Real Madrid kick off against a legendary club in the Champions League




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The reigning Champions League trophy holder Real Madrid begins tonight its participation in the group stage of the new edition of the competition. The 14-time European champions visit one of the legendary clubs in Europe – Celtic.

Real Madrid and Celtic – two teams in excellent form

The Scottish champions have been drawn in a group with Real, Shakhtar and RB Leipzig and are certainly ambitious to reach the knockout stages of the tournament. Celtic is in excellent form – seven consecutive victories since the beginning of the new season, and in the last round they defeated the great enemy Rangers with 4:0.

Will there be a “rain of goals” in the match between Celtic and Real Madrid?

Real Madrid are also perfect: they won the European Super Cup as well as their first four games in La Liga. For today’s match in the Champions League efbet offers 5.40 odds for a Celtic win, 4.30 for a draw and 1.61 for a Real Madrid win.

Celtic have scored as many as 17 goals in their last three games (an average of almost 6 goals per game). Real scored 9 goals in their last three matches (an average of 3 per game). For today’s clash efbet offers 1.69 odds for over 2.5 goals and for goal/goal the rate is 1.77.

*The odds offered by the bookmaker are subject to change.

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