Club Brugge vs Monaco Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Brugge have won 20%, drawn 30% and lost 50% of their last 10 home European games. Brugge have scored in 60% of their last 10 home European games. Brugge have kept a clean sheet in 1 of their last 10 home European games, going on to win 0 and draw 1 of these matches. 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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The Belgian side are in the group stage for the second time in three seasons, yet they have one of the worst possible record during the period. They won just one of the 12 matches in the process, drew 1 and lost 10 in the process.
Dortmund have a broad recent history at the competition in that aspect, this is their 7th appearance in 8 seasons. They usually impress at this stage, however last season was underwhelming with 2 points managed from 6 games.
Brugge’s competitive season run a bit more deep than their German counterparts, they too hold a strong run with 6 wins and 1 draw. They scored 14 goals in the process, but their defense start to fall apart in recent games, conceded goals in the last four games.
Dortmund played just three league games this season and picked up 2 wins and 1 draw, scoring 7 goals in the process. This does point towards an intriguing game in the prospect, and we can be sure that Brugge won’t be bullied by Dortmund’s stature. This is why I am taking both teams to score as my primary bet, a true case to back considering either sides fine showing in the final third.
Dortmund have won two of their first three matches, claiming victories over Leipzig and Frankfurt. They will expect to improve on their Champions League campaign of 12 months ago, when they failed to win any of their six games. Favre’s side look much better prepared, and they should get some joy away to a Brugge side who have an awful record in this competition.
The Belgians have lost nine of their last 10 matches in the Champions League. Their last clash here saw them draw 3-3 with Istanbul Basaksehir, which followed four straight defeats to the likes of Copenhagen and Leicester. While the hosts have started well, we’re going with an away win for Dortmund. We’re also tipping the visitors to win and both teams to score, with BTTS landing in nine straight Champions League ties for Dortmund. The hosts should have enough quality to find the net after averaging 2.7 goals per game in the league this term, although the step up to Europe’s highest level should be too much for them.