Champions League: 3rd November 2015

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Man United v CSKA  (19.45)

Manchester United have drawn their last three competitive matches 0-0 – their longest run since 2005. A 1-1 draw away to CSKA Moscow preceded that run, also. Louis van Gaal admitted he is concerned with his side’s form in front of goal and, worringly, there haven’t been any signs of that changing.

CSKA Moscow, on the other hand, could sense they’ve got a chance of producing a historic result against the Red Devils. Igor Akinfeev has conceded a goal in each of his last 34 UEFA Champions League appearances, qualifying included.

His last clean sheet in the competition came when CSKA drew 0-0 at Arsenal in November 2006 and they will have to improve their defending to get anything here.

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Benfica v Galatasary (19.45)

Galatasaray won their first match in Europe in 11 matches in the reverse fixture a fortnight ago. Alternatively, the defeat was the first for Benfica in the Champions League group stage this season, ruining their 100 per cent record.

Benfica saw their 55-match unbeaten run in the league come to an end at the end of last month and Galatasarary will have to be at their best to get anything from the Estádio da Luz, with Group C still in the balance.

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Sevilla v Man City (19.45)

Sevilla will be out looking for pay-back after they were cruelly denied any points when Kevin de Bruyne scored in stoppage time in the reverse fixture a fortnight ago. The Spanish outfit have been in poor form this season and slipped to their fourth defeat in 10 league games at the weekend.

They have, however, won their last 10 European matches at home and should be confident against a City side that will be without Sergio Aguero and David Silva.
City can qualify for the next stage of the competition with two games in hand should they beat Sevilla and Juventus beat Gladbach in the group’s other fixture.

However, they’ve kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 matches and will need to be better at the back if they are to prevail without Aguero and Silva here.

AWAY WIN – CITY @ 6/4 with BoyleSports

Real Madrid v PSG (19.45)

The reverse fixture between two of the richest clubs in Europe ended in a hugely disappointing 0-0 draw a fortnight ago and fans will be hoping for huge improvements from both sides in the attacking third.

The winner of this clash will qualify for the knockout stages should third placed Malmo fail to take all three points against Shakhtar Donetsk and they will likely go on to top the group, so there is a lot riding on this fixture.

Madrid have won all three home matches in each of the last two group stage campaigns, so PSG will have to upset the odds to record victory here.

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