The Champions League finally returns this week and there are plenty of mouth-watering games to get stuck into. We take a look at a couple of the standout fixtures from gameweek five…

Chelsea vs Juventus

Last time these two sides met; Juventus came away with all three points after a 1-0 victory in Turin. Chelsea will be looking to inflict revenge on their Italian counterparts and go level on points with Juventus, who currently sit top of the group.

Chelsea have a disappointing record against Juventus and are winless in their last four games against the Italian side in European competition. Although Chelsea have struggled in the past against Juve, they still head into this fixture as 13/20 favourites. Chelsea have won only one of their last 10 games against Italian opponents and that win came against Napoli in 2012. In this run, the Blues have failed to keep a clean sheet and also conceded 21 goals but with Thomas Tuchel’s side keeping clean sheet after clean sheet at the moment, you wouldn’t be surprised to see yet another one on Tuesday evening.

Juventus are having an excellent Champions League campaign so far and they will be looking to continue this run-on Tuesday evening. Juventus have won each of their last three away games against English opponents and are 9/2 to do so once again this time round. The main man to watch at the moment is Paulo Dybala, who has been directly involved in four goals in his last two UEFA Champions League games for Juventus scoring three goals and assisting once. The Argentine is 3/1 to find the back of the net anytime at Stamford Bridge.

Man City vs PSG

Lionel Messi stole the show the last time these two sides met with PSG coming out 2-0 victors at the Parc Des Princes back in September but can Man City get revenge on Wednesday evening?

Man City have never lost to PSG on English soil and are looking to win three games on the trot against their French counterparts. Pep Guardiola’s side head into this fixture as 8/13 favourites. João Cancelo is having the time of his life at the moment and has been directly involved in five goals in his last four Champions League matches scoring three and assisting twice. The Portuguese right back is priced at 6/1 to score anytime this week.

Paris Saint-Germain have won two of their last three away games against English sides and both these wins have come against a Manchester opponent. Mauricio Pochettino’s side are priced at a hefty 4/1 to get all three points on Wednesday. Kylian Mbappé is set to become the second-youngest outfield player to reach 50 appearances in the competition with only Cesc Fabregas being younger.