Get the best football bets this midweek with Champions League action on Tuesday and Wednesday, Europa League on Thursday and more...
"Bayern outclassed Lazio in the first leg, and should do again, while star striker Robert Lewandowski has found the net in 18 of his last 22 outings."
Manchester City won their first clash with Borussia Monchengladbach in Budapest, and Kevin Hatchard doesn't anticipate any problems second time around.
He says: "A demoralised Gladbach managed just two goal attempts in the first leg, and it's hard to see them leaving much of a dent in City's much-improved defence."
Real Madrid hold a 1-0 aggregate advantage against Atalanta coming into Tuesday night's second leg showdown in the Champions League. Mark O'Haire previews the contest.
He says: "With Atalanta chasing a way back into the tie, we could be in for an entertaining and exciting second leg showdown at Valdebebas."
Chelsea are 1-0 up on aggregate in their Champions League tie with Atletico Madrid and Dan Fitch expects the Blues' uncharitable defence to see them through.
"Chelsea's defensive record should give them confidence. The 0-0 away draw at Leeds on Saturday, was their fifth consecutive clean sheet."
Bayern Munich crushed Lazio in Rome, and Kevin Hatchard expects another eye-catching win from the Champions League holders.
He says: "Bayern outclassed Lazio in the first leg, and should do again, while star striker Robert Lewandowski has found the net in 18 of his last 22 outings."
The Champions League last-16 reaches its conclusion with this week's second legs so Max Liu picks a same game multi bet for all four ties.
He says: "It's not like we can rely on a Lazio side, which conceded twice at home to Serie A's bottom club Crotone at the weekend, to keep the score down. A Bayern clean sheet, meanwhile, is something of a rarity with just one in their last seven."
Midweek Championship Tips: Hornets to win away again
There's a full Championship fixture list across Tuesday and Wednesday so Jack Critchley picks his bets from the pick of the action.
He says: "Rotherham have failed to score in each of their last two matches at this stadium, and they could find it difficult to break down Watford's stubborn back-line. The visitors xGA is one of the best in the division and they've conceded just two goals in their last four games."
Relegation-threatened Birmingham host play-off chasing Reading at St Andrew's in Wednesday night's live Championship action. Mark O'Haire previews the contest.
He says: "The Berkshire outfit have returned W8-D4-L4 in their past 16 outings and have improved their road results too, losing just once in seven away days (W3-D3-L1)."