Champions League is back – we bring predictions

Champions League is back! This week, you will see a couple of blockbuster battles which will start the action. On Tuesday, Liverpool will get on the road to the Spanish capital and face the tough opponents Atletico Madrid. The battle will occur at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.

Jurgen Klopp’s team is at this point on the top place of the Premier League table with astonishing 25 points ahead. After they won a match at Norwich City on Saturday with a 1-0 win, they secured their position. This could clinch their first domestic title they managed to gain in the last 30 years and all of that could happen already next month. Get ready for the upcoming matches with supabets.

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Atletico Madrid who is managed by Diego Simeone is currently fourth in the La Liga competition after the 2-2 draw against Valencia. Real Madrid and Barcelona are currently in the title race while Atletico is dealing with danger to miss out completely on the Champions League place during next season.

On Tuesday, one of the ties of the round, Borussia Dortmund will face the French champions; Paris Saint Germain at the Signal Iduna Park. The Bundesliga title hopefuls are preparing for a tough fight. Erling Braut Haaland will be stealing all the attention on the Dortmund.

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He has hit the ground running since the move to Germany and scored nine goals in six games. Former Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel is going to take over the lead over Paris Saint-Germain. Atalanta will play the hosts to Spain’s Valencia on the second day of the Serie A. In the meantime, Tottenham Hotspur will face the German team RB Leipzig in London.

PREDICTION Atletico Madrid will face Liverpool on Tuesday. Atletico is currently out of form and won only once in the past 7 games so the probable outcome will be 1-2 win for Liverpool. Borussia Dortmund is more likely to win over Paris Saint-Germain in the upcoming game on Tuesday. The French champions have a lot of player sitting aside because of injuries. Atalanta and Valencia are likely to end with a draw. With Spurs and RB Leipzig, the situation is far more easily predictable. Spurs has an obvious advantage so the result could be 2-1 for Spurs.