Wolfsburg vs. Salzburg (Tuesday, 5.45pm)
The Austrian champions claimed a convincing 3-1 win in the first meeting with Florian Kohfeldt's side, who are still winless in this year's tournament.
We say: Wolfsburg 2-2 Red Bull Salzburg
Salzburg's inexperience in Europe has not caught up with them just yet, but Wolfsburg are firmly enjoying that new manager bounce, if their game against Leverkusen was anything to go by.
The visitors never have any problem in the final third but do not exactly boast the most impenetrable defence in Europe, so we think a fast-paced encounter will end with a share of the spoils.
Malmo vs. Chelsea (Tuesday, 5.45pm)
The pair clash at the Eleda Stadion with the European champions sitting second in the group behind Juventus, while their hosts are rock-bottom, without either a goal or a point.
We say: Malmo 0-2 Chelsea
Even a slightly depleted Chelsea squad will have too much experience and guile for Malmo to manage on Tuesday, and the in-form reigning champions look set to seal a place in the last 16 sooner rather than later.
Once they have established a lead, the Blues might drop their levels of intensity, so the game could finish with a closer scoreline than many anticipate.
Bayern vs. Benfica (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Julian Nagelsmann's side thrashed the Portuguese outfit 4-0 on matchday three and will confirm their place in the next round with another routine victory here.
We say: Bayern Munich 3-1 Benfica
Even without two mainstays of the side in Hernandez and Goretzka, Bayern's irrepressible attacking forces should have no problem propelling their side to victory here.
We would not put it past Benfica to breach a Bavarian defence that has certainly not been impenetrable over the past week, but we can only envisage Nagelsmann's side confirming their spot in the next stage on Tuesday.
Dynamo Kiev vs. Barcelona (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
A Gerard Pique winner was all that separated the two sides last time out, but the Blaugrana's uncertain managerial situation could see the Ukrainian side sense an opportunity in midweek.
We say: Dynamo Kiev 0-1 Barcelona
With Dynamo Kiev yet to concede on home soil this term and Barcelona's profligacy coming into play away from home, the form book may suggest a memorable home win against an injury-hit Blaugrana.
Gone are the days where Barca would sweep aside Dynamo Kiev by four goals to nil, but we still have confidence in the Blaugrana's talented attackers to bag at least one crucial goal and boost their qualification bid.
Atalanta vs. Man Utd (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
The Red Devils are currently top of Group F, collecting six points from their first three matches, while Atalanta are third in the section, just two points behind their opponents in Bergamo.
We say: Atalanta BC 1-1 Manchester United
A draw would be a good result for Man United under the circumstances, and we fancy the Red Devils to claim a point in Italy. Atalanta are still missing some important players but caused a lot of problems at Old Trafford in the reverse match, and we are expecting the spoils to be shared at the Gewiss Stadium.
Villarreal vs. Young Boys (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
The Yellow Submarine, who ran out 4-1 winners in the reverse fixture in Switzerland on October 20, are currently second in the section on four points, while Young Boys are bottom on three points.
We say: Villarreal 2-1 Young Boys
Young Boys are certainly better than they showed in the reverse match in Switzerland, but it is still a tough ask to overcome Villarreal on their own patch. We are expecting a tight game between two sides that like to get the ball down and pass but fancy Emery's team to just emerge victorious on the night.
Sevilla vs. Lille (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
The hosts have taken three points from their opening three games to sit second in the rankings, while Lille are one point and one place worse off than their upcoming opponents.
We say: Sevilla 1-0 Lille
Neither Sevilla nor Lille have inspired much confidence within their respective ranks during their European endeavours, and both sets of supporters will only be hoping that this week's battle is nowhere near as dull as their first meeting.
Fans and neutrals alike should not be expecting a goal-fest here, but Lille's abysmal away form coupled with Sevilla's home specialities makes a Palanganas triumph the only outcome we can envisage.
Juventus vs. Zenit (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Top of Group H with maximum points so far, Juventus seek to seal a double over Zenit St Petersburg in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Though already closing in on the last 16, the Bianconeri have been struggling domestically, while Zenit sit top of the Russian Premier League but trail behind in the group following defeat to this week's hosts in Russia.
We say: Juventus 1-0 Zenit St Petersburg
Juventus have made a habit of grinding out narrow wins in the Champions League this term, and they can continue to do so at the Allianz Stadium, despite their faltering Serie A status.
While Zenit have scored freely in the past week, they will find less space than their domestic opponents afford them, and their desperation to claim the points could see them picked off by the Bianconeri once again.
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