In this second preview of the Wednesday matches sees Bayern Munich take on PSV. Bayern Munich have yet to win since matchday two where they lost to Atletico and PSV have endured a similar run of form. The second match sees Celtic take on Borussia Monchengladbach at Parkhead, in what is fast becoming a battle for third place.
Bayern Munich vs PSV – Wednesday 19th October 2016 – 19:45 - BT Sport
Bayern Munich welcome PSV Eindhoven to the Allianz Arena on Wednesday evening, in the third round of matches from the Champions League group stages.
The German Champions come into this match on the back of a 2-2 draw away at Frankfurt in the Bundesliga.
Goals from Arjen Robben (10) and Joshua Kimmich (62) twice gave Bayern the lead but they were unable to see the game out.
Huszti eqaualised in the 43rd minute and was subsequently sent off in the 65th, with Fabian scoring the second equaliser in the 78th minute to see out a huge point for the home side.
Bayern In Mixed Form
Bayern had gone into the weekend's fixtures in mixed form, with two draws since their defeat against Atletico Madrid.
They have started the Champions League in mixed form as well, with an opening win and a defeat on matchday two.
Their opening fixture at home against Rostov saw Bayern enjoy the perfect start, with a 5-0 win.
Atletico Madrid presented a far greater challenge, with the Bavarians narrowly losing 1-0 away at the Vicente Calderon.
Despite their mixed form Bayern remain favourites, with their home record in the competition absolutely incredible.
They will be looking to register their second win of the competition, they will also be looking to recover from the Atleti defeat.
Bayern will be looking to make a huge step back in the group and will be targeting top spot.
Bayern are 2/9 with Robert Lewandowski at 9/4 to open the scoring.
PSV Eindhoven travel to the Allianz Arena on the back of a 1-1 draw against Heracles at the weekend.
It's a result that sees PSV remain fourth in the Eredivisie, 9 points behind runaway leaders Feyenoord.
They have drawn their last three successive matches and have lost just the one game this season, against Feyenoord prior to the Rostov draw.
With five wins from their opening nine matches, they have plenty of work to do in the league.
Big Game For PSV
The Dutchmen currently sit bottom of their group, with a 2-2 draw against Rostov in their last outing.
They have registered just one point from their opening 2 matches, with the draw against Rostov their only positive result so far.
On matchday two, Rostov twice took the lead against PSV, with D Poloz bagging a double in the 8th and 37th minute.
But PSV struck back with goals from Morishige (14) and Luuk de Jong (45+2) to earn a valuable away point.
PSV come into this match as underdogs, they will be looking to register their first win in the Champions League this season.
This will be a tough fixture for the visitors, arguably the toughest of their Champions League campaign, with Bayern one of the best sides in the competition.
The Dutch side will be looking for their biggest win of the season, on form alone this is an even contest, with both sides struggling for form of late.
PSV are 11/1 with Luuk de Jong at 10/1 to score first.
Celtic vs Borussia Monchengladbach – Wednesday 19th October 2016 – 19:45 - BT Sport
Celtic welcome Borussia Monchengladbach to Parkhead on Wednesday evening, in the third round of matches from the Champions League group stages.
The Scottish Champions come into this match on the back of a 2-0 win against Motherwell at home on Saturday.
Goals from Scott Sinclair (18) and a late Moussa Dembele penalty (87) ensured Celtic took a four-point lead with a game in hand.
They are unbeaten in six matches in all competitions, their only defeat coming in the 7-0 humiliation against Barcelona.
Celtic In Great Form
Celtic had gone into the weekend's fixtures in excellent form, with a five-game unbeaten streak already established.
They have started the Champions League in mixed form though, with a hefty opening defeat against La Liga Champions Barcelona by 7-0.
They followed that up with a European classic, in a six goal thriller at Parkhead against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
Goals from Moussa Dembele (3, 47) and Raheem Sterling (20 og) took Celtic ahead on three occasions, with Fernandinho (11), Raheem Sterling (28) and Nolito (55) rescuing the Blues.
Despite their excellent form Celtic remain underdogs, despite their excellent home record in the competition in years gone by.
They will be looking to register their first win of the competition, they will also be looking to build on the Manchester City result.
Celtic will look to make history in this fixture, they have never beat Borussia Monchengladbach in a competitive fixture.
Celtic are 19/10 with Leigh Griffiths and Moussa Dembele at 5/1 to score first.
German Side Favourites
Borussia Monchengladbach travel to Parkhead on the back of a 0-0 draw against Hamburg at the weekend.
It's a result that sees Gladbach remain ninth in the Bundesliga, 6 points behind leaders Bayern Munich.
They have drawn one and lost two of their last three matches, with hefty defeats against Schalke and Barcelona prior to that draw.
With three wins from their opening seven matches, they have plenty of work to do in the league.
Big Game For Gladbach
The Germans currently sit bottom of their group, with two defeats against Barcelona and Manchester City.
They have registered no points from their opening 2 matches, with this match against Celtic crucial if they are to put any pressure on the leaders Barca and City.
On matchday two the Germans took the lead in the 34th through Thorgan Hazard, with the perfect start against the Spaniards.
Two goals in eight minutes from Arda Turan (65) and Gerard Pique (73) completed an excellent comeback for the Catalans.
Despite their dismal record in Europe this season they remain favourites, they will be looking to register their first win in the Champions League this season.
This will be a tough fixture for the visitors, not as tough as the previous two matches but Parkhead has been the footfall of many sides including Manchester City.
The German side will be looking for their biggest win of the season, on form alone this is an even contest, with both sides struggling against the might of City and Barcelona.
Gladbach are 13/10 with Raffael Caetano at 5/1 to score first.
Tip 1 – Muller to score first @ 7/2 and Bayern to win 2-1 @ 9/1
Tip 2 – Dembele to score first @ 5/1 and a 2-2 draw @ 10/1