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Fenerbahce – Khimki

Two teams coming off Round 6 wins and looking to turn them into winning streaks meet when Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul hosts Khimki Moscow Region. Fenerbahce bested Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv 65-75 last week behind Ali Muhammed, who went off for 17 points on 5-of-6 three-point shooting off the bench. Khimki topped Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade 83-77 with the backcourt duo of Errick McCollum and Alexey Shved controlling things.

Defense has been Fenerbahce’s calling card so far this season with it allowing 72.3 points per game. Khimki’s averages to date don’t mean much since the team has not yet played at full strength, but when it has Alexey Shved and Errick McCollum together, it is as dynamic as any backcourt in the competition. Fenerbahce will rely on Lorenzo Brown, Nando De Colo, Ali Muhammed and Melih Mahmutoglu to do their best in wearing down the Khimki stars at both ends of the floor.

Khimki is still finding the balance with so many players having missed games this season. The roster has a powerful frontline with Jonas Jerebko, Devin Booker, Jordan Mickey and Greg Monroe – a foursome that could cause trouble for any team. Khimki needs to make sure that the big men stay involved on the offensive end, which would keep opponents off balance and give Coach Kurtinaitis the explosive attack he desires.

Stefan Jovic has missed the first six games of the season. Sergey Monia has missed the last three games.

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Zalgiris – Real

High-flying Zalgiris Kaunas will look to at least keep its share of first place when it hosts Real Madrid on Friday. The Lithuanian champs come off a 74-83 win at LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne – their fourth road win in as many games – behind 25 points from October MVP Marius Grigonis. Now Zalgiris looks for its second home win. Real, which is winless in three road games, bested FC Bayern Munich last week 100-82 behind 19 points from Jaycee Carroll.

The Real Madrid’s offense is always dangerous and Zalgiris must do everything possible to keep the visitors from getting easy points. Attacking the offensive glass through Joffrey Lauvergne, Nigel Hayes and Martinas Geben could keep Real from getting its way in transition. Zalgiris has drawn the joint-fourth-fewest fouls this season (19.5 per game), though its 91.1% free-throw shooting is the league’s best. Attacking the basket more and drawing more fouls would only benefit the hosts.

Zalgiris swingman Patricio Garino will be out of action until December after a knee operation.

Real has not been aggressive so far this season, which can be seen from the fact that its opponents have averaged a mere 11.2 turnovers per game, which is second-fewest in the league. If the pressure is not on the playmakers, Real needs to intimidate in the paint thanks to Walter Tavares and Usman Garuba. Zalgiris has made 56.3% of its two-pointers this season and shutting down its game in the paint would be a boost to Real’s chances.

Felipe Reyes has missed Real’s first six games of the season. Fabien Causeur tested positive for COVID-19 and missed last week’s game.

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Bayern – Crvena Zvezda

Two teams coming off Round 6 losses meet when FC Bayern Munich hosts Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade on Friday. Bayern saw its winning streak snapped last week with a 100-82 loss at Real Madrid. Zvezda slipped back into the losing column with an 83-77 defeat at Khimki.

Bayern has been excellent on the glass this season. It is outrebounding opponents by 6.7 per game and its 11.5 offensive rebounds per game are fourth-best in the league, led by Jalen Reynolds. Another strong effort on the glass would be a great help for Zvezda to hold off Bayern and add another win to its record.

Zvezda will look to keep its perfect record against Bayern intact on Friday, but it will be no easy task. The visitors have the poorest numbers of the league in two-point shooting (46.3%), and that’s something they will have to work on. The main job for Zvezda players will be to establish its place in the game early so that Bayern doesn’t catch fire as it has in recent weeks.

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Panathinaikos – CSKA Moscow

A classic EuroLeague matchup will have another chapter written on Friday when Panathinaikos OPAP Athens welcomes CSKA Moscow to the Greek capital in Round 7. Both teams returned to the winning path last week and now one of them will turn that into a winning streak. Panathinaikos last defeated Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul at home, 82-68, while CSKA bested Valencia Basket 84-75.

After only winning its opening game, Panathinaikos was back on track last week and will look to keep on building on that against the defending champs. The Greens will have to focus on stopping Will Clyburn and former teammate Mike James, as they are CSKA’s main offensive weapons, but must beware of dominant big men Nikola Milutinov and Toko Shengelia, too.

CSKA will travel to Athens with the goal of adding another win in a game that could come down to a single free throw. The main weapon for the visitors against the Greens seems to be long-range shooting and we will probably see plenty of that in another homecoming for Coach Dimitris Itoudis. A good shooting night could make the difference.

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Valencia – Milano

EuroLeague action lands in Spain once again as Valencia Basket hosts AX Armani Exchange Milan on Friday in Round 7. Valencia suffered its second defeat last week at CSKA, 84-75, while Milan has not played since it defeated Real Madrid at home, 78-70, on October 16. Valencia will look to get back to its best form while Milan will have to shake off the rust from its two-week stop.

Valencia has more rhythm in the competition than Milan and will enter the game hungry after its loss to CSKA. Milan has one of the best shooting percentages in the league from beyond the arc, so the hosts will have to look out for those shooters in open positions. Valencia will have to make good use of its league-best 59.7% on two-point shots and not get over-confident due to playing a team that has not seen the courts in a couple of weeks.

Vanja Marinkovic won’t be available against Milan due to shoulder injury. Joan Sastre is sidelined with a partial tear to the internal lateral ligament of his right knee.

Milan will have two opponents on Friday: Valencia and itself, as it tries to get back into rhythm missing a beat. The visitors will have to increase its league-low 13.8 assists per game and do so with Malcolm Delaney not expected back yet from a sprained ankle. That puts a lot of pressure on Sergio Rodriguez. On defense, stopping Valencia’s big men is the main goal if Milan expects to win.

Kevin Punter has been sidelined for the start of the season with a hip flexor. Malcolm Delaney is expected to be out until mid-November with a sprained ankle. Vladimir Micov has missed the start of the season with an elbow injury.

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Fenerbahce – Valencia

Fenerbahce (4-6) is on a three-game losing streak in which it was without scoring leader and former Valencia guard Nando De Colo. Without him, Lorenzo Brown (12.4 ppg.), Jan Vesely (10.7 ppg.) and Jarell Eddie (7.8 ppg.) have been leading the team. Valencia (6-3) comes off back-to-back home wins and looks for its third road victory this season. Klemen Prepelic (12.3 ppg.) has been its top scorer followed by Bojan Dubljevic (11.6 ppg.) and Nikola Kalinic (9.4 ppg.). Expect a thrilling showdown at Ulker Sports and Event Hall.

Fenerbahce has allowed 92.3 points on average in its last three losses, so a defensive improvement is required to be more competitive. In Fenerbahce’s case, more efficient offense would lead to better defensive numbers. Fenerbahce ranks last in offensive rebounds (7.4 orpg.) and fourth in turnovers (14.9 per game). Having more second-chance options and taking better care of the ball are keys for Fenerbahce to avoid easy points in transitions, so intangibles like focus and intensity are required.

De Colo will be sidelined until early December with a calf muscle injury.

Former Fenerbahce players Kalinic and Williams give Valencia a lot of versatility at forward and the visitors have to make the most out of it. Prepelic has been on fire lately, breaking his EuroLeague career-bests several times, and Dubljevic set personal-best marks in assists last week. Valencia must keep sharing the ball well – its 1.66 assist-to-turnover ratio is the second-best in the competition. Stopping Vesely and Ahmet Duverioglu is also important for the Spanish powerhouse.

Joan Sastre is sidelined with a partial tear to the internal lateral ligament of his right knee.

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Panathinaikos – Bayern

Panathinaikos (2-6) is currently on a four-game losing streak and hopes to put an end to it at OAKA. Nemanja Nedovic (14.0 ppg.), Ioannis Papapetrou (13.0 ppg.) and Shelvin Mack (11.7 ppg.) have been its top scorers so far this season. Bayern (7-3) is off to its best start in the EuroLeague despite coming off a home loss against CSKA Moscow. Vladimir Lucic (14.3 ppg., 4.9 rpg.), Wade Baldwin IV (13.9 ppg., 4.1 apg.) and Jalen Reynolds (12.7 ppg., 6.7 rpg.) have been its pillars until now.

Panathinaikos has a size advantage in the paint with Georgios Papagiannis and Dinos Mitoglou down low and must make the most of it. The Greens can rely on Papapetrou and Howard Sant-Roos not only to stop Lucic, but to generate advantages on offense with their one-on-one skills. Panathinaikos has a lot of firepower with players like Nedovic, Mack and Marcus Foster, but ranks 11th assists at just 16.5 per night. If the Greens can control the game tempo, the offense will come, as the team is full of great shooters.

Bayern has excelled on three-point defense, allowing scorers to make just 31.0% of their shots from downtown. If the German powerhouse can keep Panathinaikos close to that number, it will be on the right path. Bayern ranks 13th in fouls drawn (19.7) but fifth in free throws attempted (18.9), which says a lot about the team’s basketball IQ and overall aggressiveness. As always, getting Baldwin and Lucic involved on offense is critical for Coach Andrea Trinchieri’s team.

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Villeurbanne – Barcelona

LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne (1-6) will look to try to snap a three-game losing streak when it hosts top-ranked FC Barcelona (8-1) on Friday. Two of ASVEL’s last three losses have come by just a single point. Barcelona has won seven straight, the last three of which have been by double figures. Barcelona is 3-1 on the road this season.

Barcelona leads the league in two-point shooting at 59.6% and though not all of those are near the rim, the size ASVEL and shot-clocking ability the home team boasts between Fall, Ismael Bako and Kevarrius Hayes could cut down on Barcelona’s ability to get layups in half-court plays. Taking away those shots could change the game and give ASVEL an advantage.

Though Barcelona’s offense has been elite, the team makes its biggest marks on defense, holding teams to just 69.4 points per game. ASVEL (70.6 ppg.) is last in the league in scoring, so another strong defensive effort could be all the visitors need in this one if Mirotic, Davies and Kyle Kuric deliver the goods on offense.

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CSKA – Real Madrid

This showdown is between the last two Turkish Airlines EuroLeague champions. Both teams are on five-game winning streaks, which adds even more anticipation to this exciting showdown. Mike James (18.6 ppg.) has been CSKA’s top scorer until now, followed by Will Clyburn (16.4 ppg.) and Darrun Hilliard (11.1 ppg.). Real is currently led by Walter Tavares (10.3 ppg., 6.0 rpg.), Trey Thompkins (10.9 ppg.) and Sergio Llull (10.1 ppg.). Expect a top-class game between the two winningest teams in competition history.

CSKA has scored 84 points or more in each win in its current streak. That has allowed the Russian powerhouse to lead the EuroLeague standings at 83.0 points per game. It all starts with strong defense, a high rhythm, and players like Joel Bolomboy, Nikita Kurbanov and Daniel Hackett bringing intensity at both ends. CSKA is expected to keep running its offense through James, Clyburn and Milutinov, but has a lot of talented players to involve in the offense if it becomes a defensive slugfest.

Nico Laprovittola, Carlos Alocen and Sergio Llull are expected to share the point guard duties from now on. Real has a size advantage in the paint with tall, experienced players such as Tavares, Thompkins and Anthony Randolph. If Jeffery Taylor remains sidelined, Rudy Fernandez and Alberto Abalde will have the tough mission to guard Clyburn. Real must prevent CSKA from circulating the ball well, getting Milutinov involved and as always, must lock down the defensive glass to get its trademark transition offense going.

Fabien Causeur tested positive for COVID-19 and has not played since Round 2.

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Zalgiris – Zenit

After a great start, Zalgiris is on a four-game losing streak and hopes to bounce back right away. Marius Grigonis, Thomas Walkup, Joffrey Lauvergne and sixth-man Lukas Lekavicius have led the Lithuanian champs so far this season. Billy Baron, Kevin Pangos, Arturas Gudaitis and Will Thomas have been Zenit’s pillars. With two masterminds like Martin Schiller and Xavi Pascual on the respective benches, expect a first-class tactical battle at Zalgirio Arena.

Zalgiris has allowed 85 points or more in each of its games on its current losing streak. Improving its defense is mandatory to be more competitive. Collapsing the paint to contain Gudaitis or Thomas and cutting down on turnovers, which would allow Zenit to get points in transition, are keys. Zalgiris must speed up the game tempo with Walkup and Lekavicius, making the most of its mobile big men, Lauvergne and Augustine Rubit, in transition.

Zalgiris swingman Patricio Garino will be out of action until December after a knee operation.

Zenit is a very tactical, five-on-five offense team with excellent ball circulation, always looking for good shots without rushing them. They have a lot of versatility at forward with Thomas and Alex Poythress and reliable shooters in Baron and Rivers. KC Rivers and Gudaitis have played for Zalgiris in the past and their extra motivation will be a plus for Coach Pascual’s team. If Pangos and Dmitry Khvostov can control the game tempo and slow it down, Zenit is expected to have more chances to win.

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Crvena Zvezda – Efes

Crvena Zvezda returns home after a bittersweet two-round week in which it registered a 79-87 win in Milan and a 76-65 loss in Barcelona. Jordan Loyd (19.2 ppg.) has been Zvezda’s top scorer until now, followed by Corey Walden (12.2 ppg.) and Johnny O’Bryant (10.8 ppg.). Efes comes off a convincing 77-105 road victory against Khimki Moscow Region. Shane Larkin (16.0 ppg.), Krunoslav Simon (14.6 ppg.) and Vasilije Micic (13.7 ppg.) are the team’s main pillars. Expect an exciting game at Aleksandar Nikolic Hall.

Zvezda needs to improve its two-point shooting percentage as it currently ranks last overall at 48.3%. Dejan Davidovac, Ognjen Kuzmic and Emanuel Terry, however, are shooting over 60% inside the arc, so getting them involved on offense would generate more space for Loyd and Walden to play one-on-one. Zvezda is averaging 6.6 steals and 10.4 offensive rebounds and that aggressiveness at both ends is required when you play a deep, talented team like Efes.

Larkin comes off his best game of the season, which is great news for Efes and bad for everyone else. Larkin was a dominant force in the EuroLeague last season and he makes everyone around him better. If Bryant Dunston remains sidelined, Tibor Pleiss and Sertac Sanli are set to share the center duties. Getting Micic and Simon involved is important, too, as is spreading the floor with either Chris Singleton and Adrien Moerman at power forward. If Efes can rebound and run, it is a very hard team to stop.

Bryant Dunson has missed Efes’s last four games. Rodrigue Beaubois has missed the last two games.

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ALBA Berlin – Khimki

In a clash of two teams near the bottom of the standings that split their games last week, ALBA Berlin hosts Khimki Moscow Region on Thursday. ALBA boasts a balanced attack so even without injured sharpshooter Marcus Eriksson, it has seven more players averaging at least 7 points. Khimki features six players averaging double figures in scoring led by Alexey Shved (18.0 ppg., 8.6 apg.) and Devin Booker (16.2 ppg., 8.4 rpg.).

ALBA is undefeated this season when it has scored at least 75 points, and it has now held its opponents to that number in three games in a row. What’s more, Khimki has allowed more points (85.6 ppg.) than any teams in the league. With Peyton Siva back at point guard, ALBA is close to full strength, though it is missing an important perimeter threat in the injured Marcus Eriksson. If Niels Giffey and co. can pick up the slack from behind the three-point line and the ALBA offense gets going, it can challenge for its second win.

ALBA will be without shooting guard Marcus Eriksson and forward Lorenz Brenneke for the next few weeks due to ankle injuries.

Despite the presence of a strong and deep frontline with Devin Booker, Jonas Jerebko, Jordan Mickey and Greg Monroe, Khimki has been outrebounded this season and is only converting 51.3% of its two-point shots, which is in the bottom fourth of the league. The talent is there for Khimki to dominate inside and controlling the paint in Berlin could put it in position for a second consecutive road win.

Stefan Jovic has not played yet this season due to an ankle injury. Devin Booker has not played since Round 5.

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Olympiacos – Baskonia

Olympiacos Piraeus hosts TD Systems Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz on Thursday. While Baskonia captured two victories during the two rounds played last week, Olympiacos was forced to the sidelines due to quarantine restrictions and missed its last two scheduled games. How quickly it can regain its form will be critical to this game.

Olympiacos will be both well-rested and potentially rusty after more than a week at home. How quickly it can find its footing in the game will be key. Without a single player averaging double figures in points, Olympiacos relies heavily on teamwork and depth. Its high-energy players such as Shaquielle McKissic, Kostas Papanikolaou and Charles Jenkins could be more important than ever versus Baskonia.

Baskonia is third in the league in rebounding (35.3 rpg.) and has outrebounded its opponents in all four of its wins this season. Between the height of Youssoupha Fall, the activity of Achille Polonara, the power of Tonye Jekiri and the assistance from the backcourt of Henry and Tadas Sedekerskis, Baskonia has the tools to deal with Olympiacos’s tough big guys. Controlling the glass and getting out in transition could set the stage for Baskonia first road win of the season.

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Maccabi – Milano

Maccabi Playtika Tel Aviv seeks to put an end to its two-game slide against an AX Armani Exchange Milan side trying for its first winning streak since Rounds 1 and 2. After dropping just one home game last season, the Israeli champs are 2-2 in Tel Aviv this season and trying to recapture that lost magic. Milan is 1-2 on the road this season.

Three-point shooting is so important to the Maccabi attack to stretch the floor for Ante Zizic inside and to allow the guards to penetrate. With Dragan Bender, Angelo Caloiaro and Oz Blayzer all able to hit from the outside as power forwards, not to mention the firepower in shooters Wilbekin, Tyler Dorsey and Elijah Bryant, getting threes to fall is a must. So far Maccabi’s 35.6% shooting from deep is in the bottom quarter of the standings, but the team is 41.0% in wins. Getting a number close to that would make a big difference for Coach Sfairopoulos’s men.

Sandy Cohen has been suspended by the club for this week’s game.

The second-most accurate shooting from downtown (40.3%) and the second-fewest turnovers (11.3 per game) in the league are keys to winning on any court. What Milan needs to add to that in Tel Aviv is a strong showing on the boards. Milan is ranked 15th of 18 teams in rebounding (30.4 rpg.), while Maccabi (35.8 rpg.) leads the league and is fourth in offensive rebounding (10.6 orpg.). Kyle Hines, Zach LeDay and Kaleb Tarczewski must make their presence felt on the glass to help Milan score another key road win.

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Atletico – Lokomotiv

Atlético: Oblak; Trippier, Savić, Giménez, Lodi; Carrasco, Koke, Ñíguez, Llorente; Correa, Félix
Out: Herrera (hamstring), Vrsaljko (knee), Sánchez (thigh), Suárez (illness), Torreira (illness)

Lokomotiv: Guilherme; Zhivoglyadov, Ćorluka, Murilo, Rybus; Rybchinskii, Krychowiak, Kulikov, Miranchuk; Éder, Zé Luís
Out: Barinov (knee), Smolov (hamstring)
Doubtful: Magkeev (hamstring), Ignatyev (calf)

Football bullet Tip: 2-0 Correct Score at 5.50 – bet365

Bayern – Salzburg

Bayern: Neuer; Pavard, Boateng, Martínez, Alaba; Goretzka, Roca, Gnabry, Müller, Sané; Lewandowski
Out: Davies (ankle), Kimmich (knee), Tolisso (muscle), Sarr (thigh), Süle (fitness)
Doubtful: Hernández (unspecified)

Salzburg: Stanković; Ulmer, Wöber, Ramalho, Kristensen; Szoboszlai, Camara, Mwepu, Okafor; Koita, Berisha
Out: Bernede (shin), Daka (hamstring), Okugawa (adductor)
Doubtful: Junuzović (thigh)

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Gladbach – Shakhtar

Mönchengladbach: Sommer; Lainer, Elvedi, Ginter, Wendt; Kramer, Neuhaus, Wolf, Stindl, Thuram; Embolo
Out: Bensebaini (illness), Hofmann (thigh), Pléa (illness)

Shakhtar: Pyatov; Dodô, Kryvtsov, Matviyenko, Marquinhos; Marcos Antônio, Stepanenko, Alan Patrick; Tetê, Júnior Moraes, Solomon
Out: Korniienko (ankle), Ismaily (knee), Khocholava (unspecified), Konoplyanka (adductor), Dentinho (unspecified), Taison (unspecified), Kovalenko (fitness)
Doubtful: Trubin (isolating), Bondar (isolating), Marlos (isolating)

Football bullet Tip: Shakhtar to score in 1st half at 1.90 – bet365

Inter – Real

Inter: Handanovič; Škriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni; Hakimi, Barella, Gagliardini, Vidal, Young; Lukaku, Martínez
Out: Brozović (illness), Kolarov (illness), Padelli (Illness), Sensi (thigh)
Doubtful: Pinamonti (ankle)

Real Madrid: Courtois; Carvajal, Varane, Nacho, Mendy; Modrić, Casemiro; Vinícius/Ødegaard, Hazard, Asensio; Mariano
Out: Valverde (tibia), Ramos (hamstring), Jović (illness), Militão (illness), Benzema (adductor), Odriozola (calf)

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Olympiakos – Manchester City

Olympiacos: Sá; Dräger, Semedo, Cissé, Rafinha/Androutsos; M’Vila, Bouchalakis, Camara; Pêpê, Fortounis, Masouras
Out: El-Arabi (illness), Hassan (illness), Randjelović (illness), Valbuena (hamstring), Bruma (thigh)
Doubtful: Holebas (hamstring), Vinagre (ankle), Rafinha (ankle)

Man. City: Ederson; Walker, Dias, Laporte, Cancelo; De Bruyne, Rodri, Gündoğan; Sterling, Jesus, Foden
Out: Aké (hamstring)

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Marseille – Porto

Marseille: Mandanda; Sakai, Álvaro, Ćaleta-Car, Amavi; Rongier, Kamara, Sanson; Thauvin, Benedetto, Payet
Out: Radonjić (thigh)

Porto: Marchesín; Manafá, Sarr, Mbemba, Zaidu; Sérgio Oliveira, Fábio Vieira, Otávio; Corona, Marega, Díaz
Out: Mbaye (knee), Uribe (muscular), Pepe (foot)

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Ajax – Midtjylland

Ajax: Onana; Klaiber, Schuurs, Blind, Tagliafico; Gravenberch, Labyad, Ekkelenkamp; Neres, Traoré, Tadić
Out: Kudus (knee)
Doubtful: Klaassen (thigh), Labyad (knee), Mazraoui (leg), Antony (leg)

Midtjylland: Hansen; Cools, Sviatchenko, Scholz, Paulinho; Onyeka, Cajuste, Dreyer, Sisto, Mabil; Kaba
Out: none
Doubtful: Riis (unspecified), Evander (illness), Brumado (unspecified)

Football bullet Tip: 1 & G/G at 2.40 – bet365

Liverpool – Atalanta

Liverpool: Alisson; Milner, Fabinho, Matip, Robertson; Jones, Wijnaldum, Jota, Firmino, Mané; Salah
Out: Van Dijk (knee), Gomez (knee), Alexander-Arnold (hamstring)
Doubtful: Henderson (thigh), Thiago Alcántara (knee), Oxlade-Chamberlain (knee), Keïta (hamstring), Shaqiri (muscular)

Atalanta: Atalanta: Gollini; Tolói, Palomino, Djimsiti; Hateboer, De Roon, Freuler, Mojica; A. Gómez; Zapata, Muriel
Out: Caldara (knee), Depaoli (adductor), Malinovskyi (illness), Pašalić (pubis)

Football bullet Tip: X at 4.33 – bet365

Prices subject to change. They were all correct at: 25/11/2020 – 08:00 CET

Source: www.uefa.com

Football Tips: livetipster.com

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