Romelu Lukaku, Thomas Muller and Bruno Fernandes to all score in our price-boosted treble

Wednesday's Champions League fixtures promise goals, and you can back three men in particular with a special offer from Planet Sport Bet.

The Champions League continues on Wednesday and it looks like we could be in for a veritable feast of goals.

Three men you'd always back to be among the goals are Romelu Lukaku, Thomas Muller and Bruno Fernandes and you can back all three to find the net in a Planet Sport Bet-boosted treble.

Here's why we think it's a treble you are not going to want to miss out on.

Romelu Lukaku (Juventus vs Chelsea)

Romelu Lukaku drew a blank against Manchester City last week, although his performance showed there's little to be worried about.

The Belgian ace seems to have been around forever and at 28 years old he has matured into arguably the most complete striker in the world.

Lukaku has made a fine start to his second spell at Chelsea too, bagging three goals in five Premier League games. He has also got off the mark in the Champions League for the Blues, netting the only goal against Zenit St Petersburg in their opening group game.

He will come up against familiar foes in Juventus, although they are not an opponent he has done especially well against.

The Belgian spent two prolific seasons in Serie A with Inter Milan before his return to Chelsea and yet was unable to score a goal from open play against the Old Lady in four Serie A matches.

However, Juventus look a pale imitation of their usual selves and currently sit in mid-table in Serie A with just eight points from six games.

They have lost two of their three home matches this season and although they have won their last two games, they have conceded four goals in doing so.

That all points to a great opportunity for Chelsea, and Lukaku is the man most likely to benefit.

Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich vs Dynamo Kyiv)

After so long at the top of European soccer, what else is there to say about the evergreen Thomas Muller?

The German makes soccer look as easy as we all thought it would be when we started playing in the school yard as kids.

Perhaps the most surprising thing about Muller is that he is still only 32. That is testament to just how long he has spent at the top.

He is just as important as ever to Bayern Munich too, generally tucking in behind the prolific Robert Lewandowski where he just keeps on chipping in with goals of his own.

Indeed, Muller already has four goals to his name this season in all competitions, so he is as dangerous as ever.

That form extends to the Champions League, as Barcelona found out to their detriment in matchweek one. Muller was instrumental in the Bavarians' 3-0 win at Camp Nou, scoring the first goal and generally proving a nuisance throughout.

Munich have scored 22 goals in their last five matches in all competitions, and they will be expecting to maintain that impressive scoring streak when they host Dynamo Kyiv here.

It's hard to see anything other than a thumping win for Bayern Munich in that one, and you'd always expect Muller to be among the goals when that happens.

Bruno Fernandes (Man Utd vs Villarreal)

Okay, so it is fair to say that Manchester United have not had a good week. They lost to West Ham in the League Cup and then to Aston Villa in the Premier League. Both games were at home and both were lost by the same 1-0 scoreline.

Bruno Fernandes had little to do with the West Ham defeat given he was only used from the bench, but he grabbed all the wrong kind of headlines in the Aston Villa match by skying a last-minute penalty so far over the bar that it came down with snow on it.

That said, the Portuguese star is a resilient type and one you'd back to bounce back from adversity, and he will get his chance when Manchester United host a Europa League final rematch against Villarreal.

For all his penalty miss, it is important not to forget that Bruno is having an impressive season. He has four goals to his name already, although it should be noted three of those came on the opening day against Leeds.

The really interesting question will be whether Fernandes keeps hold of penalty-taking duties for Manchester United should they get one against Villarreal.

You'd fancy Cristiano Ronaldo has his eye on that particular job and may be ready to pounce following his compatriot's miss. On the other hand, Fernandes may be allowed to climb back on the horse immediately to help vanquish the demons.

Either way, Fernandes is a goal threat any time he steps foot on a soccer pitch, and that has to be even more so when he feels he has something to prove.

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