TUESDAY night is a mixture of English league games and Champions League games. I think there is real value on nights like this, especially if you do a lot of research.
TSG Hoffenheim v Lyon (20.00)
Group F has definitely been the most entertaining group in the champions league and has produced plenty of goals even after just 2 games. Hoffenheim's style of play lends itself to scoring & conceding goals, and their last 5 matches have resulted in over 2.5 goals. Lyon proved in their win at Manchester city that they can score away from home in Europe.
Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester city (20.00)
I'm revisiting Group F for the same reason as above. Shakhtar drew 2-2 with Lyon the last game in this league and will be keen to repeat their win in last seasons tournament at home to City. Manchester city meanwhile will be aware that this is a tight league and need to try and get some more points to pursue their goal of winning this tournament.
Charlton Athletic v Oxford United (19.45)
The English league one home side sit mid-table but are proving to be a side that score and concede a lot of goals. In a recent cup match they actually scored 8 goals. Oxford currently sit in the relegation places of the league having shipped 23 league goals in 14 matches.
Luton Town v Accrington Stanley (19.45)
Both teams are on a good run of form having each won 4 of their last 5 games. I can definitely see quite a few goals in this League one encounter.
Peterborough United v Fleetwood Town (19.45)
The home side currently sit 2nd top of the league one division and are the top scoring team in the league. Fleetwood are now managed by Joey Barton who has Ched Evans bang in form having scored 6 goals in 11 matches so far this season. The away side will need to push for goals to win this match.
Plymouth Argyle v Gillingham (19.45)
The home side are sitting bottom of league one and the away side are only mid-table. However for some reason when these teams meet there are normally goals. There have been over 2.5 goals in 6 of the last 7 games between the sides.