Tottenham to flop in the San Siro
Bet 1: Back Inter @ 2/1 - KO 17:55 BST
The Italians haven't made the best start to their season as they have won just one of their four Serie A matches to date, and they have one point from a possible six at home.
That being said, 2/1 is a very generous price for a side playing at home in this competition, especially when their opponent is coming into the game on the back of two straight defeats.
Tottenham were lucky to escape with only a 2-1 loss against Liverpool on Saturday, as they were thoroughly outplayed for long periods at Wembley.
Mauricio Pochettino was unable to bring in any new players during the summer and not only has he been hindered by many of his squad getting into the final stages of the World Cup, he now has some key members battling injuries.
Inter aren't the Inter of old, but Luciano Spalletti's men are a good bet to take the three points in this early evening kick off.
Dave Tindall is 9.78pts in profit this season so it's worth taking a look at his preview of this game.
Atletico to hit the jackpot in Monaco
Bet 2: Back Atletico Madrid @ 4/5 - KO 20:00 BST
I tipped Atletico Madrid as my pick to win this competition this season, so it would be wrong of me not to back them to win their opening group game at odds of 4/5.
Diego Simeone's side aren't firing on all cylinders yet this term as they have taken just five points from a possible 12 in La Liga, which is disappointing considering how they played in their UEFA Super Cup win against Real Madrid.
I'm not too concerned though as they have quality throughout their ranks and we all know how hard they are to beat. A trip to Monaco shouldn't phase them too much here as the hosts are having their own struggles.
Leonardo Jardim's team won their opening Ligue One fixture of the campaign, but since then they have gone DLLD, and it would appear that their policy of selling their best players each summer is finally catching up with them.
Dan Fitch is predicting a low-scoring affair.
Napoli to be the stars in Belgrade
Bet 3: Back Napoli @ 4/9 - KO 20:00 BST
We conclude in Group C for Napoli's trip to Red Star Belgrade, and despite them being away from home, I'm keen to have the Italians on my side.
Given that the other two teams in this group are PSG and Liverpool, Carlo Ancelotti will know that if he wants to qualify, he probably needs to take six points from the Serbians.
His side put a 3-0 defeat at Sampdoria behind them to beat Fiorentina 1-0 on Saturday, and that was their third victory of the season having previously beaten Lazio and AC Milan.
The hosts are through to this stage of the Champions League for the first time in its current format, as they came through a tough tie against Red Bull Salzburg in the previous round - two draws saw them progress on the away goals rule.
They simply aren't in Napoli's league though, and Ancelotti has the tactical nous to come back with the three points.
Check out Dan Fitch's thoughts on this match here.