The Champions League is always a favourite for punters as the top teams in world soccer battle it out, and this season's group stages have already provided a plethora of great matches.
Wednesday promises to be more of the same, with three clubs who are veritable Champions League royalty in action, and you can back them all to win in a boosted Planet Sport Bet treble.
Liverpool, AC Milan, and Real Madrid were 11/4 to all win, but you can get that boosted to 16/5.
Liverpool to beat Atletico Madrid
However, there is little to suggest that is indicative of any wider concerns as they turn their attention back to the Champions League.
The Reds have a perfect record in the competition so far this season, and they will put that to the test against Atletico Madrid at Anfield.
These two teams met at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano last month, with Liverpool coming away with a fine 3-2 win courtesy of a Mo Salah penalty.
Since then things haven't gone brilliantly for Atletico with them held to draws against La Liga leaders Real Sociedad and lowly Levante before getting back to winning ways against Betis.
That Brighton blip aside, though, Liverpool are looking pretty imperious right now. They have scored 17 goals in their last five games in all competitions and will be backing themselves to get the job done in this one.
AC Milan to beat Porto
Milan have rekindled memories of their illustrious past with their performances in Serie this season, but Champions League points have been considerably tougher to come across.
The Rossoneri are currently second in Serie A, behind leaders Napoli on goal difference and seven clear of city rivals Inter in third.
Champions League Group B is looking for less positive for them though, with Milan having lost all three of the matches they have played so far.
Those defeats include a 1-0 reverse at Porto last month, and unless they win this one it is hard to see them even getting the Europa League consolation prize, never mind making the next stage of the Champions League.
They will be hoping to take their domestic form into the game after winning all three of their matches since that Porto defeat, and it will surely be a case of needs must providing the basis of a home win.
Real Madrid to beat Shakhtar Donetsk
Considering Sheriff Tiraspol, who are not even top of the Moldovan league right now, are involved, it's something of a surprise to see Shakhtar Donetsk propping up Group D.
That is largely down to the 5-0 beating that Real Madrid gave them in Ukraine last month, but time and opportunity is running out for them if they want to make any kind of impact in Europe this season.
Things are getting any easier for them this week as they head to Real Madrid for the reverse fixture.
Real Madrid are not the force they were back in the Galactico or BBC days, but they are still Real Madrid and they are going well right now.
In Vinicius Junior they have a forward in great form, and Karim Benzema is as good as he has ever been. It may not be another 5-0 trouncing, but expect Madrid to brush Shakhtar aside with relative ease.