Champions League preview, where would you put your money?
2015-16 UEFA Champions League day 3.
After a few weeks absence and the international break, the king European competition is back for another thrilling Tuesday and Wednesday. Some teams could virtually set their path through the Round of 16 while others could face an early elimination.. It would not be easy to bet on teams this time around but it makes it even more exciting. Play 320+ online casino games have all the best predictions for the big coming games. Here is what you need to know and what the actors think:
Arsenal – Bayern Munich.
Despite being in a good form in the Barclays Premier League, Arsenal have had a terrible start in the UCL with two defeats.. Now it’s the might Bayern Munich who is presenting… a result other than a victory will likely condemn Arsenal to be out of the Round of 16! Odds are in favour of the Germans judging the form of Bayern Munich and Lewandowski.
Coach Wenger gives us some comments.. “We have some ground to make up in Europe as we have not been at our requested level in our first two games. Our focus has been much stronger in the Premier League than it has been in Europe and we know in this game the focus needs to be exactly the same than in the in Premier League.”
Let’s take the positives of our Premier League [form] and as well get the right focus that you get when you play a big opponent.”
Dynamo Kiev- Chelsea
Mourinho talks about keeping the winning cycle...’We don’t think about where we are in relation to the top of the Premier League table, or how many points to the top of our Champions League group.
‘It is important to improve results and at the same time we do that, we improve our game and our confidence. We know how football is.’ Chelsea should come with the win if they play better than in Porto… who knows?
PSG – Real Madrid or call it the BIG game!
Two of the best talented teams in the world will face in Paris for the most exciting game of the week. Odds are slightly in favour of PSG because they play at home.
Ibrahimovic on the coming game: “Wednesday’s match against Real Madrid will be completely different. We’ll be playing at home, against one of the best teams in the world, It will be nice. Now we can focus on that match – we’re ready.”
Isco comments on the coming clash in Paris: “They are one of the most complete sides in the competition and have great players. Fast, strong players who can determine the outcome of games. We are going to play two extremely tough encounters against them, the results of which will be decided on the smallest of details when a mistake is made by one of the teams. That is where we will need to be strong”.
“We have to continue playing as we have been up until now, as we’re scoring lots of goals and conceding very few. The key is staying on this track, remaining compact, solid at the back and making the most of our power up front”.