There's some familiar names in action at home and abroad as the soccer week really gets started.
Planet Sport have compiled a list of six bets from the Champions League and Europa League play-offs, as well as the Championship and League One, which you can select from for your latest accumulator.
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Red Bull Salzburg vs Brondby (Champions League Qualifying)
Red Bull Salzburg and Brondby could not be in more contrasting form heading into the first leg of their Champions League play-off
Austrian champions Salzburg have picked up right where they left off, winning all four league matches and scoring 12 goals in the process, while their Danish counterparts have yet to win this season, with just three points secured from a possible 15.
The disparity in form is reflected in skinny odds of 2/11 for a Salzburg victory, but we're still keen to keep them onside and with two clean sheets in their last two matches, the hosts to win to nil is a far more palatable 10/11.
Monaco vs Shakhtar Donetsk (Champions League Qualifying)
Monaco's surprise loss at Lorient on Friday has left Niko Kovac's men feeling the heat ahead of their sternest test of the campaign, facing a Shakhtar side who have played in all but one of the Champions League group stages since 2010.
The visitors have also won five out of six in all competitions this campaign, including a double over Genk in the previous round and a 2-0 victory against Metalist Kharkiv last time out, and they look to be outstanding value at 15/4 for the win.
However, Monaco were equally as impressive in the third qualifying round, securing a 5-1 aggregate win over Sparta Prague, and should be up for the cup in the Principality.
So both teams to score is our selection here.
Sheriff Tiraspol vs Dinamo Zagreb (Champions League Qualifying)
Moldovan champions Sheriff secured one of the results of the third qualifying round, knocking out Red Star Belgrade, and they have their sights set on qualifying for their very first Champions League group stage.
Standing in their way are last season's Europa League quarter-finalists, who successfully negotiated a tricky tie with Legia Warsaw in the last round and have lost just one out of 10 games this season.
They have won seven of their last eight games, but none of their opposition has been on Zagreb's level and the bookies have reacted accordingly, with the hosts a 16/5 shot.
It would be an enormous shock if Zagreb did not advance from this tie, and with the visitors having won all four of their away matches this campaign we reckon they will continue that run.
Red Star Belgrade vs CF Cluj (Europa League Qualifying)
Speaking of Belgrade, they have a chance to salvage their European season against fellow Champions League dropouts CFR Cluj, with a place in the Europa League group stage at stake.
The Romanians were beaten by Young Boys in the Champions League, who were themselves knocked out by Red Star in last year's Europa League play-offs.
And of further concern will be Belgrade's recent form, as prior to their loss to Sheriff last time out the Red and Whites had won three out of four.
It's hard to make a case for a Cluj side that won just one of their six Europa League group games last season, against the class of opposition they are facing here, so we're going for the home win.
Millwall vs Fulham (Championship)
It says a lot about the Championship that no side has won both of their games. Fulham top the table early doors after a 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough was followed by a 5-1 thrashing of Huddersfield.
Fulham's opening strike was one of the most bizarre goals you will ever see, but with four more conventional goals following, the Cottagers are the top scorers in the division and 5/4 favourites here.
They travel to a Millwall side who have drawn both their Championship matches 1-1, but when you add in their 2-1 victory over Portsmouth in the League Cup it has been a decent start to the season for Gary Rowett's men.
This is a close one to call, but with both sides having scored in all five games played this campaign, we're happy with 10/11 on the same result at the Den.
Burton Albion vs Sunderland (League One)
Just two games into the League One season and there's a top-four clash between two sides with 100% records to get our teeth into at Eton Park.
Last time out the hosts won 2-1 at Ipswich, while the Black Cats prevailed by the same scoreline at MK Dons. Having won two of their last three trips to Burton, Sunderland are 13/10 favourites.
However, the return of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has given Burton a real shot in the arm and with home advantage we reckon the Brewers can cook up a draw, priced up at a tasty 9/4.