Club Brugge (@5.5) vs Paris St-G (@1.5)
22-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Paris St-G will win

Club Brugge – Paris St-G Match Prediction | 22-10-2019 15:00

Real hope to put their opening 3-0 loss in Paris behind them as Club Brugge travel to take them on at the Santiago Bernabeu. Real Madrid vs Club Brugge predictions for one of this Tuesdays early evening kick-offs in the UEFA Champions League. Continue reading to get all of our free predictions and betting tips for this Champions League fixture.

Jelle Vossen His match-winning penalty off the bench against Lokeren was his fourth goal of the season from five apperances.Hans Vanaken Alongside his two goals, the midfielder has also laid on five assists in just eight matches so far.Arnaut Danjuma The 21-year-old winger has scored three and set up a further two from his eight matches since signing in the summer from NEC Nijmegen.

That is a goal on almost every third game which is terrifying. No injuries or suspensions are listed, so far. They are unbeaten in the 18 consecutive matches, dating all the way to the preseason. The scariest part is their defense, with them allowing only 3 goals so far. Club Brugge KV will be fully complete, for this game, with all of its players ready to make a difference.

They thrashed Eupen by five goals to two on the opening day, creating lots of chances and generally dominating in the process, while they won all ten of their home games against teams who finished outside of the top six last season, scoring an impressive 28 goals. After all, beating the lesser teams isnt something that Club Brugge typically struggle with. After two confidence-boosting wins, the reigning champions should go into this match against a Kortrijk side whove looked poor feeling upbeat about their chances of securing a big win.

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With a man less for almost the entirety of the fixture, Club Brugge offered less going forward than youd expect normally, though they can of course be forgiven for that, while they defended very well under the circumstances. Despite having a man sent off inside the opening 15 minutes of their match away against Mouscron, Club Brugge still managed to come out on top (and keep a clean sheet) last Sunday. It did help that Mouscron were both toothless and frankly scared to have a real go, but a clean sheet with ten men is nonetheless impressive .

They were defeated by PSG 3-0 and will try to bounce back in this game. An interesting fact is that they have scored exactly three goals in four of their last six La Liga home victories. As it was already said, they have a changeable form this season. Karim Benzema scored the match opener in Madrids opening two games, so Club Brugge will have to stop him if they want something from this game. They will miss some players, as Asensio and Rodriguez will not suit up for this game. They will have to play a lot better.

They thrashed Eupen by five goals to two on the opening day, creating lots of chances and generally dominating in the process, while they won all ten of their home games against teams who finished outside of the top six last season, scoring an impressive 28 goals. After two confidence-boosting wins, the reigning champions should go into this match against a Kortrijk side whove looked poor feeling upbeat about their chances of securing a big win. After all, beating the lesser teams isnt something that Club Brugge typically struggle with.

Despite having a man sent off inside the opening 15 minutes of their match away against Mouscron, Club Brugge still managed to come out on top (and keep a clean sheet) last Sunday. It did help that Mouscron were both toothless and frankly scared to have a real go, but a clean sheet with ten men is nonetheless impressive . With a man less for almost the entirety of the fixture, Club Brugge offered less going forward than youd expect normally, though they can of course be forgiven for that, while they defended very well under the circumstances.

Having not exactly offered the greatest attacking threat last time out, it would be no surprise whatsoever if the visitors failed to get competitive at Jan Breydel Stadium on Saturday. Keeping a clean sheet was at least progress, though failing to score was the opposite. The were thrashed on home soil on the opening day, losing by four goals to one against Anderlecht, while they failed to score when drawing against Antwerp last weekend. Unlike their hosts, Kortrijk havent exactly made a flying start to the new campaign.