๐Ÿ† Three things we'll be looking out for in the Champions League tonight
๐Ÿ† Three things we'll be looking out for in the Champions League tonight
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๐Ÿ† Three things we'll be looking out for in the Champions League tonight

The Champions League group standings should gain a lot more clarity after tonight's matchday 4 clashes featuring some of the continent's heavyweights.

Here's what we are keeping our eyes on this evening.

🥅 Look out for goals in Italy

Although City won the reverse fixture 5-1 at home, they are in for a much sterner test in Italy. Atalanta's recent results have been a mixed bag; a 7-1 win at home to Udinese, a creditable 2-2 draw away to Napoli and most recently, a 2-0 loss at home to Cagliari. These two sides both play open, attacking football and that means goals are on the menu. Don't miss it!

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❄️ CR7 and Juventus will take no prisoners in Russia

Lokomotiv Moscow is out of form and out of luck. They've only won once in their last four matches across all competitions, and Juventus is unbeaten all season across all competitions. Worryingly for the hosts, Juve has yet to hit top gear in 2019/2020 and they can only get better. Their last five wins have been by a one-goal margin, so don't expect this to be pretty, but look forward to a typically solid display by a team for which winning has become a habit. 

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🌟 Spurs will have to scrap to win in Belgrade

Despite their hammering away to Tottenham in the reverse fixture, the Serbian side is a completely different proposition on home soil, not only beating Olympiacos 3-1 earlier this season but also losing just once in last year's group stage, drawing 0-0 with Napoli and beating Liverpool 2-0. Red Star is a dogged defensive side and this will be far from easy for Spurs. Mauricio Pochettino is probably dreading the trip. 

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