Barcelona v Bayern Munich
Wednesday 19:45 (Live on Sky Sports 1)
Truly, a Tangerine dream.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2 Dundee United 1 in the Scottish Prem last night.
Now we're ready to take this column to the next level.
Where once it was the Xavi-Busquets-Iniesta trio that got the world drooling, now it's Messi, Neymar and Suarez.
With the shift in focus from tiki-taka midfielders to forwards with better finishing moves, the goals have started to flow for Barcelona.
At the Camp Nou, they've struck 20 times in their last five Liga outings. Their last away game brought an 8-0 mullering for Cordoba. In total, they have won 13/17 home games by more than just the odd goal.
Cordoba are not in Bayern Munich's class, of course, but you should be getting a general idea of Barca's potency under Luis Enrique.
Bayern, meanwhile, have been poor on the road in their biggest games to date. Pep Guardiola's injury-ravaged outfit are W0-D2-L2 visiting the teams just below them at the top of the Bundesliga. Both defeats came by more than just the odd goal.
On the road in Europe, they are winless in three, conceding three times in recent defeats at Porto and Manchester City.
With a desire - nay, a need - to avenge their humiliation by Bayern a couple of years ago, the Catalans will not go easy on their old boss.
Back Barcelona -1.0 on the Asian Handicap @ 2.41 v Bayern Munich