In the second preview of Tuesday's Champions League ties, two great matches unfold. Champions Leicester face Porto looking to continue their fairytale start in this season's Champions League. Dinamo Zagreb host Juventus in the second match, with the Old Lady looking to register their first win after a slow start against Sevilla.
Leicester vs Porto – Tuesday 27th September 2016 – 19:45 - BT Sport
Leicester welcome Porto to the King Power Stadium, in the second round of matches from this season's Champions League group stage games .
The Foxes come into this match on the back of a 4-1 defeat against Manchester United, with goals from Smalling, Mata, Rashford and Pogba enough to secure a heavy defeat.
Three goals came from set pieces, with United's acquisition's of Pogba, Ibrahimovic and Bailey adding to the aerial presence of Smalling.
The nature of the goals will have disappointed Claudio Ranieri, the result also means Leicester come into this match in poor form.
Europe The Catalyst
Leicester enjoyed an incredible opening night in the Champions League, with a 3-0 win away against Club Brugge a fortnight ago.
Goals from Marc Albrighton (5) and a double from Riyad Mahrez ensured the perfect start in their maiden Champions League fixture.
Ranieri can take heart from the fact that the excellent performance against Brugge came directly after another defeat, with Liverpool giving them a 4-1 defeat prior to that game.
They find themselves in 11th position in the Premier League, it was always going to be tough after last year's incredible title win though.
Exciting Times For Leicester
The Foxes will be looking to the Champions League as their main priority, with the Premier League form proving hard to come by this new challenge will be a major incentive.
Porto travel to the King Power Stadium, they will be much sterner opposition than Brugge but home advantage will be key for the Foxes.
Another win will put them in an excellent position in terms of qualification, with two wins from their opening two matches the perfect start.
With Porto, Brugge and FC Copenhagen in their group, wins against the Portuguese side will be key to their chances of topping the group.
Leicester are 6/5 with Jamie Vardy at 9/2 to open the scoring.
Porto come into this game on the back of 1-1 draw against FC Copenhagen in their opening match.
The Portuguese side took the lead early on, with a 13th-minute win from Otavio, with Cornelius equalising for the visitors in the 52nd minute.
It was a point that will have disappointed Porto, not only because they were at home and took the lead but also because Copenhagen finished the game with ten men.
They failed to capitalise on the one-man advantage, they maintain their excellent home record in European competition.
Good Season So Far
Porto have started the season in good form, with four wins a draw and a defeat from their opening six matches.
It has been a mixed start, with both Sporting Lisbon and Benfica above them in the Portuguese First Division.
Their best win of the season came in the 3-0 win against Vitoria de Guimaraes, which saw Marcano, Torres and an Aurelio own goal to complete the scoring.
The defeat against Sporting Lisbon was an early blow, with Porto looking to stamp their mark on this season's first division.
Leicester Ties Key
Porto will know that the two ties against Leicester will be key, especially if they are to top the group and ensure an easier tie in the last 16.
They will be looking to improve on their opening showing in this season's competition, although Leicester will be delighted with their opening display.
Porto are 23/10 with Andre Silva at 5/1 to score first.
Dinamo Zagreb vs Juventus – Tuesday 27th September 2016 – 19:45 - BT Sport
Dinamo Zagreb welcome Juventus to the Maksimir Stadium, in the second round of matches from this season's Champions League group stage games .
Zagreb come into this match on the back of a 3-0 win against Lyon, with goals from Tolisso (13), Ferri (49) and Cornet (57).
It was a miserable night for the Croatians, with 0 goals from 7 shots on target and 14 overall.
Good Domestic Season
They have also enjoyed a great domestic season, they find themselves third in their league with just the two defeats so far.
Their last match in the Croatian First League was a 1-0 against city rival Locomotive Zagreb 1-0.
They are just one point off the top of their domestic league, despite losing two games they are the favourites to win the league again.
Dinamo will be targeting a return to winning ways, although they don't come much tougher than a tie against Juventus.
Zagreb reached the group stage of last season's competition, where they were paired with the likes of Arsenal, Olympiacos and Bayern Munich.
It was a tough group and this season appears to be a little less difficult, with Juventus the favourites to progress, with Lyon and Sevilla the other challengers.
Zagreb will be looking to improve their record in the Champions League this season, in seven matches including qualifying they have played seven, won five, drawn one and lost just the once.
Zagreb are 10/1 with El Arbi Hillel Soudani at 11/1 to score first.
Juventus come into this game on the back of 1-0 win away against Palermo in Serie A.
A Goldaniga own goal in the 49th minute proved to be the difference between the two sides.
The narrow win was still enough to ensure that Juventus remain at the top of Serie A, just one point ahead of Napoli on 14 points.
Their game prior to that was a 4-0 win against Cagliari, in a far more convincing win for Massimiliano Allegri's men.
Solid Season So Far
Juventus have started the season in excellent fashion, with five wins and a surprise defeat in their opening six matches.
The surprise 2-1 defeat at the hands of Inter came at the San Siro, only Napoli now boast an unbeaten record in the Italian top flight.
Their best win of the season came in the 4-0 demolition of Cagliari, which saw Rugari, Higuain, Alves and Ceppitelli on the score sheet.
Five wins in their opening six games is an excellent start, with Juventus already the four time Champions of Serie A.
Juve Yet To Hit Their Straps
They find themselves top of Serie A after their haul at the weekend, Juventus will be delighted with their form going into their Champions League fixture.
Allegri will be looking for a reaction, with the visit to Zagreb a tough assignment, even for the reigning Italian Champions.
Juventus drew their opening match of the Champions League 0-0 against Europa League winners Sevilla.
It was a tough match for both sides, with both sides cancelling each other out and Juve yet to hit their straps this season.
Juventus are 1/4 with Gonzalo Higuain 2/1 to open the scoring.
Tip 1 - Mahrez to score first @ 11/2 and Leicester to win 2-1 @ 8/1