Dortmund v Club Brugge
UEFA Champions League. Kick-off: 8pm, Wednesday 28th November, Live on BT Sport 3
DORTMUND have been arguably the story of the European season so far, roaring to the Bundesliga summit while making equally impressive progress in the Champions League.
Their 4-0 demolition of Atletico Madrid in Germany sent shockwaves across the continent and signalled that Lucian Favre's men are a force to be reckoned with.
While Atletico got their revenge back in Spain, they could only manage a 2-0 victory which means Dortmund remain in the driving seat to top Group A.
All they need to do is see off Brugge at home then deal with whipping boys Monaco in the final game of the section to secure an easier draw in the last 16.
The Belgians shouldn't present them with too many problems and that's reflected in the odds, with Favre's side the 3/10 favourites with 888 Sport and Brugge 10/1 outsiders.
But the Germans needed a late Christian Pusilic goal to seal a 1-0 victory in Belgium back in September so it may not be quite the cakewalk many are expecting.
A repeat of that 1-0 win is available at 8/1 with 888 Sport but there should be goals and Brugge have a few players out injured so try a 3-1 win instead at 17/2 with the same firm.
Marco Reus can always be relied upon for a few goals and I like the look of him at 33/10 for first scorer with 888 Sport.
English kid Jadon Sancho has also caught the eye recently and his searing pace could cause problems for the Brugge defence. The winger is 11/8 for anytime scorer (888 Sport) and worth consideration at 24/5 for last scorer given he will be up against a tiring defence late on.
Hans Vanaken has been Brugge's most consistent player so far this season and has netted twice in the group stage. That makes the talented Belgian, who also takes penalties, a good option for anytime scorer at 9/2 with 888 Sport.
- Marco Reus first scorer 33/10 (888 Sport)
- 3-1 Dortmund win 17/2 (888 Sport)
- Vanaken anytime scorer 9/2 (888 Sport)
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