Match Preview: Real Madrid 6-0 Galatasaray (Champions League) on November 6, 2019 | Free Betting Tips

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Champions League – Group Stage – Round 4
EVENT: Real Madrid – Galatasaray
TIPS: Under 4.5 Goals | Odds: 1.42@1xbet | Result: 6:0 LOST

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Massively odds-on to win, Real Madrid should arrest what is currently a three-game winless run at home (D1, L2) in the UEFA Champions League (UCL). However, a majority (three) of Real’s last five UCL wins have come by a single-goal margin, so tension may yet prevail.
Matchday three’s reverse encounter marked Real’s third consecutive UCL H2H win over Galatasaray (W5, L2 in UCL overall). It was also the first occasion since November 2018 that the ‘Galacticos’ have won after leading at half-time in a UCL fixture.
Close to elimination already, Galatasaray are winless in eight UCL games (D2, L6), scoring in just one of those outings. The last two away losses in that sequence came by a 2-0 scoreline, with both halves lost 1-0 but no goals conceded after the hour mark.
In a macabre show of ‘consistency’, Galatasaray’s last three UCL away defeats have seen them concede exactly once in the 46th-60th minute period. Chances of a comeback may be remote if that happens again, with Galatasaray scoring no prior second-half goals in any UCL H2H at this venue.
Players to watch: Toni Kroos’ last two goals for Real have come inside the first 20 minutes of play. The first of those was netted in the reverse UCL encounter.
Galatasaray’s Selçuk İnan was the last goalscorer in his side’s most recent UCL win (September 2018). In turn, Galatasaray’s last two UCL wins have seen him net a penalty.
Stat attack: Real have won by a three-goal margin in the three prior UCL H2Hs at the Bernabeu Stadium.
Across all venues, the last five H2Hs have averaged 4.2 total goals per-match. However, none of them saw a first half produce over 2.5 goals.
Galatasaray have not scored a single first-half goal in the course of their last nine UCL away defeats.
November 2013 marks the last time they did so during a UCL defeat. The opponents? Real Madrid!