Four of Europe's big-hitters are in Champions League action on Tuesday night, all looking to kick-start their European campaigns.
In Group A, Paris Saint-Germain welcome RB Leipzig looking to prove their victory over Manchester City wasn't a flash in the pan.
Group B sees AC Milan travel to Porto, with the Italian club looking to make amends for a slow start to the group stage.
City rivals Inter entertain surprise package Sheriff Tiraspol in Group D at the San Siro and they, like Milan, will be looking to register their first Champions League win of the season.
Another team in need of a Champions League pick-me-up are Real Madrid.
Defeated last time out by Sheriff, they will be looking to put things right against Shakhtar Donetsk.
And you can take advantage of a special Planet Sport Bet boost by backing all four of them to win at odds of 15/2 (was 13/2).
PSG vs RB Leipzig
The Galacticos of Paris Saint-Germain may have the big names but they have yet to convince they can string together a successful Champions League campaign.
Already nine points clear at the tp of Ligue 1, their lack of a credible domestic challenge means they are not battle hardened when it comes to the European stuff.
A draw in their opening Group A game against Club Brugge only seemed to underline that, though a 2-0 win over Manchester City next time out suggests that when they are firing they are the team to beat in the competition.
The win over City takes some of the pressure off when it comes to qualification, however, and they should have enough in the locker to see off Red Bull Leipzig whose opening two games have certainly not gone to plan.
Beaten 6-3 by Manchester City in their opener, they then suffered a 2-1 loss at home to the unfancied Club Brugge despite Christopher Nkunku scoring his fourth goal in the competition.
There are signs they are adjusting to life under Jesse Marsch - a summer replacement for Julian Nagelsmann - and they are now four undefeated in the Bundesliga after losing three of their first four.
However, even with Neymar ruled out through injury and Angel Di Maria suspended, PSG have too many attacking riches for a side that has shipped eight in two Champions League games and conceded four in the league to Bayern.
Porto vs AC Milan
On domestic results, AC Milan are arguably one of the form teams in Europe. They are unbeaten in Serie A, with seven victories and a draw and sit second in the standings.
This being said, Stefano Pioli's side only lost both games by a goal. In fact, they held the lead against Madrid until the 84th minute before Antoine Griezmann found a way past their stubborn defence.
FC Porto, opened their Champions League campaign with a scoreless draw against Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid and followed up with a very poor performance at home to Liverpool where they were comprehensively beaten 5-1.
Expect AC Milan to belatedly get their campaign up and running with all three points here.
Inter Milan vs Sheriff Tiraspol
Sheriff shocked the soccer world by gaining maximum points from their first two Champions League group matches but this is where the dream ends.
Smarting from a 3-1 defeat to Lazio in which they conceded two goals in the final ten minutes, Simone Inzaghi's side have the perfect opportunity to return to winning ways.
Prior to the international break, Inter had scored 22 goals in seven Serie A games and in Lautaro Martinez and Edin Dzeko they have a proven strikeforce.
Nicolo Barella is their provider, with five assists from midfield.
Sheriff had just 24% possession against Real Madrid, fielding 31 shots.
Inter won't be as wasteful.
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Real Madrid
Real Madrid warm up for Sunday's El Clasico with a visit to the Ukrainian League's second-placed team.
Carlo Ancelotti's team were shocked by Sheriff on the last matchday and will either be well rested having not played since before the international break or rusty, depending on your point of view.
That last match was a 2-1 loss to Espanyol - their first defeat in eight La Liga games.
Nevertheless, despite having played a game less than many of their league rivals, they are comfortably the division's top scorers having found the net an impressive 22 times.
Much of the credit for that is down to in-form pair Karim Benzema and Vinicius who have netted 14 goals between them.
With Eden Hazard back in training and expected to travel, it could be a long night for the home side.