THE Bundesliga is back and there's plenty of enticing matches on the first Saturday of the new campaign.
Schalke finished best of the rest behind Bayern Munich last season and get under way at a Wolfsburg side who only beat the drop via the play-offs.
Schalke manager Domenico Tedesco is a sharp operator and one of the country's rising managerial stars. His side have a great recent record against the Wolves – five wins and a draw in the past six meetings – and also boasted the division's second best away record last term so look good to at least avoid defeat.
In the capital, Hertha Berlin host newly promoted Nurenberg who are back in the top flight for the first time since 2014. Hertha underperformed last season but have held on to their key men and can punish the visitors' lack of cutting edge.
In Serie A the Ronaldo show rolls on to Turin for Cristiano's first home game in Juventus colours. It took Juve a last-minute goal to down Chievo last weekend and the Portuguese talisman will be desperate to break his duck for his new team tonight.
Lazio ended Juve's two-year unbeaten league home run with a 2-1 victory last season but Juve can gain revenge with Ronaldo leading the way.
And finally, French champs PSG can hammer home their superiority against winless Angers by leading at half-time and full-time.
- Schalke double chance (2.30pm)
- Hertha Berlin draw no bet (2.30pm)
- PSG HT-FT (4pm)
- Juventus (5pm)
- (5-2, bet365)