Club Brugge vs Eupen
Club Brugge will be looking to make a statement of intent against Eupen as they begin the defence of their title.
Phillippe Clement's side have already claimed silverware this season after a 3-2 win over Genk in the Super Cup.
What's more, they're unbeaten in eight against Eupen, winning six of those encounters.
Eupen failed to score against Brugge in four attempts and a win for the hosts is most certainly on the cards.
Hearts vs Inverness
Hearts have been rather ruthless during this Scottish League Cup group stage campaign.
Three wins, seven goals scored a none conceded - now that's a run we can get behind.
Inverness, on the other hand, suffered defeats in their last two games against Stirling and Cove Rangers.
Hearts are on a 12-match unbeaten run in this fixture, winning seven of those encounters. At 1/2, they're the team to back.
TIP: Hearts to win at 1/2
BATE Borisov vs Dynamo Brest
With only one defeat to their name, BATE are without doubt one of the title frontrunners in Belarus this season.
Dynamo Brest, meanwhile, have fallen on some hard times and a run of four straight draws has seen them drop to eighth in the league.
This fixture tends to be closely contested but we're sticking with the in-form team to win in the 'draw no bet' market.
Flamengo vs Sao Paulo
Following a run of four straight victories, Flamengo are a team on fire.
Renato Gaucho's men booked their spot in the Copa Libertadores quarter-final last Thursday with a comprehensive 4-1 thrashing of Defensa y Justicia.
All signs seem to point to a home victory this Sunday, but I'm afraid the situation isn't as simple as that.
Sao Paulo have Flamengo's number following four successive head-to-head wins and a nine-match unbeaten run in this fixture.
The one major problem for Hernan Crespo's side is their lack of consistency. Sau Paulo have won three of their last 12 games, including a 3-1 thumping of Racing Club in the Copa Libertadores.
This promises to be a close one and at 14/5, the draw is the way to go.
TIP: Draw at 14/5
New England Revolution vs Montreal Impact
New England Revolution are still top of the Eastern Conference in the MLS despite their slight drop in form.
Bruce Arena's men endured a three-match winless run at the start of the month however, they seem to have recovered well winning their last two games against Atlanta and Inter Miami.
With the three wins from four games Montreal could prove to be tricky opponents but then again, they don't have a particularly good record in this fixture.
Revolution have won all four of their most recent head-to-heads and it's no surprise to see them priced 4/9 in the outright market.
Nevertheless, they are still a solid addition to our Sunday accumulator.