The midweek Champions League action provides punters with the opportunity to pick out an accumulator in an attempt to land a big price winner over the course of the evening.
The four-fold of Real Madrid, Manchester City, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund is sure to be a popular choice, as, currently, each of the teams are favourites to win their respective matches and the acca pays just over 5/1 (6.0) with Betfair.
However, anyone opening a new account can take a huge price of 70/1 (71.0) on these four sides coming out on top in Wednesday's action from Europe's premier club competition.
At better than 10 times the usual price, this offer is expected to prove an extremely popular option for those who are yet to sign up with the online firm.
To to take advantage of the enhanced odds simply register using the link provided, back the four teams at the usual price shown on site and if they all win, the returns will be topped up to the value of a 70/1 (71.0) winner. £1 max bet. Winnings as free bets. T&Cs apply.
Liverpool (1/25) are the shortest price on the entire Champions League coupon this week as they host a Maribor side that were on the wrong end of a 7-0 thrashing in the reverse fixture.
Peter Bosz's side need a victory here if they're to put themselves in with a chance of making the knockout stages and the Cypriot visitors have lost five of their previous eight away games in this competition, including qualifiers, so they are unlikely to spring a shock in Germany.
Defending champions Real Madrid (6/5) were stunned by Girona in La Liga at the weekend and Zinedine Zidane will look for an immediate reaction as his side head to Wembley, where Spurs are still showing signs of teething problems at their new home - not least in letting a 2-0 lead slip against West Ham in the League Cup last week.
Pep Guardiola's side have been flawless in the competition so far and with the hosts only having three points to their name thus far, the Premier League leaders look ideally placed to demonstrate their deadly pace on the counter attack as Maurizio Sarri's side push on in search of a victory.