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UEFA Champions League Predictions and kick off time.

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UEFA Champions League Predictions and kick off time.

UEFA Champions League kicks off this week, with eight games on Tuesday and eight more on Wednesday.
As usual, there are plenty of intriguing matchups, including Liverpool vs. Atletico Madrid, Manchester United vs. Atalanta, and Ajax vs. Borussia Dortmund.
After this week’s games, the 32 remaining clubs will be halfway through the group stage, with just nine points available until the knockout stage.

Club Brugge vs. Manchester City

Time: Tuesday, 5:45 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Despite Brugge’s stunning 2-1 win over RB Leipzig, masterminding a win over Guardiola’s side may be too much for Clement.
Brugge’s resistance will be broken in a comfortable manner by City.
Club Brugge 0 Manchester City 3 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: A different level for Guardiola’s club, which is more than a favorite for this round of the Champions League; especially after the loss in Paris.
Club Brugge 0 Manchester City 3 is my pick.

Echegaray, Luis Miguel:This doesn’t have to be a long one.
Brugge’s loss to RB Leipzig, rather than their triumph over PSG, provided us a better idea of what they’ll be like in the competition.
City will be looking to avenge their setback against the French squad, and it all starts here.
Club Brugge 0 Manchester City 2 is my pick.

Johnson, Jonathan: This Belgian team will put Pep Guardiola’s players to the test in a way that few predict.
Club Brugge 1, Manchester City 2 is my pick.

James Benge: Brugge have shown that they are a force to be reckoned with, but Manchester City are a step up in collective quality from the opposition they have played thus far.
Pep Guardiola’s team may struggle to win this game based on previous results, but they should earn the win they deserve.
Club Brugge 0 Manchester City 2 is my pick.

Roger Gonzalez: In Brugge, City show PSG how it’s done with a resounding victory due to Kevin De Bruyne.
Club Brugge 0 Manchester City 3 is my pick.

Mike L. Goodman: City are still one of the top teams in the world, if not the best.
Brugge has shown to be a formidable opponent, but City will not be taken off guard as RB Leipzig and PSG were.
Club Brugge 0 Manchester City 2 is my pick.

Besiktas vs. Sporting

Time: Tuesday, 5:45 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Both clubs will be keen to win, since they have yet to get a point in games against Ajax and Borussia Dortmund.
In the final third, any side is a threat and may cause major defensive issues for the other.
The visitors, on the other hand, will edge over the host team.
Sporting 2 vs. Besiktas 1

Fabrizio Romano: The Portuguese’s talent may make a difference, but it’s a pretty even game.
It’s possible that it’ll finish in a tie.
Sporting 1 vs. Besiktas 1

Luis Miguel Echegaray: Two clubs, each with two losses, have combined for two goals in the group stage thus far.
In these situations, I see nothing but a deadlock.
Besiktas 0 vs Sporting 0

Jonathan Johnson picks the hosts to win the Group C match between these two winless teams.
Besiktas 1 vs sporting 0

Benge, James:The Turkish champions have struggled in Turkey recently and have been unimpressive in the Champions League, whilst Sporting appears to be a competent squad.
This is a pivotal encounter for both teams, but solely in the Europa League race.
Sporting 2 vs. Besiktas 1

Roger Gonzalez: Two clubs that haven’t showed much against stronger opponents thus far.
Both attackers have struggled, so I prefer the draw.
Sporting 1 vs. Besiktas 1

Mike L. Goodman: I’m Mike L. Goodman, and I’m
Sporting are the superior squad, but traveling to Istanbul is always a challenge.
Because these two teams are likely vying for third place in Group C and a berth in the Europa League, a draw will suffice for Sporting.
Pick: Sportin 0,vs Besiktas 0

Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Real Madrid

Time: Tuesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Shakhtar Donetsk are more than capable of achieving a positive result, but Real Madrid’s brilliance will show through to secure a crucial three points.
Shakhtar Donetsk 0 Real Madrid 1 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: Shakhtar Donetsk play fantastic football, but Karim Benzema is in exceptional form, and Real must win.
Shakhtar Donetsk 0 Real Madrid 2 is my pick.

Echegaray, Luis Miguel: This one will be close, but Shakhtar will take heart from their 0-0 draw with Inter Milan.
We’re not going to see Real Madrid fall to the Ukrainians again, are we?
Especially after Sheriff’s historic defeat?
No.
Real Madrid corrects the situation.
Shakhtar Donetsk 1, Real Madrid 3 are my picks.

Jonathan Johnson: For the Spanish giants, it will be a simple victory.
Shakhtar Donetsk 0 Real Madrid 2 is my pick.

PSG vs. RB Leipzig

Time: Tuesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen:This PSG team will not need a second invitation to wreak havoc on Leipzig.
Mauricio Pochettino’s team will finish the job.
PSG 2, RB Leipzig 0 are my picks.

Fabrizio Romano: It will not be a comfortable or easy match, but PSG have far too many options to lose.
PSG 2, RB Leipzig 1 is my pick.

Luis Miguel Echegaray: Part of me expects a surprise here, given that Jesse Marsch needs something, anything, to get the tournament going.
PSG, on the other hand, may be too much, especially if Nkunku is out.
Pick: PSG 3, RB Leipzig 1.

Jonathan Johnson: With their best players up against a desperate German side, Mauricio Pochettino’s side will accomplish just enough.
PSG 2, RB Leipzig 1 is my pick.

James Benge: PSG’s big three are starting to resemble Steve Nash of the Los Angeles Lakers, a club that may be better off (sacrilege as it is to suggest it) if some star power were removed.
If they keep sneaking games in disappointing way, they’re certain to make a mistake sooner or later.
PSG vs. RB Leipzig, 1-1.

Roger Gonzalez: Jesse Marsch is in big trouble after this one, as Lionel Messi and co. blast the doors off of them.
PSG 4, RB Leipzig 1 is my pick.

Michael L. Goodman:This season, the French superteam has had a considerably more mortal start.
Leipzig’s defense, meanwhile, has struggled to gel under new American manager Jesse Marsch.
It may be precisely the type of thing Messi and company need to get them going.
RB Leipzig 3, PSG 2

Atletico Madrid vs. Liverpool

Time: Tuesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Jurgen Klopp is fired up, according to Thomas Rongen.
As Diego Simeone is forced to reorganise his backline, attacking spear can exploit their hosts’ defensive flaws.
This should aid the Reds to another European victory.
Atletico Madrid 1, Liverpool 2 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: A fantastic encounter at Wanda Metropolitano, prepared for great intensity and a variety of strategies, which might finish in a tie.
Atletico Madrid 1, Liverpool 1 is my pick.

Echegaray, Luis Miguel:
To me, Liverpool is the finest team in Europe right now, and Mohamed Salah is the best player on the continent, and dare I say, the world.
Atletico will need all of their guns to be firing, notably former Red Luis Suarez.
Two extremely good teams with very similar mentalities cancel each other out.
Atletico Madrid 2, Liverpool 2 is my pick.

Johnson, Jonathan: This one will be heated and will finally end all square.
Atletico Madrid 1, Liverpool 1 is my pick.

Mike L. Goodman: Liverpool is currently at the pinnacle of their capabilities.
Despite winning La Liga last season, Atleti has been in poor form this season, despite sitting comfortably in second place in Group B. Atletico Madrid 0 Liverpool 2 is my pick.

Inter Milan vs. Sheriff

Time: Tuesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Sheriff have been great in the competition this season, but they may fall just short in this match. Thomas Rongen: Sheriff have been terrific in the competition this season, but they may fall just short in this match.
Inter will be keen to get their Champions League campaign back on track after two disappointing defeats, and a win will cement their position.
Inter Milan 3, Sheriff 1 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: Inter have struggled to score in the Champions League, but all they need is a win, and the options are limitless. Inter Milan 1, Sheriff 0.

Jonathan Johnson: The Italians will wait until the last possible moment to leapfrog the minnows.
Inter Milan 1, Sheriff 0.

James Benge: Inter have looked defensively weak recently, giving opponents shots for a combined 9.3 anticipated goals in their previous five games, and Sheriff have the type of counterattacking weaponry to punish any mistakes at the back.
The Moldovan champions may have required a large slice of luck to beat Real Madrid last time around, but they do have a solid defense.
This may be the turning point in their progression to the knockout stages.
Inter Milan 1 vs. Sheriff 1

Ajax vs. Borussia Dortmund

Time: Tuesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Ajax’s home advantage and plenty of offensive alternatives can help them expose their visitors’ defensive flaws.
Dortmund undoubtedly poses a breakaway danger, but they may be caught off guard when driving forward and may be picked off in wide areas by the hosts.
Ajax 2 vs. Borussia Dortmund 1

Fabrizio Romano: Ajax are improving, but Anthony may not be enough against a Borussia Dortmund team that is becoming increasingly convincing in the Champions League.
Ajax 1, Borussia Dortmund 2 is my pick.

Gonzalez, Roger: A chance to be the game of the day, anticipate each to score many goals.
A draw, on the other hand, seems fair given that spectators get to watch so many of the game’s finest young attackers.
Ajax 2 vs. Borussia Dortmund 2

Mike L. Goodman: Dortmund has a lot of youthful potential, but Ajax has begun the European season like they’re one of the top teams in the world.
Domestically, they boast a +30 goal differential after 9 games, while in the Champions League, they have swatted away Sporting and Besiktas like flies.
Ajax 3, Borussia Dortmund 1 is my pick.

Porto vs. AC Milan

Time: Tuesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: After being thrashed 5-1 by Liverpool last time out, expect an injury-plagued Rossoneri – fresh off a thrilling win over Verona – to do enough to earn a point at the Estadio do Dragao.
Porto 0 vs. AC Milan 1

Fabrizio Romano: AC Milan are missing many key players (Theo Hernandez, Ante Rebic, and Mike Maignan), and Porto are a very good team when they play at Dragao.
There’s a good probability of a tie.
Porto 1, AC Milan 1 is my pick.

Gonzalez, Roger:Milan are in a fantastic position to win their first UCL match of the season after a weekend comeback against Verona.
Expect Zlatan Ibrahimovic to score.
Porto 1, AC Milan 3 is my pick.

Michael L. Goodman: Milan has had some bad luck in the Champions League this season, but they now sit second in Serie A, having only surrendered seven goals all season.
Expect the defense to remain strong in this game.
Porto 0 – AC Milan 1.

Red Bull Salzburg vs. Wolfsburg

Time: Wednesday, 5:45 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen:Wolfsburg are not overconfident and cannot expect to blast their hosts away, but Van Bommel’s side can take advantage of Salzburg’s injury issues and youthful character to break their slump and rip Group G wide open.
Red Bull Salzburg 1, Wolfsburg 2 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: A lot of balance, tremendous rhythms, and a match in Salzburg that might end in a tie.
Keep an eye out for Adeyemi, a real talent.
Red Bull Salzburg 1, Wolfsburg 1 is my pick.

Brenden Aaronson provides the winning assist in Austria, according to Roger Gonzalez.
Red Bull Salzburg 2, Wolfsburg 1 is my pick.

Mike L. Goodman: Wolfsburg’s defensive and occasionally counterattacking strategy is enough to win them a drab draw on the road, just as they intend.
Red Bull Salzburg 0 – Wolfsburg 0

Barcelona vs. Dynamo Kiev

Time: Wednesday, 5:45 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Ronald Koeman’s troubles remain, but the Dutchman’s team enters this match on a high after defeating Valencia and can continue their fine run against Dynamo with a professional effort.
Barcelona 2, Dynamo Kiev 1 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: Barça’s tranquility appears to have returned, and the first victory of these Champions League group stages may be on the way.
Barcelona 2, Dynamo Kiev 0 is my pick.

Luis Miguel Echegaray: Barcelona is slowly, very slowly, getting back on track, and with the return of crucial players like Ansu Fati and Sergio Aguero, Ronald Koeman may finally relax a little bit.
More significantly, they NEED to win today or otherwise the knockout stage will be a pipe dream.
They’ll get it in a big way.
Barcelona 3, Dynamo Kiev 0 is my pick.

Ronald Koeman’s men will hardly get off the ground at Camp Nou, according to Jonathan Johnson.
Barcelona 2, Dynamo Kiev 1 is my pick.

Lille vs. Sevilla

Time: Wednesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Fabrizio Romano: Julen Lopetegui’s strikers are really good, and they can make a big impact.
Prediction: Lille 1, Sevilla 3.

Luis Miguel Echegaray: Sevilla goes about their business calmly, but they have yet to win a game in the competition.
Lille are only a point behind, but I believe the Spanish team has superior weaponry.
A razor-thin win.
Pick: Lille 0 vs. Sevilla 1.

Jonathan Johnson: More agony for the French champions as i pick Lille 0 vs. Sevilla 2

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Manchester United vs. Atalanta

Time: Wednesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: In the defeat to Leicester, Solskjaer’s team struggled at the defence, and Atalanta may have rediscovered their rhythm, but the home side will have the Old Trafford crowd behind them and know that they cannot afford to lose this game, so anticipate a high-scoring tie.
Manchester United 3 vs. Atalanta 3

Fabrizio Romano: Atalanta is brave on all fields, but Manchester has something special in their singles: Cristiano, of course.
Manchester United 2, Atalanta 1 is my pick.

Echegaray, Luis Miguel: I’m going to be blunt and direct here.
This has the potential to be a major shitshow for both good and bad thinking.
United’s defense is a shambles, and they haven’t kept a clean sheet since August 29.
Atalanta leads the group but has struggled in Serie A.
This can only imply one thing: a lot of goals with a tight United victory, because the Red Devils are desperate for a win after losing 4-2 to Leicester City.
Atalanta 2, Manchester United 3

Jonathan Johnson: With a narrow away win, this Italian team will pile further pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United -1, Atalanta -2

Zenit vs. Juventus

Time: Wednesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Fabrizio Romano: These are Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri’s specialties: he seldom makes a mistake, and Dybala is back and may score.
Zenit 0 Juventus 2 is my pick.

Max Allegri has Juventus back on track with six consecutive victories in all competitions. Luis Miguel Echegaray: Max Allegri has Juventus back on track with six straight wins in all competitions.
This continues against a Zenit team who has lost their last two games going into this one.
Zenit 0 Juventus 2 is my pick.

Jonathan Johnson: Massimiliano Allegri’s team will continue to develop and win points in Russia.
Zenit 0 Juventus 1 is my pick.

Benfica vs. Bayern Munich

Time: Wednesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Bayern Munich has a significant edge in the two teams’ eight head-to-head meetings, having won five and drawn three.
The Bundesliga giants are in excellent form and will easily take all three points.
Benfica 1, Bayern Munich 3 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano:
It has the potential to be one of the games with the most goals in this round. Bayern, while being two extremely good offensive teams, is nevertheless on a different level.
Benfica 2, Bayern Munich 4

Chelsea vs. Malmo

Time: Wednesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Chelsea will be ready to make it three wins in a row at home against a Malmo team that has looked out of their depth in this year’s Champions League so far, and it may just come down to how many goals the Blues can score.
Chelsea 4, Malmo 1 is my pick.

Fabrizio Romano: In a group like Chelsea’s, you can’t go wrong with this match, which is why Tuchel will prepare it for a comfortable win.
Chelsea 3, Malmo 0 is my pick.

Luis Miguel Echegaray: Chelsea, the masters of traditional triumphs, picks up another against Malmo.
They’ll be able to complete the task at home with ease.
Pick: Chelsea 2, Malmo 0

Young Boys vs. Villarreal

Time: Wednesday, 8:00 pm (GMT+1)

Thomas Rongen: Villarreal may not be in the greatest of form right now, but they have only lost once in their last five away games.
Young Boys will put them to the test, and they have been good at home, but Unai Emery’s team should be able to hold on for another draw.
Pick: Villarreal 1, Young Boys 1.

Fabrizio Romano: We’ll have to put up with the Spaniards, but they’re still the favorites in this match.
Arnaut Danjuma is in fantastic shape.
Villarreal 2, Young Boys 1

Luis Miguel Echegaray: If Young Boys win and Atalanta loses or draws, the Swiss side would win Group F, but Villarreal, who are now in last place, are eager for a win.
A controversial draw is on the cards.
Choose between Young Boys and Villarreal.

Jonathan Johnson: Unai Emery’s Europa League champions will have a difficult test in Switzerland, where they will finish equal.
Pick: Villarreal 1, Young Boys 1.

 

 

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