The Champions League group standings should gain a lot more clarity after tonight's matchday 4 clashes featuring some of the continent's heavyweights.
Here's what we are keeping our eyes on this evening.
🔴 Origi quickly becoming a cult Liverpool legend
The former Genk man has proven time and time again that he's the man for the big occasion at Liverpool, despite being used predominantly as a substitute. Jurgen Klopp is clearly a fan, and the Belgian might start tonight at Anfield, and the smart money is on him hitting the back of the net.
"Don’t forget Divock Origi" 😂 pic.twitter.com/OYjssFhRMk— B/R Football (@brfootball) November 4, 2019
☄️ Ajax set to test Chelsea's recent run
Lampard's Blues outfit has won five straight away matches across all competitions, but their results at home have been a little less convincing. The visit of last season's Champions League semifinalists Ajax will provide a strong acid test of how far they've come as a team, and that makes this match the highlight of the night as two young talented sides slug it out.
🤺 Conte's Inter means business
It's been a pretty terrible run for Borussia Dortmund by their standards. Four of their last five matches in the Bundesliga have been drawn, and they went down 2-0 to Inter in the reverse fixture. Form is not on their side, and the goals have dried up for Jadon Sancho and Paco Alcacer. Inter Milan will set up in their new defensive shape meaning that this should be a tight and intriguing battle between two good sides. Despite Inter's rugged approach, they've also got two hot strikers in the shape of Lautaro Martínez and Romelu Lukaku doing great things at the other end of the pitch.
😮 Napoli vs Salzburg should be a goal-fest
Neither of these sides seems particularly capable of keeping clean sheets at the moment. At least one side scored exactly three goals in each of the three previous head to heads, and we have to mention Erling Braut Håland; the Salzburg striker is the first player to score six goals in his first three UEFA Champions League games, and he's the competition’s top scorer. The reverse fixture ended in a 3-2 away win for Napoli, and who's to say we won't see more of the same in Italy.
🐐 Barcelona unbeaten at home in six years in the UCL
It's a run that stretches back to September 2013 and one that can only be admired. Any chance to see Messi, Suárez and Griezmann together on a football pitch together should be taken, and that's why we'll be watching Barcelona take on Slavia Prague with keen attention. There should be goals.