With less Leipzig even has shot himself dead over the past few days of football, I have a very hard time to see that the Zenit St. Petersburg-defense can keep RB Leipzig down to just one box. In the last week, some of the latter Wolfsburg in the cup and smashed the total of the home team by 6-1.
the Intoxication did not stop here, but continued against Mainz in the weekend's league match, which was lammetævet 8-0. And so one may as well wrinkle your nose at Wolfsburg and Mainz, and say that it's here, after all, is the Champions League, but that angle is taken into account.
Wolfsburg had in last week's pokalkamp conceded five goals in nine league matches and stood still without defeat in the season as such. Including The Europa League! And the 8-0 win is just to rest in one of Europe's biggest leagues.
Their style of play is not to sit back and 'rest' in a lead, if it were to succeed to get ahead and not to play on a draw, and their overfaldsfodbold can get good working conditions here, where the after a 2-1 victory in the first match can let Zenit get, because it is the Zenith, standing of the worst performers in the financial statements. I bet that RB continues målrusen.
It is pouring in with goals in the Interstellar battles in the moment, and actually a lot more than there are in the Dortmund matches. A bet on 'both teams to score' could therefore be straightforward, but it's just not quite so much in the Champions League, to målstrømmen flows freely, and when one looks to the outcome 'both teams to score', for example, had not given the win in Dortmund last 11 matches in this tournament, there is no game value in odds around 1.70 on that outcome.
It seems I, in turn, is in looking at the number of corner kicks. To the away team. Inter are in their first three matches to come, respectively. two, three, and two corner kicks. It is not those who are here have to move forward and create the game, they can rest in the victory at 2-0 from the hjemmekampen, so far makes them the best in the financial statements, and, in turn, makes sure that it is the home team, which needs to be told.
With the above mentioned corner-accounting' for Inter, I find it impressive that one can play a modest number of corners as well in the match, which Inter for pretty nice odds. None of their matches have even featured more than six corner kicks.
I doubt that it will be a målrig the first half, one gets to see in Dortmund. There was a maximum scored once before the break in the Inters last seven CL matches, and also in Dortmund's last 11 CL matches in a row.
Chelsea escaped from Amsterdam with a very impressive 1-0 win in the reverse match, but go through the two showdowns in a row against Ajax with three points? There has been a reasonably large contrast in how successful they have been in this season on away versus at home.
Where you in the first storming of the place with now seven wins in a row, have five home games in the Premier League just thrown two wins by themselves, while their one home match in this group was lost. Something could indicate that they still have the best to act as guests, and also have Ajax in the Champions League.
In all together, how excellent Ajax was in last season's Champions League, and count this and the current season, they are without defeat in 13 away matches in a row. I take the chance on the following, which gives odds of 1.78 in the win at away win or a draw and half the deposit back, if Chelsea win with one excess goal.