So, how was last night for you?
The Champions League returned on Tuesday, with mixed results for the English sides as Manchester United lost and Chelsea won.
And there's more tonight, with Manchester City and Liverpool both in action.
Throw in plenty of Championship football and various other stories to stay on top of, and The Sportsman has plenty coming you way over the course of Wednesday.
For those of you who missed the nine-goal thriller at the Etihad, here is The Sportsman's reaction to the match.
If you were unable to catch the match for yourself, why don't you check out The Sportsman's report on the game at Anfield.
What a night of action in the Uefa Champions League, here are the results:
Sheriff 2-0 Shakhtar Donetsk
Besiktas 1-2 Borussia Dortmund
Liverpool 3-2 AC Milan
Inter 0-1 Real Madrid
Atl. Madrid 0-0 FC Porto
Man City 6-3 RB Leipzig
Sporting 1-5 Ajax
Club Brugge 1-1 PSG
Gabriel Jesus gets in on the action as he rifles a shot into the roof of the net.
ANOTHER GOAL AT THE ETIHAD. This time Joao Cancelo gets on the scoresheet with a sublime effort from range.
Christopher Nkunku has his hat-trick. Youssuf Poulsen slipped in the attacker and he fires his effort past Ederson and into the far corner.
The Liverpool captain comes up with a screamer.
A first time half-volley as a corner is cleared finds its way into the bottom corner!
Another goal for City and this time it's Jack Grealish on the scoresheet. Lazy defending by the visitors allows Grealish to pick up the ball down the left and he drives his way into the box before curling his effort into the far corner.
It's a second header for Christopher Nkunku in this game, this time he was provided the inviting aerial ball by Dani Olmo.
That man again!
He makes up for his missed penalty by getting onto a dinked ball over the top and poking home.
All square now!
Some interesting games so far in the Uefa Champions League, here are the half-time scores:
Atletico Madrid 0-0 Porto
Club Brugge 1-1 PSG
Inter Milan 0-0 Real Madrid
Liverpool 1-2 AC Milan
Manchester City 3-1 RB Leipzig
Sporting CP 1-3 Ajax
City score again through a Riyad Mahrez penalty. After a VAR review, Lukas Klostermann was deemed to have used his arm to make contact with the ball.
The visitors grab a goal back before the break and it's Christopher Nkunku with the header. A cross from the left is headed back Into danger by the own goalscorer Mukiele and Nkunku gives it the the extra touch to beat Ederson.
City double their lead and it's an own goal by Nordi Mukiele. Kevin De Bruyne swung in an inviting cross in from the right and the RB Leipzig defender was in two minds what to do and he heads the ball past his goalkeeper. Calamity.
Nathan Are heads home a Jack Grealish corner from the left. The defender storms in unmarked to power the ball home. Peter Gulacsi got a hand on it but the power took it past him.
Ander Herrera opens the scoring for PSG.
Andy Robertson fired a shot goalwards which was deemed to have struck the arm of a Milan defender, which seemed very harsh. But Liverpool couldn't take advantage as Mo Salah's penalty is well saved by Mike Maignan!
An opportunity missed!
That is sensational!
A one-two between Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mo Salah sees the right-back drive into the box and fire past the goalkeeper with the help of a deflection.
What a start.
We are underway!
Let's hope for another night of great action as we bring you the goals from Liverpool, Man City and PSG!
Besiktas pull a late goal back but it isn't enough as Borussia Dortmund secure an important win.
FULL TIME SCORES
Besiktas 1-2 Borussia Dortmund
Sheriff 2-0 Shakhtar Donetsk
The Moldovan side take the lead through Adama Traore.
One man who we saw in action last night was Chelsea's Edouard Mendy, who has been through quite the rise to make it into Europe's elite competition.
Read more about it here.
Liverpool v AC Milan should be a cracker tonight, with the two teams coming up against each other in both the 2005 and 2007 final.
One man who starred in both was Brazilian playmaker Kaka, who is looking forward to tonight's match-up.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has been speaking to the press ahead of their tasty Europa League tie with Napoli tomorrow.
Here's what he had to say about Youri Tielemans and more.
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes is close to signing a new long-term contract at Old Trafford that will see the Portuguese star earn £250k a week.
We get to see this front three in action tonight! Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe take on Club Brugge, with Messi 3/1 to score first with Betfred.
Ahead of the Jose Mourinho derby, as Inter Milan face Real Madrid in the Champions League, star forward Lautaro Martinez looks set to extend his stay at the San Siro. After the exit of Romelu Lukaku this summer, the Italians will be delighted to see him stay.
The defender will shortly undergo surgery on her right leg before beginning a period of rehabilitation with Man City.
She has also withdrawn from the England squad.
It's 20 years today since THAT incident at St James' Park when Roy Keane and Alan Shearer squared up and the Irishman was sent off. Both of them standing their ground for their clubs, for the pride in the badge.
Great leaders, the pair of them, but who is the best ever Premier League captain? There have been so many to choose from, but we've managed to narrow it down to four. Now you just have to select number one!
Ah, Manchester City v RB Leipzig... the ultimate clash of two plucky underdogs who fought their way to the top the hard way. Either that or a nation state against a big conglomerate.
Is this the future of football? Who can say, but these two clubs are enjoying the greatest periods of their histories thanks to the change in direction they've taken in recent decades.
Antonio Conte is a Sky TV pundit in Italy these days as he awaits a managerial job after leaving Inter in the summer. And where have his new employers taken him ahead of his first game as a pundit between Liverpool and AC Milan? Why, he's doing a preview from the Cavern Club, of course, made famous for being the venue where The Beatles became popular.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has reached out to Milan's Danish defender Simon Kjaer after the centre-back's quick reactions helped Christian Eriksen after the attacker fell ill during Denmark's Euro 2020 clash with Finland this summer.
Rangers defender Filip Helander will be missing for a while. Steven Gerrard has revealed that the Swede will undergo knee surgery.
Kasper Schmeichel says he's really looking forward to Leicester City's Europa League clash with Napoli on Thursday night. What a night it should be at the King Power Stadium.
Jesse Lingard made the key error late on as Manchester United lost 2-1 to Young Boys on Tuesday night, but manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes the attacking midfielder will learn from the mistake.
Tonight we have a few pearlers of fixtures, but how much is really riding on them when the same teams seem to qualify each season?
Well, the Champions League is set for a few changes, and you're going to 'LOVE' it...
Here's another look at their new third kit, unveiled yesterday...
Inter and Real Madrid meet at San Siro tonight, and if you're asked what they have in common the first thing you're likely to think of is Jose Mourinho.
Liverpool come up against AC Milan tonight at Anfield, so there's obviously lots of talk about 2005 in Istanbul. But what of 2007, when the pair met in the final again and Milan got their revenge thanks to Pippo Inzaghi, Kaka and some indecision from Rafa Benitez?
Leeds United's Pascal Struijk will serve a three-match suspension after the club's appeal against his sending-off for that foul on Liverpool's Harvey Elliott at the weekend was rejected by the FA.
It wasn't all bad news for England in Tuesday's action as Romelu Lukaku scored his first Champions League goal in a Chelsea shirt to lead his side past Zenit St Petersburg.
Manchester United lost a seventh Champions League game in 11 matches under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Jesse Lingard's late error teed up Young Boys for a 2-1 win against the Red Devils' 10 men.
Here's the take of The Sportsman's Joey Mills on United's difficult start to the European campaign.