The Turkish champions have been struggling to score goals in Europe lately, failing to score in 6 of their last 7 UEFA Champions League games. Galatasaray have failed to get a win in the last 7 UEFA Champions League matches, managing to get only a draw in their first 2 matches of this years' competition. The Turkish side will try to get advantage of their home environment, making a lot of pressure against a Real Madrid that is under huge criticism due to their recent performances, both in La Liga and in the Champions League.
Muslera; Luyindama, Donk, Marcao; Mariano, Nagatomo, Seri, N'Zonzi; Belhanda, Falcao, Babel
What used to be a fortress for Real Madrid, this years' UEFA Champions League has been a nightmare so far for the Merengues. A 3-0 away loss against Paris Saint-Germain set the tone for Real Madrid as the Merengues couldn´t react in the second game against Club Brugge. Zidane's side only managed to get a draw at home, after being down 2-0. In La Liga, things aren't better. Despite being in second, one point behind Barcelona, Real Madrid haven't displayed a convincing performance so far. Coming from an unexpected defeat at Mallorca, Zidane's future at Madrid are in stake, with reports suggesting that if Real Madrid lose tonight, it will be Zidane's last match in charge of the team.
Courtois; Carvajal, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo; Casemiro, Valverde, Kroos; James, Hazard, Benzema
With only one point in the first couple of matches, bothe teams will try to get a victory tonight to renew their aspirations in the competition. Specially Real Madrid, whose recent results are questioning Zidane's ability to develop the team. A Real Madrid loss tonight would be surprising, even with the huge environment that surrounds the games in Turkey. Galatsaray has a word to say but we expect Real Madrid to get a win tonight.
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