Wednesday Acca: No taming the Italian stallions, plus five other Champions League bets

Inter Milan face Real Madrid while PSG and Dortmund are also in action, and we’re expecting goals galore on another star studded night of European football.

Champions League football is well and truly back and has already treated us with its typically high level of drama after Manchester United's shock loss to Young Boys on Tuesday night.

With another eventful evening of Champions League football in prospect we've put together a list of six bets you can pick from for your latest accumulator.

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Inter Milan vs Real Madrid

One of the games of the night is a swift reunion for two sides who were also drawn together in the same Champions League group last season.

Real won both those clashes but have their work cut out to make it three on the run, as the unbeaten Nerazzurri have shown no ill effects after Romelu Lukaku's departure, scoring nine times in three games this season.

Lautaro Martinez and Joaquin Correa are already among the goals and Edin Dzeko is rolling back the years after his transfer from Roma, which spells trouble for Carlo Ancelotti's men, who have conceded six times in four games.

However, Madrid have more than made up for their leaky defence with their form at the other end of the pitch, with 13 goals to their name and an unbeaten start of their own to protect.

So we're happy taking both teams to score at 4/7 for the banker leg of our latest acca.

Club Brugge vs PSG

PSG's attempt to create a FIFA Ultimate Team in real life seems to be working out well as the French giants have a 100% record in Ligue 1 this season, winning five out of five matches.

Kylian Mbappe has put any disappointment about his failed move to Real Madrid behind him, netting four times in his last three games and there's also the small matter of Lionel Messi and Neymar returning to the PSG squad after missing out last weekend.

Belgian champions Club Brugge top the table with four wins, two draws and just one loss from their opening seven matches but that defeat was a heavy one, losing 6-1 at the politest club in Belgium, Gent.

And with just one clean sheet from their four home games this season we're not sure they will be able to resist the PSG juggernaut when it rolls into town.

The visitors are an unsurprisingly skinny 2/9, but with the Frenchmen netting an average of over three goals a game in the league this season, backing an away win and over 2.5 goals looks a far better bet, at 4/6.

Besiktas vs Borussia Dortmund

Another of Europe's most coveted strikers is plying his trade at Borussia Dortmund, and fans of the Black and Yellows must be thanking their lucky stars that they can enjoy Erling Haaland's prodigious talents for at least one more season.

Haaland already has eight goals in all domestic competitions as well as five for Norway this campaign, and his record-breaking Champions League exploits could fill a separate article all by themselves!

He's by no means Dortmund's only threat though as they have averaged almost three goals a game this season, scoring seven in their last two matches alone.

Besiktas are not there to make up the numbers as they are unbeaten in five games and have yet to concede a goal, but they are yet to face a striker like Haaland or a team like Dortmund and we expect the Black and White wall to be breached for the first time.

We reckon a Dortmund win at 4/7 is classic acca material but with the Germans having conceded in their last five matches we're also eyeing up the away win and both teams to score combo, at 7/4.

Atletico Madrid vs Porto

Diego Simeone's men broke the Barcelona and Real Madrid La Liga stranglehold last season and have started this campaign in similar fashion, winning three and drawing one of their first four league matches.

Porto are also unbeaten with three wins and two draws and will go into this game high on confidence after a surprise appearance in the Champions League quarter finals last season, a run which included a shock win over Juventus.

However, if they are to start this year's campaign with a win Porto will have to do something that just three teams have managed in the last 13 years, and that's beat Atletico on their own patch in the Champions League.

Funnily enough one of those teams was Porto themselves, but that was back in 2009, before Diego Simeone took the helm and moulded his side in his own image, creating one of the most resilient sides in all of European football.

However, even in victory they haven't quite looked at their imperious best this season, needing a last minute winner to secure a 2-1 win at Espanyol last time out and conceding in all but one of their four games, so we're happy to swerve the match result and focus on a tasty 23/20 for both teams to score.

Sporting Lisbon vs Ajax

Porto's rivals Sporting have almost as tough a proposition against an Ajax side who are banging them in like it's going out of fashion this season, scoring 13 times in just four league matches as the Dutchman have made an unbeaten start to the campaign.

Sebastian Haller seems to be enjoying life in Holland far more than he did at West Ham, with four goals in his last four games, while Dusan Tadic has kicked on (pun very much intended) just like Southampton fans knew he would.

Sporting are also unbeaten but have stuttered in their last two games, only managing 1-1 draws at Famalicao and at home to Porto, which makes 13/10 on the Ajax win look very appealing.

Sheriff Tiraspol vs Shakhtar Donetsk

Based in a country that technically doesn't exist and playing in one of Europe's weakest leagues with a squad of bargain basement players, Sheriff's qualification for this year's group stage is the story of the tournament so far.

It's no fluke though as Red Star Belgrade and Dinamo Zagreb were dispatched in the final qualifying rounds without Sheriff losing a game, and the hosts will be in confident mood ahead of their first ever group stage clash.

Now for the bad news though, they are playing a Shakhtar side who have bags of experience at this level, beat Real Madrid home and away last season and have lost just twice in 11 matches in all competitions this season.

It's no surprise they are favourites, and a price of 10/11 is sure to get plenty of attention from punters, but you underestimate Sheriff at your peril and with a packed house roaring them on we reckon they can at least find the net, with both teams to score a 17/20 shot.