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The team at Futaa backs its knowledge of football around the globe, so we've sat down and discussed the latest round of fixtures and submitted our picks, after doing a bit of research. Here are the picks for each fixture, as you look to win big!
🏟 Real Madrid vs Shakhtar Donetsk
With the criticism following their limp 1-0 reverse at home to Cadiz on Saturday still ringing in their ears, Real Madrid will hope to produce an instant, positive response in their Champions League Group B opener against Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday.
Los Blancos, who were relatively modest goal scorers last term despite their domestic success, have been a little shy in front of goal again in the early exchanges of the new campaign, hitting the net two or fewer times in four of their first five matches.
- Real Madrid 2-0 Shakhtar Donetsk
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🏟 Bayern vs Atlético Madrid
Following some fine-tuning in the summer market, including the arrival of Leroy Sane and the departure of Thiago Alcantara, Bayern look well equipped to push for honor on multiple fronts again this term, and their return of six wins and 25 goals from their opening seven fixtures in all competitions again highlighted the insane defense-shredding power in the Die Roten ranks.
Hansi Flick’s silverware hungry champions won 17 of their last 18 assignments at the Allianz Arena, and Bayern will expect to start their fresh continental assault with a win against Diego Simeone’s stubborn Atletico side this week.
- Bayern Munich 2-1 Atlético Madrid
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🏟 Inter vs Monchengladbach
With early defensive problems evident, Inter have now seen both teams score in each of their first four fixtures of the new season, while over 2.5 goals rattled the net in three of those matches during the same period.
Marco Rose’s talented young Gladbach outfit lack Champions League experience, though they have the technical gifts and final third threat to stretch Inter’s one-paced looking back three in Italy this week.
- Inter 3-1 Monchengladbach
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🏟 Man City vs Porto
While the Citizens have yet to fully find their groove, they have still averaged a healthy 2.0 goals per 90 minutes so far this season, and with Raheem Sterling in lethal form, Sergio Aguero inching towards full fitness, and Riyad Mahrez’s creative powers looking potent, City should prove too powerful a force for Porto to resist.
Man City have kept just one clean sheet so far this season, however, while their defensive record in the Champions League is also far from impressive. Remarkably, the Citizens conceded in 100% of their last seven assignments in the tournament, and a technically gifted Porto team should find they have opportunities to make an impact on the scoresheet on Wednesday.
- Manchester City 3-1 Porto
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🏟 Olympiacos vs Marseille
The French side has only lost one of their opening seven league matches this season although they've kept just one clean sheet (incidentally, it was away to PSG). Olympiacos has started strongly in the Greek League, winning three of their last four matches, scoring ten goals in the process and conceding just one. This represents a significant step-up in quality though.
- Olympiacos 1-2 Marseille
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🏟 Ajax vs Liverpool
While Ajax’s elimination from the Group Stage of last season’s Champions League was hugely disappointing, it’s worth noting that de Godenzonen were beaten just twice in a six-game sequence that also included wins against Valencia, Lille and a draw versus Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
In total, Ajax were beaten a total of just four times combined in their last two Champions League campaigns, and Erik ten Hag’s side will feel that a favorable set of circumstances could allow them to avoided defeat again on Wednesday.
- Ajax 2-2 Liverpool
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