MANCHESTER (Sporting Alert) — Matchday six in Champions League football Tuesday night is set for some drama with several high-profiled teams looking to save their season in Europe. Among the teams under threat is Juventus and according to Sky soccer betting, Galatasaray are at 11/1 to dump the Serie A side 1-0.
Juventus are sitting second in Group B behind Real Madrid with six points, while Galatasaray are in third with four. Real Madrid are leading the group with 13 points and if you are a football betting/soccer betting person then you would certainly back the Spanish giants to ease past FC Copenhagen on the road.
This means that all Juventus would need is a draw against Galatasaray to go through.
Easier said than done, right.
Elsewhere in Champions League football Tuesday night, holders and Group D leaders Bayern Munich will look to complete a perfect record in the group stage when they face Manchester City, with both teams already qualified for the last 16. According to Sky football betting, Bayern Munich is at 21/10 to win 2-0. Manchester City need to win 3-0 to top the group.
Another English Premier League football side in action Tuesday are Manchester United and they only need a point against Shakhtar Donetsk at Old Trafford to finish as Group A winners.
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Champions League Football Schedule @ 2:45 pm EST
Real Sociedad v Bayer Leverkusen
Galatasaray v Juventus
FC Copenhagen v Real Madrid
Benfica v Paris St Germain
Olympiakos Piraeus v Anderlecht
Bayern Munich v Manchester City
Viktoria Plzen v CSKA Moscow
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