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With just one hurdle left to jump before the group stages, PSV will be keen to recover from a first-leg deficit against Benfica, who won ran out 2-1 winners last week.
PSV have won their last three home matches in the Champions League, including strong victories over Galatasaray and Midtjylland this term - and fans will be hoping for another strong performance this evening.
Benfica, meanwhile, missed out an automatic qualification for the group stage of the Champions League, as they finished down in third position in last season's Portuguese top flight.
Ahead of the game, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best bets from PSV Eindhoven vs Benfica to get your teeth stuck into.
PSV Eindhoven are 10//1 to win, with Benfica priced at 7/4 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 12/5.
Prediction: 2-1 (7/1)
Match result and both team to score: PSV Eindhoven and yes (5/2)
PSV have conceded in two of their last three matches at the Phillips Stadion and, as a result of that, both teams could be very well get themselves on the scoresheet tonight.
We can see this game going only one way, though, and we’re tipping the Dutch giants - who have put lots of teams to the sword at home lately - to have the edge over their Portuguese opponents tonight.
To score in both halves: PSV Eindhoven (13/8)
PSV have scored in both halves in their last three home matches and could be set for a repeat again here.
They claimed a 5-1 victory against Galatasaray and a 3-0 triumph over Midtjylland in the previous rounds of the qualifiers while also defeating Cambur 4-1 in the Eredivisie on Saturday.
Winner of tie: PSV Eindhoven (5/4)
PSV's superb home form has them as favourites among the bookies and it should come as no surprise, too.
The Dutch outfit have won their last three home matches in the Champions League and we’re backing them to make it four and head into the coveted Champions League group stages among Europe’s big guns next month.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
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Roger Schmidt made a number of changes for Saturday's league clash with Cambuur, but the likes of Noni Madueke, Ibrahim Sangare, Mario Gotze, Andre Ramalho and Phillip Max will be back in the team for this match.
There are not expected to be any surprises in the Dutch outfit's side, with Madueke, Gotze and Gakpo set to operate behind lone forward Eran Zahavi, who was on the scoresheet last time out.
Indeed, Pizzi, Joao Mario, Alex Grimaldo, Julian Weigl and Rafa Silva will all come back in, but there is unlikely to be a spot in the starting line-up for Carlos Vinicius - who has returned following a loan spell at Tottenham Hotspur.
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