Mohamed Salah is set to be heavily backed with the armband this gameweek as he goes in search of a first double-figure haul of the season, while Eden Hazard’s fitness is a concern for owners ahead of Saturday’s 2.00pm deadline.
The UFC reaches New Brunswick in Canada for the first time with a barn burner of a main event between Volkan Oezdemir and Anthony Smith.
Zubaira Tukhugov loses his place on the card after his involvement in the post-fight melee at UFC 229 but, fortunately, Michael Johnson has stepped up to fight Artem Lobov.
Misha Cirkunov welcomes Patrick Cummins to his second home in Canada with both men desperate to get back on winning track.
Jonathan Martinez has been gifted his much awaited UFC debut after Gavin Tucker withdrew due to injury. He takes on Andre Soukhamthath who is fighting for his UFC career.
Alex Garcia and Court McGee kick-off the main card in Canada as these welterweight powerhouses look to get back to winning ways.
Two UFC vets with 33 UFC fights between them arrive in Canada desperate for a win. Gian Villante and Ed Herman are both coming off losses but that won't stop them from putting on a show.
PSV continue to be hugely dominant in domestic competitions but they have struggled with the step up in class in this competition. Spurs are quietly going about their business and getting results right now, and they should be able to travel to Eindhoven and take three vital points.
PSG's matches in the Champions League have typically been full of goals as their last 17 home games have seen over 2.5 goals. They have to go for the win in this tight group which should lead to an open game so expect this match to follow suit with plenty of goals on show.
This match is simply a must-win game for Lokomotiv if they are to have any hopes of reaching the knockout phase. Porto will be tough to break down however as they will look to soak up their pressure and hit them on the counter-attack which they look well set up to do.
Liverpool's record at home in the Champions League is strong and they will fancy their chances of racking up some goals against a weak Crvena Zvezda team. Despite a risk of complacency, even a rotated Liverpool team should see them keen to score goals and win this match comfortably.
This is one of the more evenly matched groups in the competition and every point is crucial. Schalke make the trip to Istanbul in mixed form, but will view a point as an excellent result so look for them to try and nullify the injury-plagued hosts and play for a clean sheet and point.
Club Brugge have found themselves to be out of their depth in recent editions of the Champions League having lost 11 of their last 12 matches in the competition. This fixture may just be the tonic Thierry Henry needs to get his first victory as Monaco head coach despite his side's poor form too.
The top two teams in Group A face off here in what should be an entertaining game. On the face of it, this should be quite open as many of Dortmund's matches are, but there may be a level of caution and respect between the two which could lead to a low scoring match and potentially stalemate.