UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid vs LiverpoolPublished November 4, 2014 by Sol FH
Liverpool look to stay alive and avoid another defeat at the hands of Real tonight at 19:45 (UK).
The Reds travel to Spain to take on arguably the best team in soccer right now, Real Madrid. In their last match against one another on October 22, Real Madrid beat Liverpool decisively after a pair of goals by Karim Benzema and another by Cristiano Ronaldo. Liverpool are looking to stay alive in the Champions League and even the equation against their Spanish rivals, but it may be a task way too tall as Real are virtually unbeatable at home.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema are proving to be one of the most dynamic duos of recent years. Both players are in the prime of their careers, with Ronaldo just one goal away from the Champion's League all-time scoring lead, and Benzema already with 9 goals netted in 13 starts.
If Madrid can beat Liverpool tonight, they will qualify for the knockout rounds, finishing atop Group B. This would put them with the other potential qualifiers: Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, and FC Porto, leaving two games to left to play.
Real Madrid has been unstoppable lately and no one knows that better than former Liverpool defender, Alvaro Arbeloa, "We are on a good run, we have won 11 in a row and we want to make it 12 against Liverpool." They haven't lost a European competition match at home since April 2011 and their current winning streak has outscored opponents 46-7.
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Real Madrid are huge favorites to win tonight, having odds by UK online sportsbook, bet365 at 1.22 as opposed to the 13.00 given to Liverpool. Punters have the chance to try their luck with Correct Score, Half Time and Full Time Result, Over/Under, GoalScorers, Asian Handicap, Scorecast, Wincast, Timecast and much more.
This game should end in favor of the home town heroes, Real Madrid and it might be yet another blow-out. Expect a high scoring game with Real winning 4-1.