Ajax vs Benfica Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Nicolas Tagliafico is the latest player on the Ajax injury list, leaving them short at left-back with Daley Sinkgraven still a long-term absentee too. Joel Veltman will be out until the new year, as will Hassane Bande. Rasmus Kristensen slotted in for Tagliafico in the league and is likely to be retained there for this Champions League fixture. Here you can get the full Ajax vs Benfica Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.
Ajax vs Benfica Live Match Streaming
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- 8:00pm Wednesday 7th November
- Estadio da Luz
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PAOK and Benfica take on each other in a low-profile and highly-important second round clash on Tuesday evening at Olympiako Stadio Spyros Louis. Both teams lost their opening matches to Ajax and Bayern Munich and a potential failure here would seriously compromise their ambitions of advancing to the last 16 round.
The Greek champions held it out away in Amsterdam only for 45 minutes, conceding three second-half goals to lose 3-0 to Dutch runners-up Ajax on the opening day. Can they improve the impression and snatch at least a point here before back-to-back games against group favourites Bayern Munich?
AEK raised the spirits after the 2-0 loss in the derby against PAOK. They saw off OFI 0-3 on the road on Saturday evening to maintain the third position in the league ladder. Goals came from Anastasios Bakasetas, Rodrigo Galo and Ezequiel Ponce. Interestingly, AEK kept their net untouched in remaining four games so far in the domestic league.
Benfica will enter the game in an opposite mood having failed to see off Chaves at the weekend. The Eagles allowed a stoppage-time equalizer after Rafa Silva gave them the lead on two separate occasions bagging a brace in Chaves.
The encouraging news for the head coach Rui Vitoria is the return of his talisman Jonas who came on from the bench to play the final ten minutes of the Chaves match.
AEK have already shown strength by eliminating Celtic in the qualifications. They are set as pretty big underdogs here, but we’ll go for the value and back them to stay undefeated at 1.72 odds. The alternative pick would be AEK to score a goal at 1.50.