Champions League nights are back, and three of Europe's powerhouses are back in action as Manchester United, Juventus and Bayern Munich take to the pitch.
Juventus and Bayern travel to Zenit and Benfica respectively, and will be looking to retain their perfect records in the group stage.
Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finds himself under huge pressure at Old Trafford and will be hugely relying on a positive result against Atalanta to keep his job intact.
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Manchester United vs Atalanta
The two sides tipped to qualify from Group F come face to face on Wednesday night, and after failing to win their opening two games, both will feel a win is crucial to their chances.
An opening loss to Young Boys dented Manchester United's confidence, and their form has only worsened since. A late winner against Villarreal courtesy of Cristiano Ronaldo has somewhat salvaged their group standings, but they're yet to perform well in Europe this season.
Solskjaer will hope that changes on Wednesday night, and he'll need it to for the sake of his job. After poor form in the Premier League, a loss to Atalanta could well be the final straw for his employers.
Luckily for the Norwegian, he has a knack for getting a result when his job's on the line, and Atalanta could be a perfect opportunity for him to temporarily silence his critics.
To bolster their chances, Ronaldo has been typically brilliant in Europe this season, scoring in both of United's group games. Likely to pop up with a goal again, an improved defensive display will ensure United take all three points.
Despite the continued absence of Raphael Varane, United's defence will be smarting from conceding four to Leicester and should be well drilled ahead of Wednesday night. A win will ensure United take control of Group F and we can't see any other outcome.
Zenit vs Juventus
After beating both Malmo and Chelsea, Juventus top Group H despite their stuttering start to the Serie A season.
Not only do the Old Lady have a perfect win record in the group, but are still yet to concede after their 3-0 drubbing of Malmo and 1-0 win over the reigning European champions.
Allegri's side suffered a slow start to the season, but they've kicked back into form just in time, and are currently unbeaten in eight games.
With the chance to all but confirm qualification and take the pressure off their upcoming clash with Chelsea, Juventus will be keen to see off Zenit, and quickly.
Zenit are no pushovers, and currently sit top of the Russian Premier League after 11 games. But, they enter the match off the back of two defeats, and will simply be looking to keep the score down against superior opposition on Wednesday night.
Benfica vs Bayern Munich
Unbeaten in Europe and top of the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich have been in typically dominant form this season.
Their only loss has come at the hands of Eintracht Frankfurt, but Julian Nagelsmann's side bounced back in fine fashion by subsequently hammering Bayer Leverkusen 5-1.
With both Dynamo Kiev and Barcelona struggling to find their feet in Group E, Bayern will be well aware that their only competition for the top spot is Benfica, and a win on Wednesday night all but seals their qualification.
With that in mind, the German outfit will want to stamp their authority away from home, before the reverse fixture comes around next month.
Benfica have enjoyed a successful start to the season and have stormed into the lead in Primeira Liga, but matching a star-studded Bayern Munich side will be too much of an ask, and we expect them to be swept aside with relative ease.