Roma vs CSKA Moscow Live Match Streaming | Uefa Champions league 2018/19
Roma have won 60%, drawn 15% and lost 25% of their last 20 home European games. Roma have scored in 80% of their last 20 home European games. CSKA Moscow have won 25%, drawn 15% and lost 60% of their last 20 away European games.Roma vs CSKA Moscow Live Match Streaming | Uefa Champions league 2018/19
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- Tuesday 23rd October
There absolutely no reason why AS Roma and Real Madrid shouldn’t be the two teams to progress from this group. Roma just missed out on the place in the final last year, losing 7-6 on aggregate to Liverpool in the semi-finals. Their league form in Serie A has started off a bit shaky as they went on to draw Atalanta and lose to AC Milan after beating Torino on the opening match day. Regardless, Roma should that they can compete with the best teams in Europe during their Champions League run last season, especially with their heroics against Barcelona at the Stadio Olimpico. If Eusebio Di Franceso can get his tactics right for each respective group stage match, they could have a real shot at winning the group, topping the odds-on favorites, Real Madrid; they may be flying in La Liga right now, but let’s be honest, they are a different team in the big moments without Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Koni will have their work cut out for them in this group. With Real Madrid and AS Roma as heavy favorites, CSKA Moscow will need explosive efforts from the likes of 20-year olds Fedor Chalov (forward) and Kristijan Bistrovic (midfielder). The young, but dynamic, duo will get a true baptism by fire in this group. CSKA Moscow defenders Mário Fernandes, Nikita Chernov, Hördur Magnússon, and Rodrigo Becão will be tested frequently as well, while 28-year old Abel Hernández will look to provide a veteran presence offensively. In another group, CSKA Moscow might have an opportunity to move on, but in Group G the chances are not great.
Plzen started the 2018-19 Czech First League on absolute fire with six wins out of six. Then, in the final match before the international break in a trip to Sparta Prague, Plzen was on the wrong end of a 6-1 whipping. Whoa boy. That’s not a good way to start your two week break. It’s difficult to see Plzen getting more than a couple of points at mosst from this group. They’ll have to close their eyes with a hope and prayer of sneaking into the Europa League.