No dramas in Bruges for focused City, plus five other Tuesday acca bets

Manchester City should get back on track in the Champions League against Club Brugge, while Celtic host Ferencvaros in a must-win clash at Celtic Park.

Our search for the very best bets has taken us to three different competitions on Tuesday, with six selections from the Champions League, Europa League and the Championship.

And don't forget that with five selections or more you can take advantage of our fantastic ACCA INSURANCE offer. This promotion is available to new and existing Planet Sport Bet customers, and full T&Cs apply.

Club Brugge vs Manchester City

A game that looked to be routine when the draw was made has suddenly assumed increased significance due to Brugge's sterling start to their Champions League campaign and City's loss to PSG last time out.

The visitors did what the Cityzens could not and held the Frenchmen to a 1-1 draw in the opening round of Group A matches. They went on to beat Leipzig in Germany to move into second place in the table, one point clear of Pep Guardiola's men.

That PSG loss was City's only reverse of the campaign and they are unbeaten in seven league games since losing to Spurs on the opening day.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola during the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester.

Their latest win was a 2-0 victory at home to Burnley where City rarely reached third gear, and the manner of that victory as well as Guardiola's team selection leads us to think that he had one eye on this game, which spells trouble for the hosts.

Man City should be too much for the Belgians but Brugge will be no pushovers after tasting defeat just once in 13 games this campaign and netting in both their Champions League matchups, so we're going for a City win and both teams to score.

Celtic vs Ferencvaros

A fixture clash with Rangers on Thursday means it's back to playing on a Champions League night for Celtic, which is the soccer equivalent of Bullseye's "Look what you could have won"!

However, with a feel-good factor returning to Celtic for the first time since August after two straight wins, Bhoys boss Ange Postecoglou presumably won't object to a quick turnaround for his in-form side.

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou celebrates victory after the final whistle during the cinch Premiership match at Fir Park, Motherwell.

Celtic badly need a Europa League win after losing both of their group matches to Real Betis & Bayer Leverkusen and conceding eight goals in the process. Ferencvaros are also pointless in Group G and represent a step down in class from the group's early pace-setters.

The visitors will have fond memories of their last trip to Celtic, winning 2-1 in a Champions League qualifying matchup last year. This time though, we're expecting a different outcome as Ferencvaros have lost their last three matches away from home in Europe.

Celtic's home form is also cause for optimism as their defeat against Bayer Leverkusen was the only time Postecoglou's side have lost in ten matches at Celtic Park this season, and we reckon they will continue that run with a win here.

Paris Saint-Germain vs RB Leipzig

They may have been nudged down the wealth table but Paris Saint-Germain are hardly scrambling down the back of the sofa for change when it comes to their galaxy of stars, and a 2-1 win over Angers last time out was their ninth victory in ten league matches.

Mauricio Pochettino's men are already nine points clear at the top of Ligue 1 and are averaging more than two goals per game as they attempt to wrest back the title from Lille.

A draw with Brugge in their opening Champions League clash was a blot on the copybook but PSG more than made up for it on Matchday 2 with a 2-0 win over Manchester City that took them to the top of Group A.

Paris Saint Germain's Kylian Mbappe celebrates after scoring by penalty kick during a French Ligue 1 football match between Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Angers SCO in Paris, France, Oct. 15, 2021.

RB Leipzig have lost both of their group matchups, hammered 6-3 at Man City and beaten 2-1 at home by Brugge. It's fair to say that Jesse Marsch's men look a pale imitation of the side that reached the semi-finals in 2020.

PSG defeated the Germans 3-0 that night in Lisbon and the two sides are familiar foes, having also been drawn together in last year's Champions League group stage and trading home wins.

After the sale of many of their star names and the departure of managerial wunderkind Julian Nagelsmann, Leipzig are struggling to reach their former glories and should be dispatched by a seasoned PSG outfit.

However, the visitors have found the net in nine of their 11 matches this season while the Frenchmen have conceded in four of their last six games, including both Champions League matchups, so PSG to win and both teams to score is our pick here.

Ajax vs Borussia Dortmund

There's a lot to like about this matchup as the heavyweights of Group C go toe to toe, each with a 100% group record, each in superb domestic form, one spearheaded by the competition's top scorer and one led by the hottest prospect in all of world football.

Ajax lead the group thanks to a pair of straightforward wins over Sporting Lisbon and Besiktas, while Dortmund have also overcome those same opponents, slightly less emphatically but no less convincingly.

Both sides are also in fine league form, with Dortmund having won five of their last six matches and Ajax six of their last seven, with the Dutchmen's great run owing much to the form of striker Sebastian Haller.

Ajax player Sebastien Haller

Haller is the top scorer in the Champions League with five goals from two games and he is also second in the Dutch goal scoring table after netting a further six.

Meanwhile, Erling Braut Haaland seems to break a new record every week in a remarkable run of form that has seen him score eight goals in his last five consecutive starts for Dortmund.

With the attacking riches on show even a skinny 2/5 on both sides to score will have plenty of takers, but in a game featuring such evenly-matched sides we're happy to take more generous odds on the draw in Amsterdam.

Inter Milan vs Sheriff Tiraspol

Beating Shakhtar Donetsk at home was a surprise but travelling to the mighty Real Madrid and returning with a victory was a shock of seismic proportions, and if they didn't have it before, Sheriff now have the attention of European soccer fans.

The question now is can they repeat the trick at another of Europe's marquee names, with Inter Milan the next challenge in what is becoming a genuine tilt at making the round of 16.

Players of FC Internazionale poses for the team shot during the Serie A match between SS Lazio and FC Internazionale at Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy on 16 October 2021.

The Nerazzuri have drawn one and lost one of their Group D matchups and have won just one of their last four in all competitions. However, in Edin Dzeko and Lautaro Martinez they have a pair of in-form players who should relish the challenge of knocking off Sheriff.

And what a challenge it is as Inter must also deal with the added pressure that defeat on Tuesday would leave them an almost unassailable eight points behind the visitors, but we reckon that pressure should be just the thing to rouse them from their recent slumber.

With past form indicating that the visitors are unlikely to sit back and play for the draw, that should also play into the Italians' hands. But while we expect Inter to emerge victorious, Sheriff have constantly surprised us this season, so the hosts to win and both teams to score is our latest acca addition.

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest

Home is definitely not where the heart is for Bristol City currently, as last weekend's defeat against Bournemouth was their 11th game without a home win, and things don't get any easier as in-form Nottingham Forest are the next visitors to Ashton Gate.

The Steve Cooper revolution shows no sign of slowing down as Forest's victory over Blackpool last time out was their third in a row under the former Swansea boss, and the sleeping giant has very much been awakened at the City Ground.

Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper arrives before the Sky Bet Championship match at the City Ground, Nottingham.

The visitors have also won three in a row away from home and even taking into account their poor start to the season, Forest currently lie fourth in the Championship's away form table. While the hosts have drawn four and lost two of their six home matches this season, scoring a paltry three goals in the process.

The bookies make the visitors slight favourites to win this matchup, but with such a generous price on offer we reckon an away win here is the value bet of the evening, which is why we are happy to let a Forest victory gatecrash our European acca.

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