Bayern Munich, Man City and Barcelona All in Action This Week

Published on November 20th, 2016 4:54 pm EST

Champions League group stage play is set to return this week with a total of 16 matches, including Bayern Munich vs Rostov, Man City vs Borussia Monchengladbach and Leicester vs Club Brugge.

There have certainly been some surprises so far in Champions League group stage play so far, though for the most part, things have pretty much gone according to plan. Real Madrid and Bayern Munich both sit in second place in their groups, though both look like they will easily advance to the knockout round. The tightest group is looking to be Group B, where just one point separates Napoli, Benfica and Besiktas.


The Football King is gliding with the ball down the pitch.


Here are the odds for Tuesday's slate of matches:

CSKA Moscow, 27/10
Draw, 28/11
Bayer Leverkusen, 6/5

Borussia Dortmund, 2/17
Draw, 11/1
Legia Warsaw, 28/1

Dinamo Zagreb, 6/1
Draw, 57/17
Lyon, 3/5

FC Copenhagen, 2/1
Draw, 9/4
Porto, 17/10

Leicester, 1/2
Draw, 19/5
Club Brugge, 29/4

Monaco, 8/5
Draw, 5/2
Tottenham, 57/29

Sevilla, 21/11
Draw, 9/4
Juventus, 16/9

Sporting Lisbon, 49/10
Draw, 7/2
Real Madrid, 8/13

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Here is Wednesday's schedule:

Rostov, 14/1
Draw, 11/2
Bayern Munich, 2/7

Besiktas, 25/14
Draw, 23/10
Benfica, 29/16

Arsenal, 13/10
Draw, 5/2
PSG, 5/2

Atletico Madrid, 4/13
Draw, 5/1
PSV, 12/1

Borussia M'gladbach, 17/5
Draw, 3/1
man City, 11/13

Celtic, 11/1
Draw, 28/5
Barcelona, 3/10

Ludogorets 1947 Razgrad, 31/18
Draw, 12/5
Basel, 13/1

Napoli, 4/9
Draw, 75/19
Dynamo Kiev, 37/5


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The biggest mismatch of the week is looking to be the match between Bayern Munich and Rostov, while the closest game appears to be Monaco vs Tottenham Hotspur.

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