With the exception of a few games in the Olympics, there's not a lot going on this Tuesday.
Nevertheless, here at Planet Sport we've been able to compile four bets from the Champions League qualifiers to create an 18/1 accumulator.
Here are the all-important bets…
Flora Tallinn vs Legia Warsaw
Polish champions Legia have a one-goal advantage heading into the second leg against Flora.
A 91st minute winner from Rafael Guimaraes Lopes helped the Warsaw outfit to a 2-1 victory last week.
Considering their superior financial capabilities, it was a surprise to see Legia forced into such a close tie.
The Warsaw outfit are prone to embarrassing European qualification exits and they're not exactly in a safe position here either.
With Flora playing on home turf, our first bet in this Tuesday acca is for the hosts to get on the scoresheet at 4/9.
Jurgen Henn's side carried a serious goal threat in Warsaw and they are more than capable of replicating that at the A. Le Coq Arena.
HJK Helsinki vs Malmo FF
Malmo FF find themselves in a similar predicament to Legia Warsaw.
They too come into this game with a 2-1 lead despite being tipped as the overwhelming favourites.
Due to their rather unconvincing first leg outing, Malmo have slipped in the betting and are now priced at 6/5 - still the favourites but not exactly overwhelming.
With a tight second leg in prospect, our tip is to back both teams to score at 7/10.
HJK have scored 11 goals in their last five games while Malmo have bagged nine from three. This could be a busy evening for both goalkeepers.
Omonia Nicosia vs Dinamo Zagreb
When Dinamo Zagreb welcomed Omonia to the Croatian capital, it was the hosts who ran out comfortable 2-0 winners.
This second leg is expected to go in a similar direction as Dinamo look to return to the Champions League after a one-year absence.
That first-leg result was the first time in nine games that Omonia failed to score a goal. Normally the champions of Cyprus have no problem finding the back of the net, scoring 10 goals in their last four games - including friendlies.
Dinamo, on the other hand, are good at keeping teams at bay having produced three clean sheets from their last four competitive outings.
With Omonia playing on home turf and needing to get on the front foot early, it's possible they can continue their good goalscoring run.
However, Dinamo should have enough quality to prevail. With that in mind, Dinamo to win and both teams to score is our tip at 31/10.
FK Zalgiris vs Ferencvaros
Following a 2-0 home victory in the opening leg, Ferencvaros have one foot in the penultimate round of the Champions League qualifiers.
The Hungarian side haven't lost a game since February and have won seven competitive fixtures in a row.
Last season, the side enjoyed their first proper Champions League campaign since 1995/96. Now that they have a taste for top level European football, they will not relinquish it easily.
The away side have enough quality to conquer Zalgiris and continue their latest continental journey.