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The Champions League group stage enters the second week, and here are selections for matches in Lens, Naples, and Glasgow.
Lens vs. Arsenal predictions
Following an absence from the competition since the 2016/17 season, Arsenal returned to the Champions League with a bang against PSV Eindhoven.
Running out 4-0 winners in North London, Mikel Arteta's side really put on a show for the home fans, with the Gunners overwhelming the Dutch giants.
Bukayo Saka, Leandro Trossard, Gabriel Jesus, and skipper Martin Ødegaard all got on the scoresheet for what was the perfect start to the European campaign for Arsenal.
Next up, the Gunners travel on Tuesday to a Lens side who have won just one of their three home games in all competitions this season.
Lens are back in the Champions League this term after their own lengthy exodus from Europe's elite competition, having previously played in the 2002/03 season.
Arsenal have the firepower and the confidence to make it two wins from two in the Champions League, and are 1.571* to claim the win at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis.
Napoli vs. Real Madrid predictions
Real Madrid face a tough test on Tuesday night then they go up against Serie A champions Napoli at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
The Italian champions have made their home ground a fortress lately, having lost just one of their last nine competitive fixtures at the iconic stadium.
Real Madrid head to Naples on the back of an unconvincing 1-0 win over Union Berlin in their first outing in the Champions League this season.
An away clash in Napoli will be a step up for Carlo Ancelotti's side, and this encounter may well end in a stalemate, so the draw looks appealing at 3.680*.
Celtic vs. Lazio predictions
Moving on to the only selection from Wednesday's schedule, Lazio will be looking to build upon their 1-1 draw with Atlético Madrid when they face Celtic in Glasgow.
Celtic's poor record in the Champions League continued with their 2-0 defeat away at Feyenoord in their opening game of this season's group stage.
The Hoops are now without a win in their last 10 games in the Champions League, and their next victory in the competition might have to wait beyond Wednesday at Parkhead.
With the experience of forwards Ciro Immobile and former Barcelona and Chelsea star Pedro in their ranks, Lazio might just have too much firepower for the Scottish champions.
A Lazio win on Wednesday night looks to be reasonably priced at 2.340* .