Club Brugge vs Monaco Live Match Streaming | Uefa Champions League 2018/19

Club Brugge vs Monaco Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19

Arnaut Danjuma and Jelle Vossen are both set for a spell on the sidelines after picking up ankle and knee injuries respectively at the weekend. Kaveh Rezaei is back, however, to compensate for the loss of the latter up front, while Thibault Vlietinck could replace Danjuma. Here you can get the Club Brugge vs Monaco Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.

Club Brugge vs Monaco Live Match Streaming


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  • 5:55pm Tuesday 6th November
  • Stade Louis II

 

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Wesley – Brazilian forward has scored seven goals and assisted a further two so far this season.
Hans Vanaken – The Belgian’s goal against Waasland-Beveren last time out was his fourth of the season, while he has assisted a further seven.
Ruud Vormer – Experienced midfielder with one goal and three assists to back up his solidity in the middle.Club Brugge have lost three of their last five matches, including the 3-1 defeat at Atletico Madrid in their last Champions League match. Arnaut Groeneveld’s goal had made it 1-1 at half-time in that game, but Atletico won it after the break. Since them, however, They have lost 3-1 away to Standard Liege – their only goal being an own goal – and, last time out, drawn 1-1 with Waasland-Beveren despite Hans Vanaken giving them the lead.

Thierry Henry may struggle to put his stamp on Monaco straight away given he is without six players through injury, including Rony Lopes, Pietro Pellegri, Kevin N’Doram and goalkeepers Diego Benaglio and Danijel Subasic. Seydou Sy started in goal last time out, with Henry opting for a 4-3-1-2 formation which included the return of Stefan Jovetic up front to partner Falcao. Nacer Chadli, who Henry has worked alongside with Belgium, also returned. Andrea Raggi’s suspension does not apply to Champions League games and he and Jemerson – who also missed the Strasbourg game through suspension – could return at centre-back.

There was to be no ‘new manager bounce’ for Thierry Henry as Monaco lost 2-1 to Strasbourg at the weekend – their fifth consecutive defeats in all competitions. Monaco finished the match with ten men after Samuel Grandsir was sent off, while Youri Tielemans late penalty was too little too late for the visitors. It was the second consecutive 2-1 defeat with ten men, having lost to Rennes by the same score after Andrea Raggi was sent off – Falcao scoring on that occasion. Prior to that, they lost 3-0 to Borussia Dortmund in their most recent Champions League match.

 

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