The action in the Champions League groups continues, with Tuesday’s schedule hosting the contests of the competition’s most lopsided group.
Paris Saint-Germain with six, Dortmund and Newcastle with four and Milan with two points are fighting hard for qualification in Group F, with the chances changing from match to match.
At 19:45 at Signal Iduna Park, the Dortmund-Newcastle cross is scheduled. The Westphalians went to England with their backs against the wall, but achieved a huge “double”, with Enmetsa scoring the only goal of the match in the 45th minute.
Three points that keep Dortmund alive in the qualification zone. Terzic’s side, however, had their eight-match unbeaten run snapped at 0-4 by Bayern Munich, are -7 off the top of the Bundesliga and are not in the best of spirits ahead of the Magpies.
On the other hand, Newcastle’s reaction was impressive. Not so much in the 2-2 away draw with Wolves, but with the two wins that followed. One at Old Trafford with the surprising 3-0 win over Manchester United for the Carabao Cup and another in the 1-0 win over Arsenal, which they forced into their first defeat in the league this year. In the 6th place of the Premier League, Newcastle, at -4 from the top four, which is also their main goal.
Duranville, Meunier and Moray the absences of Dortmund. Barnes, Boatman, Issac, Tonally the major problems of Newcastle. Game with the characteristics of a final in Westphalia, as the loser will hardly recover afterwards. The combined bet Goal/Goal & Gordon to score at odds of 4.35 on Stoiximan’s Bet Builder.
At 22:00 at the San Siro, Milan welcomes Paris Saint-Germain. The Pioli side are still looking for their first treble in Group F. After the two runs 0-0 against Newcastle and Dortmund, the Rossoneri were beaten 3-0 by Paris Saint-Germain in France.
The fact that in three matches of the group they have not yet managed to find a net is worrying! However, they maintain hopes of qualification, as their distance from the 2nd place is only two points. With the character of a final for Milan, the 90 minutes against Mbappe’s company, as in case of a negative result it will be difficult to recover.
However, the timing is bad, as it counts one draw and three defeats in its four most recent games, with the last 0-1 against Udinese. A result that left her at -6 from the Serie A leader, Inter.
Paris Saint-Germain lead the race to the top of Group F. They beat Dortmund in the opener, lost a heavy 4-1 to Newcastle afterwards and responded with a relatively comfortable 3-0 win over AC Milan.
He has a lead, however he has to be careful as the group is very closed and balances change easily. However, Enrique’s team is in very good shape, with five consecutive victories in France and Europe. It is characteristic that in all the five three-pointers he got, he scored three goals in each match.
It climbed to 2nd place in Ligue 1, +1 from Monaco and -1 from this year’s impressive Nice. The roster is full of options, making it easier to manage consecutive demanding matchups.
There are many and important absences in both camps. Milan have no room for another loss, Paris is partially comfortable even with the draw. The combination bet X & Goal/Goal at 4.20 by Stoiximan.
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