monaco have just two points but can still qualify. Difficult one to call but best bet could be both to score at a not too appealing price of 8-15 at bet365.
- Sevilla draw no bet
- Borussia Dortmund v Spurs btts
- Ronaldo to score first
- Spartak Moscow to win to nil (5pm)
- Besiktas draw no bet (5pm)
- Monaco v RB Leipzig btts