As today marks the first day of the second group stage round for UEFA Champions League matches, there are several top teams set to battle out for three major points to increase their chances of making it to the next level of the competition.
Besides that, there are also other matches which are set to be played today in various league competitions across Europe and beyond.
And out of these several matches, a selection of only ten have been made alongside their top and thoroughly worked on predictions of their most likely possible outcome.
Top European clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United, Juventus, Barcelona, Sevilla and Villarreal are also in a more better positions to win their matches against Malmo, Atalanta, Zenit Saint Petersburg, Dynamo Kiev, Lille and Young Boys respectively.
And for the matches between Portsmouth and Cheltenham together with that of Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland, expect straight wins for Portsmouth and Sheffield Wednesday.
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