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Predict the six correct scorelines from Tuesday’s Champions League matches to win. But who will come out on top? From the key stats to the main men, get your lowdown here…

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Tottenham v PSV

Key stat: Tottenham have won seven of their 10 home Champions League group matches, while the Dutch team have failed to register a win in their last 11 in the competition.

Main men: Harry Kane brags the best goals-per-game ratio of any player in Champions League history to play 10 games or more, scoring 11 in 13, subsequently attaining the 0.85 ratio. Luuk de Jong and Hirving Lozano have 17 goals between them in the Dutch Eredivisie, while each of them have scored once in the competition thus far.

Form: Mauricio Pochettino’s team are winless in their opening three matches of the campaign, but did record their first point in a 2-2 draw with their opponents last time out. Mark van Bommel’s side are in the same position, leaving the outcome of the match ever so important for the context of the group.

Best backed: 2-1 (8/1 with Sky Bet)

Inter Milan v Barcelona

Key stat: Inter Milan have drawn three of their last eight encounters with Spanish opposition, while the Catalan side have shared the spoils in three of their last four outings to Inter in European competition.

Main men: Mauro Icardi has netted five goals in four league matches and has two to his name in this year’s UCL campaign. Luis Suarez has six Spanish La Liga goals in three matches, and will be itching to take this form into the competition and exploit the Italian side’s backline.

Form: Luciano Spalletti’s team have won two of their three UCL games, only losing to their opponents Barcelona, who will qualify for the last 16 and essentially win the group if they can pick up three points at the San Siro.

Best backed: 1-1 (11/2 with Sky Bet)

Napoli v PSG

Key stat: Napoli are winless in their last three meetings with the French champions in European competition, while PSG have averaged 3.4 goals per game in the Champions League since the start of last season.

Main men: Dries Mertens has directly contributed to 13 goals in 16 UCL matches, striking eight times while assisting five. Kylian Mbappe has hit seven in four league matches and the World Cup winner will be playing alongside Neymar to cause the Napoli defence a ton of problems.

Form: Napoli are unbeaten from their first three, with draws against Red Star Belgrade and PSG in their last fixture, their only win coming against Liverpool at home. Thomas Tuchel’s team went down to Liverpool in their first match, before picking up a thumping win against Red Star Belgrade and earning a last-gasp equaliser against the hosts on Tuesday.

Best backed: 1-2 (17/2 with Sky Bet)

Atletico Madrid v Borussia Dortmund

Key stat: The home side have not lost back-to-back Champions League group stage games since 2009, the only previous time this has occurred, while Dortmund are the only team, along with Juventus, yet to concede a goal in the competition.

Main men: Antoine Griezmann has been directly involved in six of Atletico’s seven home goals in the competition since moving to the Wanda Metropolitano. Jadon Sancho has two goals in his last two league games and contributed to the 4-0 demolition of Diego Simeone’s side with a goal.

Form: Atletico endured a 4-0 thumping at the hands of the visitors in their last UCL fixture, but had mustered two wins before that against Club Brugge and Monaco. The German team also dispatched those two and top the group subsequent to their performance last time out.

Best backed: 1-0 (6/1 with Sky Bet)

Porto v Lokomotiv Moscow

Key stat: The Portuguese team have only lost twice in their previous 14 home Champions League games, with Lokomotiv Moscow only notching the solitary goal in their last seven away matches in the competition.

Main men: Moussa Marega has notched two in his last two in the Portuguese league, as well as scoring in each of his last two UCL games this campaign. Anton Miranchuk has netted three times in his last three league games, and scored Lokomotiv’s only goal in their defeat to Porto.

Form: Porto top the group with seven points and remain unbeaten, seeing off their next opponents in their last fixture 3-1 and drawing with Schalke before their victory against Galatasaray. The Russian side lost to both of these sides as well as Porto and occupy the bottom place in the group.

Best backed: 2-0 (11/2 with Sky Bet)

Schalke v Galatasaray

Key stat: Schalke are on their longest unbeaten run in the competition since February 2013, going seven without defeat in that time, including a draw with the visitors. The away side have failed to win in 12 on the road, stretching to March 2013 where they registered their last away Champions League win.

Main men: Breel Embolo scored in Schalke’s last Bundesliga fixture and has netted one of their two UCL goals thus far. Ryan Donk has scored two of Galatasaray’s last four Turkish league goals, as they have struggled for goals recently, highlighting Donk’s potential importance in the match.

Form: Domenico Tedesco’s side are unbeaten, with two draws and one win, taking up the second and important position in the group. The visitors are just one point behind as they were handed a defeat by Porto.

Best backed: 1-0 (5/1 with Sky Bet)

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