Manchester City were always likely to ease through Group G, and so it panned out on matchday one in Southern Spain.
Last Tuesday, the Citizens hammered Sevilla 4-0 at Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán with, who else, Erling Braut Håland bagging a brace.
Phil Foden’s reverse finish and then Rúben Dias’s tap-in securing an emphatic victory.
At home, Man City are unbeaten in 11 Champions League group games, winning ten, and it would be a major surprise if that streak was ended here.
Borussia Dortmund do also have three points on the board following their 3-0 victory over København on matchday one.
Marco Reus, Raphaël Guerreiro and Jude Bellingham the scorers at Westfalenstadion.
However, in the Bundesliga this season, Edin Terzić's team have been pure chaos.
Last month, they lost 3-2 to Werder Bremen, despite leading 2-0 with 89 minutes played and, on Saturday, die Schwarzgelben were hammered 3-0 by RB Leipzig.
Anything other than a heavy home win in Manchester would be a massive surprise.