Champions League Week 2 Predictions

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Champions League Week 2 Odds for Ajax v Besiktas

The first leg of the Uefa Champions League round 2 between Ajax and Besiktas takes place on Tuesday, with both teams looking to get the maximum amount of points. The Amsterdammers are eager to finish their task in Group C as soon as feasible, and given their stunning display against Sporting CP at José Alvalade stadium in Lisbon, a home victory should not be ruled out. It should also be pointed out that Ajax manager Erik ten Hag has a number of key contributors for the second group encounter.

However, Besiktas goes into the match with a severely weakened team as all Pjanic, Vida, Teixeira, Topal, Ghezzal, and Batshuayi have been dealing with ailments of late. Anything but a routine home victory would be a major upset since the Dutch side Ajax started the season well. This will be the first encounter between these two clubs in the Champions League.

Highlighted Team: Besiktas

The Besiktas football club is one of Turkey’s most renowned. Since its inception in 1903, Besiktas has never been relegated to a lesser level of Turkish football. The Istanbul-based club is known as the Black Eagles in Turkey and plays at the Vodafone Arena, which has an almost 42,000 capacity. Besiktas are one of the top three football clubs in Turkey, having won 14 Super Lig titles during their history. The 2021-22 season will be the club’s 3rd appearance in the Champions League group stage in this millennium.

And they will seek to make its presence known on the European stage. Besiktas has already appeared in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League four times, with no previous success of progressing through to the knockout phase. The most outstanding Turkish team’s achievements on the European side are the 1987 and 2003 UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League quarter-finals, both of which came after a period of domination. The Black Eagles have also won nine Turkish Cups and eight national Super Cup titles during their illustrious history.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Shakhtar Donetsk v Inter

The NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium will stage Tuesday’s Champions League match between Shakhtar Donetsk and Inter. The Miners fell to a 2-0 defeat at Sheriff in their opening match, and they will undoubtedly be eager to deliver something to the fans. Although all Konoplyanka, Moraes, and Trubin are out because of injury, we believe that the hosts will score against Inter because they have been strong in front of goal throughout the new domestic season.

Champions League Week 2 Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Inter
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The Nerazzurri took the points from Atalanta in the Serie A derby on Sunday, after trailing at halftime. Milan will be attempting to make amends for their Champions League defeat against Real Madrid when they travel to Ukraine. Given their attacking potential, the over 2.5 goals betting option should be taken into consideration by Simone Inzaghi’s crew. With injuries, all four Correa, Brazao, Sensi, and Vidal are thought to be out of action against Shakhtar. Eriksen has been ruled out as a result of his heart issues.

Highlighted Team: Inter

Internazionale Milano, also known as Internazionale, Inter Milan, or simply Inter is a football club from Italy. It was established on March 9, 1908, by a group of “rebels” who disliked the AC Milan club’s rules. One major concern was that no foreign players were permitted.

In 1928, the club combined with US Milanese and bore the brunt of Ambrosiana-Inter’s existence. The club, known as the Nerazzurri or the blue/blacks, has a long and illustrious history. This is how Inter Milan won 18 national championships, seven Italian Cups, three UEFA Cups, and three Champions Leagues.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Milan v Atletico Madrid

The Group B match between Milan and Atletico Madrid, the two teams seeking their first victory of the tournament, will take place at Stadio San Siro (Giuseppe Meazza). The Milanese were in fine form in a 3-2 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield, and they should be able to win against los Rojiblancos at home.

Both Krunic and Pizzari are expected to miss the match with injuries. Team captain Simon Kjaer is a major doubt. Other than that, Florenzi, Bakayoko, Ibrahimovic are all probable to sit out. Daniel Maldini, Paolo’s son, is eager for the team to begin after finishing his goal-scoring run in Saturday’s 2-1 triumph over Spezia.

Given Atletico Madrid’s uncharacteristically sluggish form ahead of their trip to Italy, a home win should be considered. The away team should be without only one player: Thomas Lemar.

Highlighted Team: Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid is a Spanish club that competes in the top division (La Liga). The home games of los Rojiblancos (the Red-and-Whites) or los Colchoneros (the Mattressmakers) are played at Estadio Metropolitano, which can accommodate up to 68,456 spectators. Atletico Madrid have won 11 La Liga trophies, but they have yet to win the Champions League. Atletico have won 10 Copa del Rey (Spanish Cup) titles and, more significantly, defeated bitter local rivals Real Madrid in the 2012/2013 Spanish Cup final.

The rivalry between the two major clubs is fierce. El Madrileno is regarded as one of the most exciting derbies in world football. Diego Simeone guided Atletico Madrid to two Champions League finals, but they were unable to win the title against Real Madrid (2013/2014 and 2015/2016). Diego Simeone, on the other hand, led Atletico Madrid to La Liga glory in 2014 and 2021 after guiding them to successive Europa League and Copa del Rey triumphs. He’s undoubtedly one of the most successful coaches in Atletico’s illustrious history.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Borussia Dortmund v Sporting

In the group stages of the Champions League, Borussia Dortmund will try to make up for a 1-0 loss to Borussia M’gladbach when they host Sporting CP. Marco Rose’s side have already beaten Besiktas in their opening match of the season, and a victory against the Lions would put them one step closer to securing a place in the knockout round. Erling Haland should be able to play against Sporting and, no doubt. The Norwegian rising star will pose a major challenge for the opposition defenders.

However, Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus is rated doubtful for Tuesday’s encounter. In a 5-1 loss to Ajax, Sporting CP’s defense had its issues, and it makes sense that the bookies have them listed as underdogs in their second group game. Since the Primeira Liga champions have been trying to find their best form in the domestic league, a win at home is something to consider. The only player missing from the away team is Pedro Goncalves.

Highlighted Team: Sporting

The sixth club in the world when it comes to official club members are Portugal’s Sporting Lisbon. Sporting Clube de Portugal, commonly known as Sporting Lisbon, was founded in 1906 and is one of the founding members of the Primeira Liga. Benfica is Sporting’s main opponent, with both clubs competing in one of Europe’s fiercest derby matches in the Lisbon derby. The team play at Estadio Jose Alvelade in front of 50,000 people and is the country’s third most successful with 48 Portuguese titles.

They also took home the European Cup Winner’s Cup in the 1963-64 campaign. During this period, which is also known as the club’s golden era, Sporting Lisbon won most of their 19 Primeira Liga titles. The Sporting Lisbon youth academy is renowned for producing great players. It has produced world-class footballers such as Nani and Bruno Fernandes, as well as two-time Ballon d’Or winners Figo and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Porto v Liverpool

At the Estadio do Dragao in Porto, England’s Liverpool and Portugal’s Porto will meet in a highly-anticipated football match. The Dragons are on a quest to reclaim the domestic title, but they have high goals for the top level as well. Porto produced an excellent performance in a 0-0 draw with Atletico Madrid in their opening match, and they will undoubtedly be able to compete with Liverpool. In a 3-3 draw with Brentford, the Reds had their hands full in defense.

Mbemba is unavailable for the hosts, while Marchesin and Pepe are injured. In the opening Champions League game, Liverpool came from behind to defeat Milan 3-2. Jurgen Klopp’s side has been scoring at a ridiculous rate recently, and all things considered, we believe that both teams to score betting odds should be considered. Thiago Alcantara and Harvey Elliott are both out due to injuries.

Highlighted Team: Liverpool

Liverpool is one of England’s and the world’s most famous clubs, having been formed in 1892. The Reds have a heated rivalry with Everton and, when the two teams meet in the Merseyside derby, there have always been fireworks. Liverpool play host to their opponents at Anfield, and it should be mentioned that they have won 19 first-division titles. In the final, one of the most anticipated matches in English football history when Liverpool were on the verge of winning the 2014/2015 Premier League title.

However, Gerrard slipped in the decider against Chelsea and left Liverpool without a title. Liverpool won their final European Champions League trophy in 2019, when they beat Tottenham with two goals in Madrid. The Reds have won six European Cups, and it’s no surprise that they are considered one of the greatest European teams. The club has had a number of famous players, including Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler, Paul Ince, Ian Rush, Kenny Dalglish, and Luis Suarez. The club’s motto is “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and their colors are red.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for PSG v Man City

When Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City face off in the Champions League Group A game at Parc des Princes, it will be a major event. The Parisians beat Montpellier 2-0 on Saturday, with Messi missing from the starting XI. However, Messi is racing against the clock to be ready for Man City’s encounter. Sergio Ramos, Marco Verratti, Layvin Kurzawa, Ismael Gharbi, and Juan Bernat are some of the players who have recently suffered with injuries.

The Citizens, on the other hand, were effective in defeating Chelsea in the Premier League match this past weekend. With Kevin de Bruyne now fully fit, the away team’s star player will be hard to overlook. The injured trio of Gundogan and Zinchenko are all listed as doubtful for the match. Nonetheless, given the attacking quality of the two star-studded teams, both teams to score bets should be taken into account.

Highlighted Team: Manchester City

The Manchester City Football Club is the second-most renowned club in Manchester, after United. The club was formed in 1880, but it has struggled in the English Premier League for many years. However, the Citizens have been playing an essential part in the English top flight since 2008, when they were bought by Abu Dhabi United Group.

Since 2011, Manchester City has won five Premier League titles, but they were beaten in the 2021 Champions League final by Chelsea London. Man City play their home fixtures at the Etihad Stadium, which seats 55,097 spectators. Manchester United are regarded as Manchester City’s biggest rivals, and some of the club’s most legendary players include Kun Aguero, Carlos Tevez, Yaya Toure, and David Silva. Manchester City have won seven Premier League titles and six FA Cup trophies, as well as making it to the Champions League semifinals in 2015/2016 and the final last season.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Leipzig v Club Brugge

Leipzig will look to take the momentum from their 6-0 Bundesliga win over Hertha when they host Club Brugge in the Champions League group stages round 2. The Red Bulls were unable to spoil Manchester City’s party at Etihad Stadium in their opening game, but they will certainly be able to compete against the Belgian champions in front of their supporters. The disappointing fact for the hosts is that key player Dani Olmo suffered a thigh strain.

However, Club Brugge kept star-studded PSG to a 1-1 draw in the opening match of their Champions League campaign. Despite the fact that we consider the Belgians as terrible travellers, we are drawn to invest our money in the German business due to this. Providence and Vormer are both out of contention with injuries for the visiting team.

Highlighted Team: Club Brugge

Club Brugge, founded in 1891, is one of Belgium’s most decorated football clubs. The team, known as Blauw-Zwart because of the Blue and Black colors, have won the Belgian championship 17 times, which is second only to Anderlecht. Club Brugge have made a number of European triumphs throughout their long history. To this day, Club Brugge boasts the European record for most consecutive appearances in the UEFA Europa League – 20.

The Blauw-Zwart have participated in two European finals and two semi-finals. In addition, Club Brugge is the only Belgian club to have played in a European Cup final, losing to Liverpool in 1978. Club Brugge lost the 1976 UEFA Cup Final to the same site two years prior. Club Brugge’s home matches are played at the Jan Breydel Stadium, which is also the venue for city rivals Cercle Brugge. The Bruges Derby is a fierce rivalry between the two teams.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Real Madrid v Sheriff Tiraspol

In a David-versus-Goliath battle, Real Madrid and Sheriff Tiraspol clash at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid began their Champions League campaign against Inter with a 1-0 victory. With their excellent showings in La Liga, it’s no surprise that Carlo Ancelotti’s side are considered the early frontrunners to triumph. Karim Benzema will always be a man to keep an eye on for the home team. With injuries, players such as Gareth Bale, Carvajal, Ceballos, Kroos, Marcelo, and Mendy are likely to sit out the encounter.

Champions League Week 2 Real Madrid

However, in the elite competition Sheriff continues to amaze everyone. With the team winning against Shakhtar Donetsk in their opener, but they’ll have a much larger opponent in Real Madrid. At home, Real Madrid is a formidable opponent. Alexander Belousov will stay in the recovery room, while Moussa Kyabou is doubtful to play.

Highlighted Team: Sheriff Tiraspol

The most successful Moldavian club is Sheriff Tiraspol, also known as simply Sheriff. The club was established in 1997, four years later (2000/2001) they won their first Moldovan National Division title. Over the years, Sheriff Tiraspol has emerged as Moldova’s top team and should be recognized for winning their 15th domestic title in the 2016/2017 season. The final round of the Moldovan National League began with Sheriff equal on points with Dacia Chisinau, but owing to a better goal difference, Roberto Bordin’s team prevailed.

The Moldovan team’s colors are yellow and black, with yellow shirts and yellow pants worn at home and black being the color of their away kits. Sheriff Stadium is the home ground of Sheriff Tiraspol and can accommodate up to 12,746 people. Moldovan club Sheriff Tiraspol did well to reach the Champions League play-off round in the 2010/2011 season by defeating Dinamo Tirana and Dinamo Zagreb.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Atalanta v Young Boys

After sharing the points with Inter in the Serie A derby, Atalanta will try to get back on track when they host Young Boys in the Champions League round 2. Following a string of poor results, the Orobici have shown signs of stabilization in recent weeks, and as a result, bookmakers have set them as betting favorites for Wednesday’s encounter. Even though Luis Muriel is still in the recovery room, Atalanta’s Gewiss Stadium may be considered a fortress. Another member of the home squad who is missing from the lineup is right-back Hans Hateboer.

On the other hand, in their Champions League opener, Young Boys showed outstanding resilience by defeating ten-man Manchester United. But the Swiss champions are not regarded as excellent travellers, which is one of the reasons why we’re tempted to bet on Atalanta, who shared the spoils with Villarreal in their opening group encounter. Christian Fassnacht, who hobbled off with an injury in the 2-1 victory over St. Gallen on Saturday, is doubtful to play against Orobici.

Highlighted Team: Young Boys

Young Boys was founded in 1898, and it has won the Swiss Super League title five years later (1903). In the 20th century, Switzerlands’s capital club won no less than 11 domestic titles, but they have been overshadowed by Basel in recent years. The Young Boys have won their last Swiss Super League title in 1986, and their last Swiss Cup championship in 1987. The Yellow and Blacks will host their rivals Stade de Suisse, which serves as a national stadium. It’s worth noting that they utilize artificial turf for all of their home games.

Stephane Chapuisat, a Swiss football legend, was once a member of the club. You should keep Vujadin Boskov, the former Yugoslavia coach, in mind as he previously played for Stade de Suisse outfit. On 29 June, 1898, Young Boys played their first official match, against Institute Grunau and drew. The Swiss team took part in the 2016/2017 Champions League qualifiers, but they were unable to advance past the group stages of the top competition.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Zenit v Malmo

Zenit will be looking to obtain their first victory after suffering a 1-0 defeat against Chelsea in the Champions League opening round. They will host Malmo in their Gazprom Arena in St Petersburg. The Zenitchiki are a powerful force at home, but they will have to display their mettle on the field. The hero of a 2-1 victory over Krylya Sovetov on Sunday, Artem Dzyuba, will be the focal point for Zenit.

However, with injuries, Lovren, Odzoev, and Karavaev are all expected to miss the match. The Swedish titleholders, on the other hand, crushed Orebro 5-1 in the Allsvenskan at the weekend. It indicates that they are highly motivated ahead of their journey to St. Petersburg. Zenit’s home victory, though, should be taken into account. Zenit is on a six-game winning streak at home. The following players have been ruled out because of injuries: Knudsen, Lewicki, Moisander, Rieks, and Toivonen. Eric Larsson will return from a domestic ban.

Highlighted Team: Malmo

Malmo are a Swedish club that play in Allsvenskan. On February 24, 1910, they were founded. The Blues will play their rivals at Stadion, Malmo, which was completed in April, 2009. It’s crucial to remember that the stadium can accommodate up to 22,500 spectators, of which 18,000 are seated. With 23 domestic titles, Malmo are the most successful Swedish club. The Blues ended the season with a seven-point gap over AIK, scoring 63 goals and giving up 27.

To conclude, the Swedish team Malmo made it all the way to the European Cup final in the 1978/1979 season, but they fell short of winning the trophy. The title match between Nottingham Forest and Malmo was won by the English side, with Trevor John Francis scoring the game’s only goal (0-1). When playing at home, the Swedish site wear sky-blue shirts and white shorts, but when competing away from home, they wear black.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Bayern Munich v Dynamo Kyiv

Bayern Munich will host Dynamo Kiev in a David-versus-Goliath Champions League matchup. The Bavarians appear to be unstoppable at the moment, with a ninth consecutive victory in all competitions on the cards. Bayern Munich crushed Barcelona 3-0 at the Camp Nou in their opening match, and they will face an easy matchup in their second group fixture. Serge Gnabry has recovered from his injury, while Kingsley Coman and Corentin Tolisso are not available due to injuries.

The Ukrainians, on the other hand, drew 0-0 with Benfica in their Champions League campaign’s opening game. In their second game in Group E, Dynamo Kiev is looking to be successful and collect some points. Anything less than a routine home triumph would be a major surprise, seeing Bayern Munich scored 34 goals in the previous six matches all competitions.

Highlighted Team: Dynamo Kyiv

Dynamo Kyiv is the most successful football club in Ukraine, having never been relegated to a lower division since 1927. The Ukrainian club was formed as a branch of the Soviet Dynamo Sports Society, and after the fall of the Soviet Union, it became a member of the Ukrainian Premier League. Dynamo Kyiv has won the total of 28 national championships since its inception, with 13 of them coming during the Soviet period. The team have won 20 national cup titles, as well as three continental crowns in the form of two UEFA Cup Winners’ Cups and one Intertoto Cup.

Oleh Blokhin, a Ukrainian forward who played for Dynamo Kyiv and the Ukraine national team, remains the most successful player in the history of the club with 266 goals scored. However, Andriy Shevchenko, current Ukraine national team head coach and the most well-known player in Dynamo Kyiv history, is unquestionably the club’s most famous player. During two periods with the Ukrainian club, Sheva amassed a total of 124 goals.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Benfica v Barcelona

Benfica and Barcelona will meet at Estadio da Luz in what is anticipated to be one of the most exciting matches of Wednesday’s schedule. The Eagles have been fantastic in Portugal’s Primeira Liga this term, with the club leading the pack for the championship. Benfica began their Champions League campaign with a goalless draw, but they should be able to overcome the fallen Catalonian giants in front of Benfica fans. After netting a brace in a 3-1 victory over Guimaraes, Roman Yaremchuk should retain his place up front.

Radonjic, Goncalves, Seferovic, and Svilar are all doubtful to play on Wednesday due to injuries. At the back, Barcelona had a series of difficulties in a 3-0 loss to Bayern Munich, and given their lengthy list of injured players, a home victory is something to be expected. Ansu Fati has recovered from a lengthy ailment, but Pedri, Wague, Dembele, Braithwaite, Balde, Alba, and Aguero are still in the recovery room. Frankie de Jong is back from a domestic suspension.

Highlighted Team: Barcelona

Barca is a football club from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Barca was founded in 1899 and is considered one of the world’s best clubs. Luis Suarez won the 2016 La Liga “El Pichichi” award as Barcelona claimed its 24th league title. Barcelona have won five European Cup titles and have had a number of outstanding players over the years. Hristo Stoichkov, Romario, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, Johan Cruyff, and Diego Maradona are just a few of the players who have featured for Barca in the past.

But, without a doubt, Leo Messi has become the club’s brand. At Camp Nou, the stadium that opened in 1957, Barca welcomes their rivals. The rivalry between Barcelona and Real Madrid is arguably the greatest in Spain, but there are also significant rivalries with Espanyol and Valencia. The two Spanish La Liga titans collide in “El Clasico,” which is regarded one of the most thrilling derbies in world football. Barca is also well-known for La Masia, their football youth academy.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Juventus v Chelsea

When Juventus and Chelsea clash in the Champions League Group H game at Allianz Stadium, there will be fireworks. Juventus opened their campaign with a 3-0 victory over Malmo in the first leg of the Champions League, but they’ll have a much greater challenge on Wednesday. Following a pair of disappointing results in August, Juventus has developed some momentum recently, with the team defeating both Spezia and Sampdoria in its previous two league games. But, without a doubt, they would be satisfied with one point from the Champions League showdown.

In the recovery room, Paulo Dybala has joined Arthur, Nicolussi Caviglia, Kaio Jorge, and Rabiot. As for the Blues, they earned a hard-fought 1-0 win over Zenit with Romelu Lukaku’s goal in their opener. Although they’d like to get their task done as soon as possible in Group H, taking everything into account, they would be satisfied with a draw. Kai Havertz is pushing for a start after coming on as a substitute in a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City, while Mason Mount has just over an hour to be fit for the Allianz Stadium encounter.

Highlighted Team: Chelsea

Chelsea have shown themselves to be one of the most dominant forces in the English Premier League throughout the years. Roberto di Matteo assisted the team in winning their first ever Champions League title (2011/2012). However, it must be stated that they were extremely fortunate to defeat Bayern Munich in the championship bout. Stamford Bridge has been the home of Chelsea since 1876, and they are a tough team to beat at home.

The team has won eight FA Cups, five League Cups, two UEFA Cup Winners’ Trophies, the UEFA Europa League and the Champions League. In the 2012/2013 Europa League final, Rafael Benitez was in charge of the side that competed against Benfica, with Branislav Ivanovic scoring the game-winner for Chelsea. The Chelsea team won the Champions League in 2021, beating Manchester City. The last season was characterized by Thomas Tuchel’s presence.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Manchester United v Villarreal

Manchester United will play at Old Trafford on Wednesday, when they face Villarreal in the Champions League, the two clubs who met in last year’s Europa League final. Back in the day, the Yellows beat the Red Devils on penalties, implying that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team is gunning for payback. After a stunning 1-0 loss to Aston Villa, in which Bruno failed to convert a penalty in the stoppage time, the Norwegian manager is feeling the heat. Cristiano Ronaldo will be the player to watch for Manchester United, while Marcus Rashford is still in the hospital.

But whatever happens, the hosts are determined to make up for a 2-1 defeat to Young Boys in their opening match. Shaw is doubtful, but Wan-Bissaka is banned due to a red card. In their season opener, Villarreal drew 2-2 at Atalanta. The share of spoils is on the cards at Old Trafford, seeing as they managed to keep Real Madrid scoreless in the past week. Chukwueze and Raba are also out for the Canaries, while Gerard Moreno is nursing an injury.

Highlighted Team: Villarreal

The club was founded on March 10, 1923 as Villarreal CF. For the first time in the history of the club, Villarreal made it to La Liga in 1998. The club was unable to keep up with the competition in its first season, and it subsequently dropped down to the Segunda Division. In recent seasons, Villarreal has achieved a reliable status in the Primera Division. The club’s first European success was in 2003/2004, when it reached the semi finals of the UEFA Cup.

Villarreal ended the 2004/2005 season third in Spain’s Primera Division, which was a source of pride for the club.The greatest success was in 2006, when Villarreal qualified for the Champions League semi finals. The team lost in the semi-finals, losing by one goal against second-place Arsenal. Riquelme, Tomasson, Fernandez, Forlan, and Pires were all players for Villarreal in the past.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Salzburg v Lille

The game will take place at Red Bull Arena in Salzburg, which is sure to be a thrilling Champions League encounter. Les Dogues opened its campaign with a goalless draw against Wolfsburg, but the club has been in excellent form recently in Ligue 1, defeating both Reims and Strasbourg. Both Bamba and Sanches are injured, but there aren’t any suspended players on the opposing team. Burak Yilmaz, a seasoned attacker, was rested in the victory over Strasbourg, but he will almost certainly feature in the following encounter.

The Red Bulls, on the other hand, were very unlucky not to score in their opening game against Sevilla, missing two penalties in the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan match. The Salzburgers, on the other hand, are difficult to beat at home; we are confident that they will take something from their second group game. With an array of injuries to worry about, the home side is out of contention for all but six players: Junuzovic, Koita, Piatkowski, Solet, Vallci, and Wober.

Highlighted Team: Lille

Since their inception in 1944, OSC Lille have been a vital component of French football. In the 1945/1946 season, Les Douges claimed their first domestic triumph. After capturing their second Ligue 1 crown in 1954 they last won a domestic title 57 years later, in 2011. In the 2010/2011 season, Lille was in first place in the standings with eight points ahead of second-place Olympique Marseille, and it must be stated that Moussa Sow netted 25 goals for Lille.

Lille won three consecutive Coupe de France titles during the 1940s (1946, 1947, 1948), but they have yet to win the Coup de la Ligue. In the 2015/2016 Coupe de la Ligue, PSG faced les Dogues in the championship match, but Frederic Antonetti’s team proved to be not good enough to beat the les Parisiens in the title game. The capacity of the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille is 50.186, where Lille play their home games. The stadium was completed in August, 2017 for a total investment of €282 million.

Champions League Week 2 Odds for Wolfsburg v Sevilla

After sharing the spoils with Lille in their Champions League opening match, Wolfsburg will try to regain momentum when they visit Sevilla at home on Wednesday night. The Wolves began the campaign brightly, but they ended up losing 3-1 to Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga last Saturday. All three Bialek, Otavio, and Schlager are expected to be out of the match due to injuries, while Luca Waldschmidt should return to the starting line-up.

Los Sevillanos opened the season with a 1-1 draw against Salzburg, scoring only one of three penalties. The Andalusians are hoping to win their first game of the tournament, but overcoming Wolfsburg on the road is a tall order. We think that betting on draw has a lot of value, taking everything into account. The visitors’ attacker En Nesyri is suspended, while Oliver Torres continues to recover in the treatment room.

Highlighted Team: Sevilla

The Andalusian city of Seville has a football team named Sevilla Futbol Club. The team is competing in the Spanish First Division and plays at Estadio Ramo Sanchez Pizjuan as its home venue. The capacity to seat 45.500 football supporters. The greatest rivalry for Sevilla FC is with Real Betis Sevilla, the city’s rival. Sevilla’s second team is known as Sevilla Atletico, and it competes in the Segunda Division B.

Los Nervionenses and Los Rojiblancos are two of the most popular Sevilla nicknames. In 1946, Sevilla won its first La Liga crown. In Spain, Sevilla has won the Copa del Rey four times. The team had greater success in European competitions. The team has won the Europa League four times, and it is currently the most successful club in the competition. The most legendary players to don the colors of Sevilla FC are Suker, Zamorano, Alves, Ramos, Rakitic, and Diego Maradona.