The revelation of Sam Allardyce's parting of the ways with the Football Association will be dominating the sport headlines, but two teams in Great Britain will be focusing on the Champions League instead. Man City travel probably the shortest distance across Europe that they will have to go this year, to face Celtic in Glasgow.
Celtic will be without their first choice goalkeeper, Dorus de Vries, who was substituted at half time against Kilmarnock on Saturday and who has yet to recover from a chest injury. They have the perfect replacement on hand, though, in Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon.
City have a number of injury worries themselves, though, with Kevin de Bruyne missing through a hamstring injury alongside Vincent Kompany with a groin injury and Fabian Delph with a muscle problem. Yaya Toure remains sidelined until his agent apologises to Pep Guardiola, so all in all Celtic may well fancy their chances against one of England's biggest teams.
The best place to back the hosts to win is at Ladbrokes, at a tempting 8/1.
That said, the City squad is not exactly short of quality, and there's plenty of expensive depth to the team. They won their first Champions League match this season very comfortably, beating Borussia Monchengladbach 4-0. We think they've got every chance of taking another win on Wednesday, and the best place to back that is at BoyleSports, offering a market leading 2/5.
If you fancy some longer odds, we think City may well win and keep a clean sheet once again. The best place to back City to Win to Nil is at Coral, who will give you the best price we've found at 29/20.