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Antonio Conte's outfit are being backed in to advance from their tight Champions League group, with the value to be found in plenty of games on match-day six

Juventus are expected to beat Galatasaray in the cauldron of the Turk Telekom Arena this week and progress to the knockout rounds of the UEFA Champions League.

Real Madrid have already qualified as Group B winners, but remain heavy $1.40 favourites at bet365 to beat FC Copenhagen ($7.00) on the road, while Juve are paying $1.90 to beat Gala ($3.75) in Istanbul, with the draw at $3.60.

The Serie A title-holders are expected to open the scoring in that contest, with Carlos Tevez ($6.00) and Fernando Llorente ($6.50) leading bet365's first goal-scorer markets in that game. But Galatasaray's Turkish marksman Burak Yilmaz could be a decent bet at $7.50.

In Group A, leaders Manchester United ($2.05) host Shakhtar Donetsk ($3.50) looking to wrap up top spot beyond all doubt, with Bayer Leverkusen ($1.85) expected to beat Real Sociedad ($4.00) and join David Moyes' team in the round of 16, barring an upset from the Ukrainian outfit at Old Trafford.


Back CSKA Moscow to beat Viktoria Plzen away at $2.80

Go for PSG to beat Benfica away at $3.80

Paris Saint-Germain, guaranteed to finish first in Group C, are paying $3.80 to win away to Benfica ($1.90), who are level on points with Olympiacos and need to win to remain in control of their own destiny. The Greek club, second in the group and with a marginally better goal difference than their Portuguese rivals, are $1.33 favourites to beat Anderlecht ($9.00), with the draw at $5.00.

There is likely to be little interest from casual punters in Group D, with Bayern Munich and Manchester City already confirmed as the two teams to progress, but there could be value to be found there.

First-placed Bayern, the competition's holders, are $1.44 to beat City ($6.00), with the draw at $4.75.

Bottom side Viktoria Plzen are paying $2.50 to beat CSKA Moscow ($2.80), with the draw at $3.30, but it would take a significant upset from the Czech side to prevent the Russian club from claiming third and qualifying for the UEFA Europa League.

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