Bayern vs Celtic – Champions League: In one of the matches of this group B of the Champions League…
The German champions will face the Scottish champions, on a match played in Munich, at the Allianz Arena;
On the home side, we have Bayern München, managed by Jupp Heynckes, and on the visitors’ side we have Celtic, managed by Brendan Rodgers, in what will be third encounter between these two sides.
Heynckes won’t be able to have Manuel Neuer, Franck Ribery, Juan Bernat, Niklas Dorsch and Fabian Benko at his disposal, while Rodgers won’t be able to count with Jozo Simunovic and will possible have the returns of Anthony Ralston, Stuart Armstrong and the captain Scott Brown, who might be ready to play already.
The German side goes into this match after one of the worst starts of the season of the past few years, in terms of results and performances.
Which resulted on the dismissal of their coach Carlo Ancelotti from the managerial job and the return of their former manager Jupp Heynckes from retirement to take Bayern up to its full potential again.
On the Champions League, the team goes into this match with the same points as Celtic, having 1 win and 1 loss, and the same goal record.
As for Celtic, they are maintaining, more or less, a similar dominance in terms of the internal competitions, having great efficiency in terms of points (getting 23 out of 27 possible), although they have Aberdeen keeping them on their toes.
In the Champions League, after a heavy loss at home, against PSG, the team has won, categorically, in Brussels, taking a giant step towards qualifying for, at least, the Europa League, which is great, considering the tough group they were placed on.
Bayern vs Celtic – Betting Tip and Prediction:
The difference between these two sides is substantial and I believe that, on a good day, we might see Bayern, even with some important absences, battering the Scottish champions who, despite having improved in terms of competitiveness with Brendan Rodgers, are still a team without expression on the International competitions.
Heynckes’ team left some good impressions on their win over Freiburg (the well-known “honeymoon phase” has made another “victim”) on the weekend, and that can be a good indicator for the Bavarians’ next matches.
Still, I believe Bayern will win comfortably, if they are able to re-enact the positive indicators left by them on their last match.
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