Another superb evening of Champions League football to look forward tonight with Ajax v Real Madrid, Porto v PSG, Zenit v AC Milan the pick of the other ties as bookmakers Ladbrokes announce a new free bets offer and report they are looking at another busy night.
The big one out of those six has to be Ajax v Real Madrid, as it is two of Europe’s biggest clubs locking horns.
Real are the stronger outfit these days, but Ajax will certainly be a tough test for Jose Mourinho’s men. The Dutch side lost their opening game, whereas the La Liga champions beat Manchester City in dramatic fashion.
The Amsterdam Arena is sure to be rocking and it will be a special evening in Holland.
Elsewhere, champions of Russia Zenit St Petersburg host seven-time winners of the Champions League AC Milan.
Zenit went down 3-0 to Malaga last time out so need a big performance here to show they are capable of reaching the knockout stages.
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As for Milan, they will always be a team that is well respected in this tournament and despite now having the strongest of squads this campaign, can still cause plenty of problems.
Malaga themselves travel to German side Anderlecht, whilst Dinamo Zagreb and Dynamo Kiev go head-to-head in a game that will have a very passionate, and at times hostile atmosphere.
Last season’s Ligue 1 winners Montpellier have struggled in the league this campaign and after losing at home to Arsenal in their opening fixture, need to show that they are good enough to play at the highest level.
The French side travel to Schalke, where they need to take something from the game to avoid being adrift at the bottom of the table.
The final game to look at for this evening is another eagerly anticipated tie as Portuguese giants Porto take on French big-spenders Paris Saint Germain.
Both had comfortable wins in the opening night of fixtures and know that another victory here would really put them in great shape to qualify.
Porto have always been a top quality team that can never be taken lightly, whereas PSG are now a real force in this enthralling Champions League competition.