Barcelona’s 4-0 win at Apoel and Chelsea thumping Schalke 5-0 in Germany have already helped ensure the most productive night for away victories in the Champions League this season, where four successes occurred from the eight matches.
We are expecting more of the same in the second batch of gameweek five action.
Juventus and Real Madrid are among the clubs on the road and sticking this pair in a fourfold with Liverpool winning in Bulgaria and Leverkusen hosting Monaco looks a profitable payday.
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Basel are yet to concede at home in the Champions League this season, but shutting up shop will be exceedingly tough against a Real Madrid side that are deadly on the counter attack and have netted 20 times across their last five away outings.
Is it very tough to back against a team of Real Madrid’s stature that has won 14 successive games too, 12 of which that have been by more than a margin of one goal.
Juventus have also found their shooting boots in the past month, with 15 goals scored across their four fixtures so far in November. This could be significant as they have failed to convert an away goal in Group A thus far.
They travel to a Malmo side that have triumphed in just one of their last seven league and cup games in the 90 minutes. Furthermore, the Old Lady completely dominated earlier in the group in Turin.
Liverpool are the third away side to feature in this enhanced multiple and on paper look the riskiest inclusion, based on some indifferent recent form, losing all four games in November.
Ludogorets have been better than expected in the Champions League, especially at home. But there are reasons to believe their results don’t tell the whole story.
They needed until injury time to beat a Basel side that had played 72 minutes with ten men last time and lost 2-1 to a Real Madrid team that rested Karim Benzema, James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos. Cristiano Ronaldo also missed a penalty.
Liverpool need a win here to keep alive chances of progressing and if there is to be a game where they show the energy and enthusiasm synonymous with last season, this will be it.
Finally, Leverkusen are unbeaten at home since March and entertain a Monaco team without a win in four and scorers of only one goal so far in Group C.