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UCL Fantasy Football Differential Picks: Matchday 3

Do you want to separate yourself from the crowd? Get a differential to help you gain quick ranks on a wildcard? We look at UCL Fantasy differentials for this week who could give your team a big boost if they don’t miss the target:



Anthony Martial Vs İstanbul Başakşehir (A)

Manchester United absolutely dominated the Ex-Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig last week with a scoreline of 5-0. Martial scored a penalty and teed up Rashford for the final goal. Now they go up against Istanbul who aren’t close to being as good as Leipzig. If you expect United to score a few goals again then you can expect Martial to be involved.


Moise Kean Vs RB Leipzig (A)

Kean returned to former team PSG on loan from Everton this summer and it is starting to feel like home for him. He has already scored 4 goals this season including both the goals in a 0-2 win against Istanbul last week. The absence of Neymar and Mbappe means he will lead the line against Leipzig who went from being unbeaten to losing 2 games in a row.




Ferran Torres Vs Olympiacos (H)

Torres is another youngster who is making his mark in the champions league. He has scored in both the champions league games so far and is well poised to keep the streak going while filing in at #9 for the absent Aguero and Jesus.




Carlos Acuña Vs Krasnodar (H)

Sevilla are a strong team defensively they have proved it by keeping a clean sheet in both games so far. Now they play Krasnodar back-to-back and got a more than good chance to keep a cleans heet in both games.


Danilo Vs Ferencvárosi (A)

Juventus got dream fixtures coming up as they play Ferencvárosi back-to-back and then Dynamo Kyiv at home. After the loss to Barcelona at home, they will be looking for 9 out of 9 points in this run.



Neto Vs Dynamo Kyiv (H)

It surprises me that he is only owned by 5% so far but I expect that to change soon as Barcelona play Kyiv that will be missing many key first-team players over the next few weeks due to illness and they play Barcelona twice.


Differential XI MD3

You can find additional fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UCL Fantasy Player Rankings: Matchday 3

Matchday 2 of UCL had it’s surprise results but as we are on the verge of beginning with the next matchday, we keep getting more surprises in terms of players being ruled out due to illness. First, it was Dynamo Kyiv and then Ajax. So there might be more surprise results in store this week. Here are our UCL Fantasy Player Rankings for the week:



1Cristiano RonaldoJuventus@Ferencvárosi12MWhat could be better for the top goal scorer in UCL history than to announce his return against a team that has conceded the most goals (7) over 2 games?
2Lionel MessiBarcelonaVs Dynamo Kyiv12.1MKyiv will be missing 9 players including some key players in defense due to the virus. This game could be heavily one-sided with Messi making quick work of them.
3Robert LewandowskiBayern Munich@RB Salzburg12MSalzburg's attacking mindset is bound to create some chances for Lewandowski. They have conceded 2 goals in each of their games already.
4Lassina TraoreAjax@Midtjylland5MMissing so many players for the game is a big concern but this is still one of the easiest games on paper.
5Duvan ZappataAtalantaVs Liverpool9.6M
6Erling Braut HålandBVB@Club Brugge11M
7Karim BenzemaReal MadridVs Inter Milan10.5MBenzema is in incredible form right now scoring 3 and assisting 2 in his last 2 games. Still owned by just 4%.
8Timo WernerChelseaVs Rennes10.5M
9Luis SuarezAtletico Madrid@Lokomotiv Moscow10M
10Luuk De JongSevillaVs Krasnodar 8M



1Raheem SterlingManchester CityVs Olympiacos 10.5MSterling has been the biggest beneficiary of the absence of Aguero and Jesus as they look to make it 3 in 3 wins.
2Ansu FatiBarcelonaVs Dynamo Kyiv8.2MAge is just a number for this goal-scoring machine who already has 5 goals this season. That and he is one of the only midfielders worth considering from Barcelona against a weak Dynamo side.
3Marcus RashfordManchester United@İstanbul Başakşehir9MHe leads in goals scored, attempts and Istanbul are one of the teams with most attempts conceded.
4Joao FelixAtletico Madrid@Lokomotiv Moscow9M
5Kevin De BruyneManchester CityVs Olympiacos11.5M
6Mohamed SalahLiverpool@Atalanta11.5M
7Angel Di MariaPSG@RB Leipzig9MThese teams last met in the UCL semis last season where PSG won 0-3 and Di Maria was involved in all goals.
8Hakim ZiyechChelseaVs Rennes9M
9Leroy SaneBayern Munich@RB Salzburg9.5M
10Jadon SanchoBorussia Dortmund@Club Brugge8M



1Joshua KimmichBayern Munich@RB Salzburg6.5MWho doesn't love a OOP defender against a team with a fragile defense in a game where goals are expected?
2Sergi RobertoBarcelonaVs Dynamo Kyiv5.5M
3Kyle WalkerManchester CityVs Olympiacos5.5MCity are dominating their group and I don't think anything else can be expected in the next game.
4Nicolas TagliaficoAjax@Midtjylland5M
5DaniloJuventus@Ferencvárosi5MFerencvárosi might've scored in both games so far but the Juventus defense is much better than what they have faced.
6PepePortoVs Marseille5MMarseille is 1 of 3 teams yet to score.
7Marcos AcuñaSevillaVs Krasnodar5M
8Renan LodiAtletico Madrid@Lokomotiv Moscow5M
9Reece JamesChelseaVs Rennes5M
10Luke ShawManchester United@İstanbul Başakşehir5M



1NetoBarcelonaVs Dynamo Kyiv5MIf you kept a cleansheet against Juventus then a injury-hit Dynamo Kyiv shouldn't be a problem right?
2Wojciech SzczęsnyJuventus@Ferencvárosi5.5M
3Jan OblakAtletico Madrid@Lokomotiv Moscow6M
4EdersonManchester City@Marseille6M
5Edouard MendyChelseaVs Rennes5MHe is the top scoring goalkeeper over 2 games and looks like the final piece Chelsea were missing in their defense.

You can find additional UCL Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UCL Fantasy Captain Picks: Matchday 3

Last week was a good one for captains as the most popular picks at least got a goal or an assist. But this week we look at some big names and some gems who could go big and give you big returns for your captain’s armband. These are our UCL Fantasy Captain Picks for matchday 3:

UCL Fantasy Captains for Matchday 3


Robert Lewandowski Vs RB Salzburg (A)

It is rare for him to not score in a game let alone go through a goal drought in UCL. Now It’s only time before he scores because he is in the form of his life in the Bundesliga. Scoring 10 goals in 5 games with 2 hattricks while being the quickest to do so. He is also tied second for assists with 3. This week he goes up against RB Salzburg who play attacking football and always leave some opportunities for the opponents on the other end of the pitch. He was rested for the game against Koln over the weekend and while that might’ve been bad news for my Bundesliga Fantasy team, he should be roaring to go in this game and will be a popular captain pick this week.


Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Ferencvárosi TC (A)

The top goal scorer in UCL history, he will be making his much-awaited season debut in the tournament this week against Hungarian side Ferencvárosi. They have conceded the most goals over 2 games with 7 goals. Ronaldo showed the team what they were missing by scoring 2 goals off the bench in the victory against Spezia over the weekend. He will be the most important player on the team now and they should cruise through easily this week while scoring a few goals.


Lionel Messi Vs Dynamo Kyiv (H)

The man who is trailing Ronaldo for most goals in the champions league at 2nd, he has made a good start to the tournament scoring 2 goals and assisting 1 in 2 games while being one of the top scorers in fantasy. Dynamo travels to Barcelona with a short-handed team with as many as 4 or more absentees in the team that drew against Ferencvárosi last week. Most of them being key players in defence. This game is set up to be a good one for Barcelona and Messi.


Differential Captains


Joao Felix Vs Lokomotiv Moscow (A)

Many people have questioned the golden boy’s performances in relation to his price tag but he is proving them wrong with his recent performances. He is one of the most dangerous players in the team and is enjoying a good run of form where he has scored 4 goals in 2 games. Lokomotiv is a good game to keep that run going.


Lassina Traore Vs Midtjylland (A)

He has been in the spotlight ever since his 5 goal and 3 assist antics against VVV and scored a goal and won a penalty in the last UCL game against Atalanta. Midtjylland is a good game to guarantee your team some fantasy points and Traore could go big against them. It gets even better when these teams meet again in the next matchday. He is definitely one to watch.


Note: A Covid outbreak has been declared in Ajax but Traore wasn’t affected so he travels to Denmark.

You can find additional fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UCL Fantasy Must-Have and Differentials From Each Team: Matchday 2

UCL Fantasy is back for matchday 2 after some one-sided wins and some surprises such as Real Madrid, Dortmund and PSG losing in Matchday 1. This week kicks off with Lokomotiv Moscow against Bayern Munich on 27th October.
These are our must-have and differential picks from each team:

Lokomotiv Moscow Vs Bayern Munich


Lokomotiv Moscow:

Anton Miranchuk (5M/0%/MID): Anton offers stability in the midfield and is on set-piece duties and penalties. While Bayern is certainly a tough match, playing at home might just give an edge if Bayern makes a dangerous foul.


Bayern Munich:


Must-have: Robert Lewandowski (12M/50%/FWD): Everything is clear when it comes to Lewy, 10 goals in 5 Bundesliga matches are very promising, it’s just a matter of time before he translates it to UCL too and this might just be the match.

Differential: Lucas Hernandez (5M/1%/DEF): With the absence of Davies due to his injury, Lucas should take his place at left-back and considering his price tag and a high clean sheet probability, he’s definitely a great asset for this matchday.


Shakhtar Donetsk Vs Inter Milan 


Shakhtar Donetsk:

Tete (5M/4%/MID): After his eye-catching performance vs Real Madrid, Tete will surely be in many #UCLFantasy teams this week and rightfully so, despite the matchup vs Inter. The fast winger can both create and gets into many goalscoring chances so he might be a tasty option.

Differential: Manor Solomon (5.5M/1%/MID): The Israeli Shakhtar left-winger is another one of our differentials as he’s been involved in a goal every 141 minutes this season.


Inter Milan:

Must-have: Lukaku (11M/7%/FWD): The prominent Belgian striker has proven that he’s still got it this season netting 7 times in 6 matches combined in Serie A and Champions League. His fairly low ownership might be justified by his price, but it’s certainly a good time to check him out.

Differential: Barella (7M/1%/MID): Often involved in chances with a decent potential of ball recoveries, Barella offers both for an understandable price tag.

Olympique de Marseille Vs Manchester City


Olympique Marseille:


Must have/Differential: Mickael Cuisance (5.5M/0%/MID): At 0%, Cuisance is a really attractive option if he plays as a number 10 and given the low interest in Marseille players which is understandable given their opponents, he might give you an edge if things go Marseille’s way.


Manchester City:

Must have:
Kevin De Bruyne (11.5M/3%/MID): De Bruyne is finally back and Guardiola can rest assured knowing KDB will do his best to continue his world-class form.

Differential: Ferran Torres (7.5M/0%/MID): Torres should start this weekend and given his previous form in the competition it would be hard to ignore his potential in this game.

Liverpool Vs FC Midtjylland 



Must have:
Andrew Robertson (6.5M/12%/DEF): Robertson is a well-known face in the competition and he’s facing one of the weakest teams in the competition, talk about an assist potential.
Differential: Diogo Jota (7.5M/1%/MID): Jota is set to get his first start as a Liverpool player and so far he made the most out of his Liverpool minutes.


FC Midtjylland:

Must have/Differential:
Anders Dreyer (6M/0%/FWD): 3 goals and 2 assists in 5 Danish league appearances really make Dreyer a hot option against rotated Liverpool squad and he managed to notch 3 points despite his team losing in MD1.

Borussia Mönchengladbach Vs Real Madrid 


Borussia Mönchengladbach:

Must have/Differential:
Jonas Hofmann (7M/0%/MID): Hofmann has been in hot form this season in both Bundesliga and Champions League and given the fact that he wasn’t starting in the weekend game against Mainz, he might offer freshness and continue his involvement streak.


Real Madrid:

Must have:
Karim Benzema (10.5M/4%/FWD): Maybe he’s a bit boring as a pick but he has shown that the team just reaches the next level with him in the side.
Differential: Ferlan Mendy (5.5M/3%/DEF): The potent right-back has been nothing but solid for Real Madrid this season but due to the weak team performance vs Shakhtar he may be under the radar to most people, even though he played solid throughout the game.

Atletico Madrid Vs RB Salzburg 


Atletico Madrid:

Must have:
Luis Suarez (10M/5%/FWD): The prominent Uruguay striker is slightly doubtful for the match but if he does start he’ll be one to watch.

Kieran Trippier (5M/4%/DEF): The Englishman is well acquainted with set pieces, what more could you want?


Red Bull Salzburg:

Must have:
Zlatko Junuzovic (5.5M/3%/MID): Cheap and efficient in a team with attacking mindset.

Dominik Szoboszlai (7M/1%/MID): One of the best young playmakers in the game is determined to keep up with the good performances on the big stage.

Porto Vs Olympiacos



Must have/Differential:
Pepe (5M/1%/DEF): He might not have had a good game against City except the 3 points he won for ball recoveries but the next game against Olympiacos is a good one to turn it around considering that they struggled to create good chances and only edged Marseille by a goal in extra time.



Must have/Differential: Jose Sa (4.5M/5%/GK): He is a great budget in what is considered a good defensive team. Sa also kept a clean sheet against Marseille last week.

Atalanta Vs Ajax



Must have:
Alejandro Gomez (8.5M/16%/FWD): He offers great value if you want a player from one of the most dangerous attacking trios in the world.

Duvan Zapata (9.5M/4%/FWD): Zapata is the most consistent player for Atalanta and Ajax should have a hard time dealing with his physicality and sharpness.



Must have:
Nicolas Tagliafico (5M/8%/DEF): He is the best defensive option from Ajax and occasionally chips in with a goal or assist.

Lassina Traore (5M/7%/FWD): Traore is coming off an incredible game where he scored 5 goals and assisted 3 in a thumping 0-13 win against VVV in the Eredivisie. His next game will be one to watch.

Krasnodar Vs Chelsea


Must have:
Matvei Safonov (4.5M/0%/GK): Probably the best young Russian goalkeeper, an expert at shot-stopping and penalties could have many saves versus a potent Chelsea side.



Differential: Reece James (5M/2%/DEF): He is placed in one of the easiest groups in the tournament and has a good clean sheet in almost every game. The next game against Krasnodar being one of them.

Istanbul Basaksehir Vs PSG


Istanbul Basaksehir:

Must have/Differential:
Visca (7M/0%/MID): Right winger of Basaksehir has been named as the best player of the Turkish Superleague for 2 consecutive years now, understandable given his last season impact of 13 goals and 13 assists. Even though his team got dominated in the first match vs Leipzig he has shown that he has the quality and is the most likely player to score in this very hard group for his team.


Paris Saint-Germain:

Must have:
Kylian Mbappe (11M/23%/FWD): Mbappe is the most dangerous player at PSG and forms a formidable duo with Neymar. He should have plenty of good opportunities to score against Istanbul.

Ferencvaros Vs Dynamo Kyiv



Must have/Differential:
Tokmac Nguen (6.5M/0%/MID): Nguen has been one of the best players for his team scoring 5 goals in 6 games in the league.


Dynamo Kyiv:

Must have/Differential:
Gerson Rodrigues (4.5M/5%/FWD): One of the cheapest forwards in the game, if you expect Kyiv to score some goals against a team that conceded 5 last week then you can expect Gerson to be involved.

Juventus Vs FC Barcelona 



Must have/Differential:
Dejan Kulusevski (8M/1%/MID): Kulusevski has been a real find for Juventus and now he goes up against a Barcelona side that has struggled defensively in recent times.



Must have:
Ansu Fati (8M/33%/MID): Fati is one of the most talented youngsters in the world breaking goal scoring records such as being the youngest goalscorer in UCL history last week. Juventus should be a good challenge for him.

Club Brugge Vs Lazio


Club Brugge:

Must have:
Charles De Ketelaere (4.5M/MID/6M): De Ketelaere put on an impressive show against Zenit, eventually scoring the winning goal. Now he plays Lazio that have a possible covid outbreak at the club so there could be heavy rotation.



Must have/Differential:
Ciro Immobile (10.5M/2%/FWD):He is simply the most lethal force in the team and also chipped in with a goal and assist in his last game against former team Borussia Dortmund.

Manchester United Vs RB Leipzig


Manchester United:

Must have:
Marcus Rashford (9M/3%/MID): I prefer him over his teammate Bruno Fernandes because he is more likely to score from open play. Which I prefer rather than expecting returns from penalties most the times.


RB Leipzig:

Must have:
Angelino (5M/16%/DEF): He has found his shooting boots being one of the top goal scorers while playing as left-back in a very strong defensive team.

Dortmund Vs Zenit 


Borussia Dortmund:

Must have:
Erling Haaland (11M/37%/FWD): Haaland is as consistent as it gets. He has scored in his last 6 games and he could easily make it 7 against Zenit.


Zenit St. Petersburg:

Must have:
William Barrios (4.5M/47%/MID): He will be a gem of a player at 4.5M if he keeps getting ball recovery points as he did last week.

Sevilla Vs Rennes (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)



Must have/Differential:
Diego Carlos (5M/3%/DEF): Sevilla might not be one of the strongest teams offensively but they got a good defence and even managed to shut down Chelsea away last week.



Sehrou Guirassy (6.5M/1%/FWD): He is a good differential option at 6.5M.

You can find additional UCL Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UCL Fantasy Player Rankings: Matchday 2

If I could summarize matchday 1 then it would be Goals! Goals! Goals! We saw some high scoring games and some evenly matched ones which were determined by a goal or two. Now UCL Fantasy is back for Matchday 2 and it promises some breathtaking action again as we start the week with Lokomotiv Moscow against defending champions Bayern Munich. Here are our rankings:



1Robert LewandowskiBayern Munich@Lokomotiv Moscow12MHe is one of the most inform players in the world right now and scored his second hattrick of the season against Frankfurt last week.
2Neymar PSG@Istanbul Başakşehir11.5M
3Erling Braut HålandBVBVs Zenit11MHåland has scored in his last five games across all competitions for Dortmund and I fancy him to continue the streak against Zenit.
4Kylian MbappePSG@Istanbul Başakşehir11M
5Romelu LukakuInter Milan@Shakhtar Donetsk11MLukaku was a dominant force in the Europa league finishing as the MVP and scored 2 goals and assisted 1 when these two teams met in the Europa League last season.
6Ciro ImmobileLazio@Club Brugge10.5M
7Alvaro MorataJuventusVs FC Barcelona9MHe has really stepped up in the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo scoring/assisting in each of his last 3.
8Lionel MessiBarcelona@Juventus12M
9Roberto FirminoLiverpoolVs Midtjylland9MFirmino might not be the biggest goal scorer there is but Midtjylland is one of the weaker teams in the competition and should present lots of opportunities for the only Liverpool forward in the game.
10Luis SuarezAtletico MadridVs RB Salzburg10M



1Mohamed SalahLiverpoolVs Midtjylland12MAs good as Salah is, he is an even more dominant force at home. Playing Midtjylland should be a dream fixture for any forward.
2Leroy SaneBayern Munich@Lokomotiv Moscow9.5MSane looked like the most dangerous player for Bayern before an injury brought him to a hault. Expect Bayern to be even more dominant now.
3Angel Di MariaPSG@Istanbul Başakşehir9M
4Kevin De BruyneManchester City@Marseille11.5M
5Diogo JotaLiverpoolVs Midtjylland7.5MHe has shown bright glimpses everytime he got an opportunity and this week he might get his first start in UCL.
6Marco ReusBorussia DortmundVs Zenit8.5M
7Dejan KulusevskiJuventusVs FC Barcelona8M
8Marcus RashfordManchester UnitedVs RB Leipzig9M
9Christian PulisicChelsea@Krasnodar9M
10TetêShahktar DonestskVs Inter Milan5MTetê was impressive in the upset win against Real Madrid and might be quite a bargain at 5M.



1Andrew RobertsonLiverpoolVs Midtjylland6.5MThe most targetable fixture of the week and his form puts him ahead of his teammate TAA.
2Joshua KimmichBayern Munich@Lokomotiv Moscow6.5MHe might be playing OOP as a defensive midfielder but is still involved in goals for the team.
3Joe GomezLiverpoolVs Midtjylland5.5MGomez was one of the surprises for matchday 1 getting 5 points for 16 ball recoveries.
4Alessandro FlorenziPSG@Istanbul Başakşehir5M
5Joao CanceloManchester City@Marseille5.5M
6Trent Alexander ArnoldLiverpoolVs Midtjylland6.5M
7Achraf HakimiInter Milan@Shakhtar Donetsk6MHakimi returns to the team after a supposed false alarm of him testing positive. He will be a big threat for Shakhtar on the wings.
8Thomas MeunierBorussia DortmundVs Zenit5MHe matched Hummels for ball recoveries and is also more involved in the offense. Meunier is middle ground between Hummels and Guerreiro.
9Reece JamesChelsea@Krasnodar5M
10Diego CarlosSevillaVs Rennes5M



1Alisson BeckerLiverpoolVs Midtjylland6MAlisson is set to replace Adrian making the defense more reliable and I don't have to explain how.
2Manuel NeuerBayern Munich@Lokomotiv Moscow6MBayern are expected to dominate this game so there won't be much saves if any but there is a good chance for a cleansheet.
3Keylor NavasPSG@Istanbul Başakşehir5.5M
4EdersonManchester City@Marseille6M
5Edouard MendyChelsea@Krasnodar5M

You can find additional UCL Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UEFA Champions League Fantasy Predicted Lineups: Matchday 2

UCL Fantasy is back for matchday 2 after some one-sided wins and some surprises such Real Madrid, Dortmund and PSG losing in Matchday 1. This week kicks off with Lokomotiv Moscow against Bayern Munich on 27th October. These are our probable lineups:

Lokomotiv Moscow Vs Bayern Munich (Tuesday 27th October 5:55 PM GMT)


Lokomotiv Moscow Predicted XI (4-4-2): Guilherme Marinato – Maciej Rybus, Murilo Cerqueira, Vedran Corluka, Dmitri Zhivoglyadov – Aleksei Miranchuk, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Daniil Kulikov, Rifat Zhemaletdinov – Eder, Fyodor Smolov

Out: Barinov (knee)

Doubtful: Ignatjev (Achilles tendon), Magkeev (ill), Rajkovic (ill)

Bayern Munich Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Manuel Neuer – Lucas Hernandez, David Alaba, Niklas Süle, Benjamin Pavard – Joshua Kimmich, Corentin Tolisso – Kingsley Coman, Thomas Muller, Leroy Sane – Robert Lewandowski

Out: Davies (ankle), Sieb (ankle)

Doubtful: Nianzou (hamstring)

Shakhtar Donetsk Vs Inter Milan (Tuesday 27th October 5:55 PM GMT)


Shakhtar Donetsk Predicted XI (4-1-4-1): Anatoliy Trubin – Dodo, Valeriy Bondar, Davit Khocholava, Viktor Kornienko – Maicon – Tete, Marlos, Marcos Antonio, Manor Solomon – Dentinho

Out: Maksym Malyshev, Ismaily, Yevgen Konoplyanka, Sergey Kryvtsov, and Viktor Kovalenko

Doubtful: Junior Moraes

Inter Milan Predicted XI (3-4-1-2): Samir Handanovic – Danilo D’Ambrosio, Stefan de Vrij, Aleksandar Kolarov – Achraf Hakimi, Nicolo Barella, Arturo Vidal, Ivan Perisic – Christian Eriksen – Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez

Out: Matias Vecino, Ionut Radu, Roberto Gagliardini, Milan Skrinar

Olympique de Marseille Vs Manchester City (Tuesday 27th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Olympique Marseille Predicted XI (4-4-2): Steve Mandanda – Jordan Amavi, Duje Caleta-Carr, Alvaro Gonzalez – Boubacar Kamara, Kevin Strootman, Valentin Rongier, Michael Cuisance – Dimitri Payet, Florian Thauvin

Out: None

Manchester City Predicted XI (4-3-3): Ederson – Joao Cancelo, Nathan Ake, Ruben Dias, Kyle Walker – Fernandinho, Kevin De Bruyne, Phil Foden – Ferran Torres, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero

Out: Gabriel Jesus, Aymeric Laporte, Benjamin Mendy

Liverpool Vs FC Midtjylland (Tuesday 27th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Liverpool predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Gomez; Robertson; Milner, Henderson; Salah, Minamino, Jota; Firmino

Out: Virgil Van Dijk, Kostas Tsimikas, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita

Doubtful: Thiago Alcantara, Joel Matip

FC Midtjylland Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Hansen – Andersson, Sviatchenko, Scholz, Paulinho – Onyeka, Cajuste – Dreyer, Sisto, Mabil; Kaba

Out: Kristian Dirks Riis and Oliver Olsen

Borussia Mönchengladbach Vs Real Madrid (Tuesday 27th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Borussia Mönchengladbach Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Yann Sommer – Ramy Bensebaini, Nico Elvedi, Matthias Ginter, Stefan Lainer – Florian Neuhaus, Christoph Kramer – Marcus Thuram, Breel Embolo, Jonas Hofmann; Alassane Plea

Out: Andreas Poulsen, Valentino Lazaro, Laszlo Benes, Jordan Beyer

Doubtful: Denis Zakaria

Real Madrid Predicted XI (4-3-3): Thibaut Courtois – Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy – Casemiro, Toni Kroos, Luka Modric – Rodrygo, Karim Benzema, Vinicius Junior

Out: Eden Hazard, Martin Odegaard, Dani Carvajal, Alvaro Odriozola

Doubtful: Mariano Diaz

Atletico Madrid Vs RB Salzburg (Tuesday 27th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Atletico Madrid Predicted XI (4-4-2): Jan Oblak – Kieran Trippier, Stefan Savic, Jose Gimenez, Renan Lodi – Angel Correa, Koke, Hector Herrera, Thomas Lemar – Luis Suarez, Joao Felix

Out: Diego Costa, Sime Vrsaljko

Doubtful: Saul Niguez

Red Bull Salzburg Predicted XI (4-4-2): Cican Stankovic – Albert Vallci, Andre Ramalho, Maximilian Wober, Andreas Ulmer – Enock Mwepu, Masaya Okugawa, Zlatko Junuzovic, Dominik Szoboszlai – Sekou Koita, Patson Daka

Out: Antoine Bernede

Porto Vs Olympiacos (Tuesday 27th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Porto Predicted XI (4-3-3): Marchesin – Manafa, Mbemba, Pepe, Sanusi – Oliveira, Uribe, Vieira – Corona, Marega, Anderson

Out: None

Olympiacos Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Sa – Rafinha, Semedo, Ba, Cholevas – M’Vila, Bouchalakis – Randjelovic, Valbuena, Masouras – Hassan

Out: None

Atalanta Vs Ajax (Tuesday 27th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Atalanta Predicted XI (3-4-3): Marco Sportiello – Rafael Toloi, Jose Luis Palomino, Berat Djimsiti – Hans Hateboer, Marten de Roon, Remo Freuler, Robin Gosens – Mario Pasalic, Papu Gomez, Duvan Zapata

Out: Marco Carnesecchi, Pierluigi Gollini, Mattia Caldara

Ajax Predicted XI (4-3-3): Andre Onana – Noussair Mazraoui, Perr Schuurs, Daley Blind, Nicolas Tagliafico – Davy Klaassen, Ryan Gravenberch, Lisandro Martinez – Lassina Traore, Dusan Tadic, Quincy Promes

Out: Mohammed Kudus

Krasnodar Vs Chelsea (Wednesday 28th October 5:55 PM GMT)


Krasnodar Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Safonov – Smolnikov, Kaio, Martynovich, Chernov – Vilhena, Gazinskiy – Suleymanov, Sabua, Ramirez – Berg

Out: Remy Cabella, Evgeniy Markov, Sergey Petrov, Dimtri Stotskiy

Doubtful: Wanderson, Viktor Claesson

Chelsea Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Mendy – James, Silva, Zouma, Chilwell – Kante, Kovacic – Ziyech, Mount, Pulisic – Abraham

Out: Kepa Arrizabalaga, Billy Gilmour

Istanbul Basaksehir Vs PSG (Wednesday 28th October 5:55 PM GMT)


Istanbul Basaksehir Predicted XI (4-3-3): Mert Gunok – Rafael, Martin Skrtel, Alexandru Epureanu, Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo – Mehmet Topal, Irfan Kahveci, Berkay Ozkan – Edin Visca, Demba Ba, Deniz Turuc

Out: Junior Caicara

Doubtful: Azubuike Okechukwu

Paris Saint-Germain Predicted XI (4-3-3): Keylor Navas – Alessandro Florenzi, Abdou Diallo, Presnel Kimpembe, Layvin Kurzawa – Ander Herrera, Marquinhos, Rafinha – Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappe, Neymar

Out: Idrissa Gueye, Juan bernat, Mauro Icardi, Alexandre Letellier, Leandro Paredes, Marco Verratti, Thilo Kehrer

Ferencvaros Vs Dynamo Kyiv (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Ferencvaros Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Dibusz – Civic, Kovacevic, Blazic, Botka – Kharatin, Laidouni – Zubkov, Dávid Sigér, Isael – Nguen

Out: None

Dynamo Kyiv Predicted XI (4-3-3): Boyko – Karavaev, Popov, Zabarnyi, Kedziora – Sydorchuk, Buyalskiy, Shaparenko – Pena, Rodrigues, Tsygankov

Out: Mykyta Burda, Volodymyr Kostevych, Vitalii Mykolenko, Georgi Bushchan

Juventus Vs FC Barcelona (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Juventus Predicted XI (4-4-2): Wojciech Szczesny – Juan Cuadrado, Leonardo Bonucci, Merih Demiral, Danilo – Dejan Kulusevski, Rodrigo Bentancur, Adrien Rabiot, Federico Chiesa – Paulo Dybala, Alvaro Morata

Out: Matthijs de Ligt, Cristiano Ronaldo

Doubtful: Alex Sandro, Giorgio Chiellini

Barcelona Predicted XI (4-4-2): Neto – Sergino Dest, Ronald Araujo, Clement Lenglet, Jordi Alba – Francisco Trincao, Sergio Busquets, Frenkie de Jong, Antoine Griezmann – Ansu Fati, Lionel Messi

Out: Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Samuel Umtiti, Philippe Coutinho, Gerard Pique

Club Brugge Vs Lazio (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Club Brugge predicted XI: (4-3-3) Ethan Horvath – Clinton Mata, Brandon Mechele, Federico Ricca, Eduard Sobol – Ruud Vormer, Mats Rits, Hans Vanaken – Noa Lang, Charles De Ketelaere, Emmanuel Bonaventure

Out: None

Lazio predicted XI: (3-5-2): Pepe Reina – Patric, Luiz Felipe, Francisco Acerbi – Adam Marusic, Luis Alberto, Marco Parolo, Gonzalo Escalante, Djavan Anderson – Vedat Muriqi, Ciro Immobile

Out: Senad Lulic, Silvio Proto, Stefan Radu

Doubtful: Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Thomas Strakosha

Manchester United Vs RB Leipzig (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Manchester United Predicted XI (3-5-2): David de Gea, Axel Tuanzebe, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Alex Telles, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial

Out: Eric Bailly, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones

RB Leipzig Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Gulacsi – Henrichs, Upamecano, Konate, Angelino – Kampl, Sabitzer- Nkunku, Olmo, Forsberg; Poulsen

Out: Tyler Adams, Marcel Halstenberg, Lukas Klostermann, Konrad Laimer, Fabrice Hartmann

Doubtful: Nordi Mukiele

Dortmund Vs Zenit (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Borussia Dortmund Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Hitz – Guerreiro, Hummels, Akanji, Meunier – Witsel, Delaney – Sancho, Brandt, Reus – Haaland

Out: Dan-Axel Zagadou, Marcel Schmelzer, Emre Can

Zenit St. Petersburg Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Kerzhakov – Karavaev, Lovren, Rakytskyy, Santos – Barrios, Ozdoev – Kuzyaev, Wendel, Driussi – Dzyuba

Out: Malcolm

Doubtful: Sardar Azmoun

Sevilla Vs Rennes (Wednesday 28th October 8:00 PM GMT)


Sevilla Predicted XI (4-3-3): Yassine Bounou – Marcos Acuna, Diego Carlos, Sergi Gomez, Jesus Navas – Ivan Rakitic, Nemanja Gudelj, Fernando – Lucas Ocampos, Luuk de Jong, Suso

Out: Jules Kounde, Oussama Idrissi

Rennes Predicted XI (4-3-3): Romain Salin – Dalbert Henrique, Nayef Aguerd, Daniele Rugani, Hamari Traore – Clement Grenier, Eduardo Camavinga, Jonas Martin – Martin Terrier, Serhou Guirassy, Jeremy Doku

Out: Faitout Maouassa

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