We have teamed up with Mr Fixit of the Daily Record to give you his tips throughout the season.
MAN CITY look best bets of the three English teams in action tonight.
They travel to Feyenoord while Liverpool will be tested by Sevilla at Anfield and Spurs bid to end their Wembley hoodoo at home to Borussia Dortmund.
Feyenoord celebrated a first Dutch title in 18 years but Gio van Bronckhorst has a much-changed squad and City are no bigger than 4-9.
Pep Guardiola’s side were boosted by last weekend’s 5-0 win against 10-man Liverpool and look stronger than last season especially at the back.
Up top Sergio Aguero continues to shine and is 3-1 to break the deadlock in Holland.
Feyenoord have won just two of their last 15 Champions League outings but beat a weakened Man United at home in the Europa League last season and have netted in their last 33 home games.
None of City’s 36 Champions League group games have ended 0-0 and in those games they’ve kept just five clean sheets so both to score must have a chance at 3-4. City to win and btts pays 7-4 with McBookie.
Liverpool are in the Champions League for the second time in eights seasons but should progress in a group that also features Maribor and Spartak Moscow.
Sevilla will be their chief rivals for top spot and with Sadio Mane available despite his ban I can see the Reds triumphing on another special Anfield night. Liverpool are no bigger than 7-10 and Mane is 21-20 at McBookie to score.
Spurs remain winless at Wembley this season and face tough Euro opponents in Dortmund but the Germans are missing half a team while the Londoners are without Delle Alli.
Dortmund drew 0-0 with Freiburg at the weekend, only the second time in 24 games they have failed to score and that will give Spurs plenty of hope. Borussia Dortmund lost Ousmane Dembele to Barcelona and he’ll be missed.
With August out of the way Harry Kane scored his 100th and 101st goals for Spurs in the 3-0 win over Everton on Saturday. He faces a Dortmund side without defenders Marcel Schmelzer and Marc Bartra and Kane is 7-2 to score first.
An English treble is possible and pays 9-2.
Napoli have made a perfect start to the new campaign and look good. They came through a testing Champions League qualifying against Nice to cruise through 4-0 on aggregate and have won their opening three Serie A games.
After finishing just five points behind Juventus in the league last season they look ready to kick on and with players such as Dries Mertens, Jose Callejon and Arkadiusz Milik I fancy them to win at Shakhtar Donetsk and best price is 6-5.
Shakhtar are no mugs though and have won seven and drawn one in the league this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo is serving a five-match domestic ban but is free to play at home to Apoel in the Champions League and that’s a relief for a side who will be minus the injured Karim Benzema for about a month.
APOEL have been through three rounds of qualifying games to reach the group stage and knocked out Slavia Prague but could lose heavily here.
Real are no bigger than 1-16 so value is tough to find but I like Ronaldo to score first at 15-8 with McBookie.
RB Leipzig v Monaco looks an interesting game and there could be goals. The likes of Tiemoue Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy, Kylian Mbappe and Bernardo Silva have all been been sold by the French champions but Monaco have signed up Keita Balde, Stevan Jovetic and Youri Tielemans and held on to the likes of Fabinho and Thomas Lemar.
Howver, a 4-0 thrashing by Nice at the weekend was worrying.
Leipzig have kept Timo Werner and Naby Keita and bounced back from an opening-day defeat at Schalke to beat Freiburg and Hamburg.
Over 2.5 goals looks the call at 7-10 and I’ll be on on-form Werner to score at 6-4.