THE Champions League returns tonight as minnows FC Copenhagen bid to write another chapter in their fairytale by knocking the kings of Europe off their throne.
The Danes have already shocked the red half of Manchester this season but McBookie make them 11/1 outsiders when City come calling.
With Pep Guardiola’s side on a 10-game winning run it’s easy to see why they’re 2/9 favourites at the Parken Stadium.
Copenhagen are just coming out of their winter break but have been warming up in Portugal with Atlantic Cup games against fellow Scandinavian sides.
Kevin De Bruyne should start after coming off the bench on Saturday and is 6/4 at 888Sport for an assist.
RB Leipzig host Real Madrid in the other game and the Germans are in poor form with just one victory in their last six games.
Real are without Jude Bellingham but still look good for a first-leg win at 13/10 with Betfair.
There’s some lower-league SPFL action too with the bottom two in League One both on the road at tough venues.
Annan shocked Hamilton at the weekend but now face an Alloa side who beat them 3-2 just 10 days ago.
We should see goals again and in-form Wasps striker Bobby Wales is 6/4 for anytime scorer (McBookie).
Rock-bottom Edinburgh are rank outsiders at Kelty but could offer some value in the handicap. Backing them at +3 pays 20/21 with McBookie.
- Super singles: Real Madrid win (13/10, Betfair), Wales to score (6/4, McBookie).
- McBookie bet builder: Combining a goal for Erling Haaland in Denmark with BTTS pays 190/100.