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Inter Milan host Real Madrid in one of a number of key Champions League clashes on Wednesday.

Antonio Conte’s Inter may be fifth in Serie A but they have a lot of work to do in the continental showpiece as they sit rooted to the bottom of Group B, with just two points from their three games so far.

A visit from Real Madrid, themselves struggling after a heavy 4-1 loss to Valencia and then a 1-1 draw with Villarreal, is proving to be the game to watch this week. To add to the intrigue both Sergio Ramos and key striker Karim Benzema have been ruled out for the clash.

Zinedine Zidane’s side are third in the group, level on four points with second-placed Shakhtar Donetsk and one below leaders Borussia Monchengladbach.

A win would go a long way to getting into the next phase.

Suggested bet: Both teams to score at 1.46

Olympiacos vs Manchester City

An away win would book City’s place in the next round as they look to claim the title that has evaded them for so long.

The English side have left Kevin de Bruyne and Kyle Walker at home but may include Ilkay Gundogan, Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero in the starting lineup. With games coming thick and fast, Pep Guardiola will want his side to play this contest in fifth gear and keep building momentum as they battle for glory on home soil as well as on the continent.

Suggested bet: Manchester City win 2-0 at 6

Liverpool vs Atalanta

The Reds continue to show no ill effect from having a number of key defenders out injured. After breezing past Leicester, they host the Italians who will still be hurting after they lost 5-0 on home soil in the previous round. It was Diogo Jota who bagged a hat-trick and the new arrival continues to impress as he got onto the scoresheet against Leicester on the weekend.

Jurgen Klopp’s army will not let up and could call on Mohamad Salah after his recovery from the coronavirus.

Suggested bet: Jota to score, over 2.5 match goals and Liverpool to win at 2.8

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