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Crvena Zvezda - RB Leipzig PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, November 7, 2023.
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EVENT: Crvena Zvezda – RB Leipzig
TIPS: Away Win | Odds: 1.60@Unibet | Result: 1:2 WIN!!!

Crvena Zvezda – RB Leipzig Predictions and Preview

  • Time is running out if Red Star Belgrade are to reach the knockout rounds of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) for the first time in their history. The 1990/91 European Cup winners sit bottom of Group G after picking up just one point from their opening three games (D1, L2), earning the unwanted title of the joint-second worst defence in this stage of the competition due to already conceding eight goals.
  • It has been a different story for Barak Bakhar’s side domestically, where they have won five of their last six league fixtures (D1), meaning they have climbed into second place in the Super Liga – form they’ll now hope to transfer onto the continental stage. Their issues at the back are present whatever the competition though, as they have gone five outings without keeping a clean sheet, including a 3-1 defeat to RB Leipzig, visitors for this match, last month.
  • The German outfit will be hoping they can rekindle that kind of form, as they are at risk of registering three straight defeats for the first time since April. It has been a bad week for the Red Bulls, whose reign as defending champions of the DFB-Pokal came to an end at the hands of Wolfsburg, while they also suffered a shock loss to Mainz at the weekend, failing to score in either fixture.
  • That has piled the pressure on manager Marco Rose, although he insists he’s “got a lot of faith in the team” to turn things around. The players have the perfect motivation to up their game as well, as a victory in this fixture could be enough to take RB Leipzig through to the knock-out stages, depending on Young Boys’ result against Manchester City, thanks to registering two wins from their three group outings so far (L1).
  • Players to watch: Red Star’s Jean-Philippe Krasso has helped his team to victory in ten of the last 13 games in which he has scored (D2, L1). Looking to out-do him might be Benjamin Sesko, who already has one UCL goal to his name this season, while 16 of his last 18 strikes have come after half-time.
  • Hot stat: Each of RB Leipzig’s three UCL matches this season have finished 3-1 (W2, L1).