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Manchester City require just a point against a familiar foe on Tuesday night as they host Shakhtar Donetsk for the third consecutive season as they look to confirm their passage through to the last 16. City’s indifferent start in the Premier League has not been replicated on the continental scene and there’s a belief within the club that this year will finally see them go all the way.
Against tonight’s Ukrainian visitors, City will have to get the job done without Sergio Aguero as the Argentine hitman suffered a muscle injury against Chelsea at the weekend and is expected to be absent for a number of games. If this was City against a stronger side then that would be a problem, but they should have more than enough in reserve to win this game and win it well.
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At the impressive Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Tuesday, Jose Mourinho takes charge of Spurs for his first home game as his new side takes on Olympiakos. The matchday one meeting between the teams brought plenty of goals as the Greek giants rallied to claim a 2-2 draw after being two goals down, but they should find things a lot more difficult this time around.
The feel-good factor brought in by Mourinho should stick around as Spurs aim to make it through to the last 16 and finally put a positive light on what has been a disastrous campaign so far. They’ve shown that they can score goals against Olympiakos and the fact that their opponents don’t travel well means that a rejuvenated Spurs should be out of sight by half-time.
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Tuesday’s heavyweight clash sees Real Madrid welcome Paris St Germain as they look to gain revenge for their drubbing in the French capital on matchday one. Since that fixture, Madrid’s form has massively improved with a number of their players finally demonstrating the passion and ability that their famed white jersey deserves. Tuesday’s encounter will show just how far they’ve come or if there’s more work to do.
PSG, similar to Manchester City, are desperate for a European Cup following years of domestic dominance. In recent seasons, the Parisians, despite all their wealth and talent, have often been found lacking against the continent’s biggest clubs, but their recent win over Madrid is perhaps a sign they’re getting it right. This battle could be closely fought, but PSG are the value to sneak a tight game.
In Wednesday’s standout game, Liverpool are at home to Napoli as they look to gain revenge on the Italian side following their 2-0 loss in Naples earlier in the competition. Victory for Liverpool will cement their status at the top of the group and provide Jurgen Klopp with a brilliant opportunity to rest vital personnel when they travel to Salzburg in their final group game ahead of an incredible winter schedule.
Napoli’s preparations have been hampered by the news that attacking duo Lorenzo Insigne and Arkadiusz Milik will both be side-lined with injuries. That is devastating news for Napoli who’ll want to avoid a repeat of last season’s 1-0 defeat at Anfield. Liverpool are in scintillating form at the moment as they just keep grinding out results, and they should be backed to get the job done easily against a depleted Napoli team.
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