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These midweek Champions League matches have being well analysed and can make you some huge cash.

1. Dynamo Kyiv vs Bayern Munich

Bayern are high flying here as they are unbeaten in this competition and their free scoring energy can be put to action here.

Last weekend defeat at the can leave them furious here and will look to vent their anger on Dynamo Kyiv who are struggling to find their feet in the European competitions.

Prediction: Bayern Munich over 1.5 goals

2. Chelsea vs Juventus

Chelsea are looking unstoppable in the English Premier League, a three goal thrashing of frustrated Leicester City gives them the momentum to go into this game looking to revenge on the loss in the reverse fixture in Turin.

Juventus meanwhile are unbeaten in this competition this season and will look to beat the blues making it three consecutive wins against them but can they break the defense once more.

Prediction: Chelsea win either halve

3. Barcelona vs Benfica

After the appointment of Xavi as Barcelona new manager, things are looking pretty good here and it's a must win for them to keep them in this competition and a revenge too is on their minds too. Benfica too will be a tough nut to crack here though.

Prediction: Barcelona win

4. Liverpool vs Porto

After a massive win against stubborn Arsenal last weekend, Liverpool will look to continue their dominant form in this competition so as to win the group with a match to spare meanwhile Porto are a very tough team and will give Liverpool a hard time but can't stop them.

Prediction: Liverpool win either halve

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