Preview MD2 - Group D: Al Ain FC (UAE) vs Al Nassr (KSA)
Al Ain: Still reeling from their opening day hammering at the hands of Sepahan, UAE’s Al Ain have a fresh challenge at home as they welcome Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr to the Hazza bin Zayed Stadium on Tuesday.
The 2002-03 AFC Champions League winners were at the receiving end of their heaviest home defeat in the competition, losing 4-0 to Sepahan on Matchday One.
Al Nassr, meanwhile, collected their first point with a 2-2 home draw against Al Sadd last week.
Kuala Lumpur: Hot on the heels of the first round of fixtures, the 2020 AFC Champions League returns this week with 13 matches being played across nine countries between Monday and Wednesday.
As ever, there are plenty of talking points ahead of the week's action, with an Asian powerhouse trying to halt a miserable run, an Australian debutant kicking off their first AFC Champions League campaign and chances to build on positive starts in Japan and Uzbekistan among our five things to look out for.
Preview MD2 - Group C: Al Taawoun FC (KSA) vs Al Duhail SC (QAT)
Buraidah: The King Abdullah Sport City Stadium in Buraidah hosts AFC Champions League football for the first time in three years as home side Al Taawoun FC welcome Qatari powerhouse Al Duhail SC on Matchday Two of Group C on Tuesday.
The Saudis had the perfect start to their continental campaign with Faisal Darwish’s free-kick earning them a 1-0 victory over Sharjah last week.
Meanwhile, Al Duhail presented their credentials with a solid 2-0 home win against Persepolis FC.
Preview MD2 - Group E: Chiangrai United (THA) vs Beijing FC (CHN)
Chiang Rai: Thai champions Chiangrai United will host Beijing FC in the first-ever AFC Champions League home tie at The Power of Chiangrai Stadium on Tuesday.
After a narrow 1-0 loss away to Melbourne Victory in their debut in the 2020 AFC Champions League, Chiangrai United are set to appear in the home debut when China's Beijing FC journey to northern Thailand.