Aek vs Ajax Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Established in 1924, AEK Athens are one of a number of Greek clubs based in Athens. The Enosis (Union) are well known for their passionate fans and Original 21 are considered the club’s main supporters’ group. AEK Athens vs Ajax play their home games in black shirts with yellow stripes and black shorts, while they often wear gray jerseys and yellow shorts when facing their rivals on the road. Here you can get the Aek vs Ajax Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.
Aek vs Ajax Live Match Streaming
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- Tuesday 27th November
- Athens Olympic Stadium
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Olympic Stadium in Athens is the club’s home ground and the venue can hold up to 69.618 people. AEK Athens vs Ajax share rivalries with fellow capital clubs Panathinaikos and Olympiakos and the rivalry with Olympiakos was inflamed in 1996, when AEK former ace and then-coach joined the Thrylos. AEK Athens vs Ajax have 12 Greek Super League trophies, but it has to be noted that they clinched their last domestic title back in 1994. Speaking of the Greek Cup, the Enosis won their 15th trophy in the competition in 2016, with the team beating Olympiakos in the title game. In the 1966/1967 season AEK made it to the UEFA Cup semis, but Italian giants Juventus proved to be a big catch for the Greek side.
Matthijs de Ligt is yet another product of famous Ajax football academy. After making 17 appearances for Jong Ajax, Matthijs de Ligt started playing for the senior team in 2016. The talented centre-back, who was born on August 12, 1999 in Leiderdorp (Netherlands) made his debut for the Amsterdammers on September 21, 2016 in a cup game against Willem II. Thanks to this goal Matthijs de Ligt became the second youngest goalscorer ever, behind legendary midfielder Clarence Seedorf. In March, 2017, the Ajax defender made his debut for the Netherlands national team in a 2-0 loss to Bulgaria in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. In 2018 he received AFC Ajax Talent of the Year award (Marco Van Basten Award). Mathiijs de Ligt’s main position is centre-back and his preferred foot is right. His contract with the Amsterdammers should expire on June 30, 2021. In the 2016/2017 season Matthijs de Ligt and his teammates made it to the Europa League final, but Ajax were beaten by Manchester United in the title game.
Ajax are making an early claim for the Eredivisie title, after picking up 13 points from their first five games of the campaign. The hosts have struck form domestically, and they’re also celebrating a return to the Champions League group stage. The Dutch side will be hoping to mark their return to this stage with three points, especially with the chance of a last 16 push not out of the question. Can Ajax continue their successful start to the season when they host Greek side AEK Athens this week?
The hosts have hit the ground running in their domestic league, and they have four straight wins to their name, which has pushed them towards the top of the league standings. However, those wins came among success in the Champions League qualifiers, as they fought for a spot in the group stage. They put out the likes of Dynamo Kiev, Standard Liege and Sturm Graz on their way to the last 32 of Europe’s biggest competition. Can the 2017 Europa League finalists go any further than that?
Even AEK Athens vs Ajax will be targetting success in Group E. While Bayern Munich are the clear favourites to progress, there’s an open slot behind them. Benfica are the early favourites, but the Portuguese side lost all six of last season’s group games. That means that success in Amsterdam could put the Greek side in to contention for second, although that task is easier said than done. The visitors will be confident, having made a perfect start to their league campaign, alongside wins against Celtic and Vidi in the qualifiers.
The hosts do have some strong attacking form to consider, given that they’ve hit 12 goals in their last three matches in the Eredivisie. The hosts have been scoring for fun, while AEK are nine games without a clean sheet in the Champions League. On the plus side, the visitors have seen both teams score in their last four matches in this competition. You will see the best match AEK Athens vs Ajax here.
Ajax scored at least twice in their three home qualifiers this summer, but they’ve kept just three clean sheets in 14 matches in this competition. The hosts’ strong recent form has brought goals, with over 2.5 landing in four of their last five matches in the Champions League. We’re backing more goals given the hosts’ start and their defensive issues. Over 2.5 is our tip here, along with a 2-1 home win.