Lokomotiv Moscow vs Porto Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Lokomotiv Moscow in actual season average scored 1.00 goals per match. In 8 (72.73%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. In 5 (45.45%) matches in season 2018 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Here you can get the Lokomotiv Moscow vs Porto Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.
Lokomotiv Moscow vs Porto Live Match Streaming
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- Wednesday 24th October
- Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow
Porto’s summer went about how you would expect a transfer window to go for Porto. They sold several players for tens of millions of euros and brought in a lot of players for a fraction of that. Porto will count themselves a bit lucky that they’re in a group without any of the European elite. While it won’t be a cakewalk, they should win the group with relative ease. If they can get Moussa Marega and Vincent Aboubakar going in scoring goals, they could run away with the group. In recent years, we’ve seen Porto advance as far as the Quarterfinals of this competition. Can they find that magic again?
With an awful start in the Bundesliga, Die Königsblauen is reeling a bit. Schalke however, was granted a tremendous opportunity with its placement in Group D to be in a position to advance if it can right its ship. The pressure will be on Domenico Tedesco to solve whatever issues are going on internally and the 32-year old coach will have to rely on veterans like Naldo, Salif Sane, Sebastian Rudy, and Daniel Caligiuri to stabilize the defense and midfield, but Schalke’s primary issue is its offense. If Tedesco cannot find a way to get Mark Uth, Guido Burgstaller, or Breel Embolo on track, this could be a quick exit for the squad. Keep an eye on USMNT hopeful Weston McKennie as he should be included in some variation of Tedesco’s lineup over the course of the competition.
Lokomotiv Moscow has a familiar name in former Schalke 04 man, Benedikt Höwedes, who will get a chance to suit up against his former squad. Given the relatively weak group, these teams could end up in any order, which would be fine with Lokomotiv Moscow, who will simply be looking to do anything to try and advance. Fedor Smolov will provide the attack, while Grzegorz Krychowiak and Anton Miranchuk will look to assert themselves in the midfield for the Russian side.