Bayern Munich vs AEK Athens Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Helder Lopes is out until March with a ruptured cruciate ligament, while Christos Albanis and Marios Oikonomou remain sidelined too – the former having not yet featured this season. Lucas Boye is fit again though, as is Alef, while Paris Babis is also building up match fitness after missing the start of the season. Here you can get the Bayern Munich vs AEK Athens Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.
Bayern Munich vs AEK Athens Live Match Streaming:-
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- 8:00pm Wednesday 7th November
- Allianz Arena
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AEK Athens have won three and lost three of their last seven matches, but two of those three defeats have been their Champions League losses – 3-0 away to Ajax and 3-2 at home to Benfica. Viktor Klonaridis’ double had originally looked like earning them a point against ten-man Benfica as they fought back from 2-0 down, only to concede again later on. That was followed by a 1-1 draw with Olympiakos as Anastasios Bakasetas scored a last-minute leveller, and AEK have won both matches since – 2-1 at home to Lamia in the cup and 2-0 away to Apollon Smirnis last time out in the league. Petros Mantalos and Marko Livaja were their scorers at the weekend.
Jerome Boateng was an unused sub and David Alaba only played the first-half of the win against Wolfsburg, having both withdrawn from international duty the previous week. Arjen Robben’s red card may negate the need for rotation in the forward lines, but Leon Goretzka, Frank Ribery, Renato Sanches and Thomas Muller are all options to bring in.
Bayern Munich ended a four-match winless streak at the weekend – having previously won seven in a row before that rut – when they beat Wolfsburg 3-1 at the weekend. Robert Lewandowski scored twice and, though Arjen Robben was then sent off and the hosts pulled a goal back – James Rodriguez sealed victory. It followed a run of two 1-1 draws at home to Augsburg and, in their most recent Champions League match, Ajax, and two defeats. Their first loss of the season was 2-0 away to Hertha, while they also lost 3-0 at home to Borussia Monchengladbach.
Niko Kovac started with virtually the same XI that defeated Wolfsburg 3-1 at the weekend, the only change being Rafinha taking the place of the injured David Alaba at left-back. As expected, Bayern enjoyed more possession against their deep-lying hosts but chances were hard to come by initially. The closest they came to breaking the deadlock was through the lively Serge Gnabry, who had a shot that flew narrowly wide before almost teeing up Robert Lewandowski with a teasing ball across the face of goal.