Man City already have one foot in the Champions League quarterfinals following their 2-0 first leg win over Gladbach. This Tuesday, Pep Guardiola's men will be looking to avoid an upset and officially confirm their place in the next stage of the competition.
Anything can happen in European football but even the most optimistic of punters wouldn't back the Germans this midweek.
Marco Rose's men have lost six consecutive games across all competitions and look a shadow of the team they were just a few months ago.
Only one winner in this one.
If there is to be a shock in the Champions League this midweek, it will most likely come at the Alfredo di Stefano stadium.
Real Madrid lead Atalanta 1-0 ahead of the second leg and this small margin could easily be overturned by the Italians.
Atalanta have scored 63 goals this season in Serie A - just two short of league leaders Inter - and if they bring their goalscoring boots to Spain's capital, we may see a major upset.
The two frontrunners in the French title race will put their league ambitions to one side as PSG and Lille meet in the Coupe de France.
Whoever wins this game will not only book their place in the quarterfinals of the competition but put themselves in contention for a potential double-winning season as well.
With the two clubs set to square off in the league next month, this cup tie could also give one of these sides an opportunity to make a statement of intent ahead of that much anticipated April clash.
Nevertheless, the under 2.5 goals bet is the way to go here. The last three games between these clubs have only produced four goals and another close contest is expected.
The Bavarians seem to have rediscovered their frighteningly good form and have scored 16 goals from their last four games.
Lazio, on the other hand, have lost three of their last four games and are unlikely to threaten at the Allianz Arena.
Robert Lewandowski to score and Bayern to win is probably the most popular bet in world football at the moment but why change when it works…
They might not be blowing teams away at the moment however, one thing that Tuchel has done is turn Chelsea into an incredibly hard team to beat.
One side that could certainly threaten their unbeaten run is Atletico. The Spaniards are no strangers to winning big games in England and they're well priced to do so again.
Last time Olympiacos turned up to the Emirates stadium, they pulled off an incredible 2-1 win over Arsenal to knock the Gunners out of the Europa League.
Arteta's men should qualify for the next round without too many dramas… then again, it is Arsenal we're talking about.
Tottenham were on the losing end of last weekend's North London derby but that shouldn't stop them from confirming their place in the next round of this competition.
Spurs have improved recently but they've still lost five of their last seven away games. Meanwhile, they're taking on a team which hasn't conceded a single goal in over 540 minutes of football at their home ground in Zagreb.
Jose Mourinho's men should progress but Dinamo are capable of at least a draw at their home ground.
AC Milan's stoppage time equaliser in the opening leg has left this tie finely posed ahead of Thursday's rematch.
With the score at 1-1, Man United need at least one away goal in order to seal their place in the next round of the competition.
The good news for the Red Devils is that they are the awayday specialists this season. AC Milan, meanwhile, are on a four-match winless run at the San Siro.
This could be a good night for Solskjaer's men…