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Current UCL Group Tables & Match Review Ahead Of Today’s Match


Dinamo Zagreb vs Chelsea

Chelsea will go to Croatia on Tuesday evening to play Dinamo Zagreb in their first Champions League match of the season.

Chelsea came back from a goal down to defeat London rivals West Ham United 2-1 in their most recent match. Ben Chiwell and Kai Havertz scored to seal the Blues’ late comeback, while Maxwell Cornet was denied an equalizer in the 90th minute as VAR controversially ruled Jarrod Bowen fouled Edouard Mendy in the build-up.

Ben Chilwell, who came off the bench against West Ham and played really well, is anticipated to start for Leicester City on Tuesday despite the possibility that Tuchel would rotate his players. N’Golo Kante and Thiago Silva are both unable to play due to injuries, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Denis Zakaria, who both signed on the last day of the transfer window, have been placed in the travelling squad. The latter has also had his work visa approved.

Fofana was able to get a shot off from close range after a Chelsea corner kick pinballed about the area and eventually landed at his feet, but the French defender blasted too quickly and his attempt went over the bar. Havertz had three chances to score in a one-on-one situation in the second half, but the German directed all of his shots directly at the goalkeeper who was coming out to defend the net. As a result, the Blues won the game 1-0.

Celtic vs Real Madrid

Ange Postecoglou, manager of Celtic, will not adjust his strategy against Real Madrid in the Champions League, arguing that more risks may lead to better possibilities.

They enter Tuesday night’s group opener against the current European champions on a high, having defeated Rangers 4-0 in the opening Old Firm encounter of the season to take an early five-point lead in the championship chase.

Celtic’s quick-paced offensive strategy has resulted in 29 goals in eight domestic games this season, with just two surrendered.

PSG vs Juventus

Both teams have been on top of their domestic leagues for the past ten years, but they have never done well on the continental stage. In 2015 and 2017, Juventus made it all the way to the final, but they lost both times. PSG, on the other hand, lost to Bayern Munich in the 2020 championship game.

Last season, both clubs lost in the Round of 16, so they will want to do at least one better this season. PSG got better over the summer, and now, with Christophe Galtier in charge, they are tearing through the French top league. Juventus has also made some changes to their team, but they no longer have the aura of being unbeatable that they had in Serie A.

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