The game in Naples between these two sides was more cagey than many expected but this could be the complete opposite as in any scenario of the match, one team will be pushing hard for the win. As a result, goals at both ends looks to be a highly probable scenario.
The biggest issue for PSV has been transferring their stunning domestic form into the Champions League but that has meant them having to change their way of playing which they have struggled with. They will find it hard to stop a motivated Inter team who desperately need to win.
Galatasaray are not in particularly good form this season and while it is never an easy place to visit, Porto will not fear playing them. They are expected to rotate heavily for this match with nothing on the line for them so that may allow the hosts to get a morale-boosting result here.
Paris completely dominated Crvena Zvezda when they met at home but they will know that the Serbian team are a completely different proposition at home. That said, with victory imperative for Paris, they should have enough motivation to win this one comfortably and rack up the goals.
There is a chance that Atletico could rest some players as they do have various injury concerns but they have plenty of quality options. Brugge on the other hand are not playing well and are missing players too, so there is every likelihood that Atletico overwhelm them here.
So much depends on the team which Barca field for this match as they could rest plenty of their star men for this game. Spurs are playing well but may have half an eye on what is happening in the other game which could condition how they approach this. Either way, expect goals at the Camp Nou.
O'Sullivan has been creating plenty of headlines away from the table during this year's UK Championship but he has remained the man to beat on the baize. Aside from a close battle with Ken Doherty early in the tournament, the defending champion has not been troubled and looks in the mood to collect a record seventh UK title.
On paper, everything points towards the home team here as the Blitz have been the outstanding team during the group stage, while Durban Heat have been woeful.
All the pressure is on the Paarl Rocks who simply have to win this game or face elimination. They have not lived up to expectations and it has been their batting which has let them down with some of their T20 specialists just not performing.
There is really only one outcome here and it could get ugly for basement boys Huesca, as Real Madrid have been steadily improving under Santiago Solari. The home side have scored only four goals on home soil all season and it would be a massive shock if they added to that total here.
We’re feeling festive here at TSZ Towers after Gameweek 15 came bearing gifts, namely points, 85 of them to be exact. In a rare set of fixtures for the Premier League in which all 20 teams scored at least once, we ranked at 7,277th in the whole wide world and now sit within the top 50k at 47,230th (which is really hard to say when you’re showing off to everyone in the lunch queue).
The two Sydney clubs will face off under the lights in a blockbuster match-up for what promises to be a fantastic match. It will be the first time the Thunder have played under the lights since their season opener in the Women’s Big Bash League in 2016.
In this year’s Womens Big Bash, the Perth Scorchers will be looking to go one step further than the previous two seasons, having lost to the Sixers in the grand final on both occasions.
It may only be early in the Women's Big Bash, but a couple of early wins is a fantastic way to set the tone for a team’s campaign and Adelaide have set the foundations with their first win last time out.