B. Gladbach Vs Real Madrid Betting Tip: Away & BTTS – 27 October 2020

Zidane & Real seeking swift redemption in Germany

Jonas Hofman / Moenchengladbach ©imago images / Xinhua 21.10.2020

Germany Borussia Monchengladbach Vs Real Madrid Spain

Tuesday 27th October 2020 – 20:00 Kick-Off
UEFA Champions League Group B
Pick: Real Madrid Win & Both Teams to Score
Odds: 21/10
Bookmaker: Bet365
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 25th October 2020)

Preview: Although neither of these sides could muster up a win in their opening encounters in Group B, it was Borussia Monchengladbach who came away far more satisfied with their night’s work. At Borussia-Park, can the German club continue in a similar vein against this wounded Real Madrid?

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Monchengladbach Preview – Foals will take heart from Milan display?

Denied a famous win at the San Siro in their Group B opener, can the fourth-best team in Germany last term go one better when they host the most decorated club in the tournament? A measly return of one win in their last eight home European games (W1 D3 L4) would perhaps suggest not, however, the 2-2 draw away to Inter Milan shows they are a team capable of rising to the big occasion.

Had it not been for Romelu Lukaku’s last-gasp goal, Marco Rose and Gladbach would have celebrated a memorable night on Matchday 1 with all three points. At is was the Germans settled for a share of the spoils, which, according to Expected Goals (INT 3.51 – 1.45 MON), was still a flattering outcome on the visitors. Nevertheless, the team deserve credit for refusing to wilt under relentless waves of attacking pressure.

Monchengladbach not only stood firm against Inter but took their chances when they arrived. It was almost a role reversal next time out meanwhile, as a much-changed side fell behind on Saturday in Mainz, who held the lead until the 76th minute. By which time calvary had arrived to save the day for The Foals whose 3-2 Bundesliga win means they have still lost just one of seven competitive fixtures so far in 2020-21.


Highest Scoring Half – Second Half



Real Madrid Preview – Zidane & Real on back foot in Group B?

Losing at home to Shakhtar Donetsk, whose own preparations were undermined by a spate of positive cases which meant numerous key players were absent, was certainly not in the script for Zinedine Zidane and Real Madrid. It therefore leaves the 13-time European champions, whom boast an enviable qualifying record in the group stage, under some pressure ahead the trip to Borussia-Park.

A second successive loss in Group B wouldn’t as shocking, bearing in mind their opponents have already held their own against Inter Milan, but would spark genuine fears of the unthinkable: the possibility that Real Madrid fail to progress beyond the group for the first time in Champions League history. Fortunately their record in Germany bodes well, clinching six wins in their nine most recent visits.

It is also worth pointing out how Real started the loss to Shakhtar. There was no Sergio Ramos or Toni Kross, meanwhile Junior Vinicius and Karim Benzema only featured from the substitutes bench. All four were named among the starters in Saturday’s El Clasico as Los Blancos produced a vastly improved display, registering a morale-boosting 3-1 win at Camp Nou that briefly sent them top of La Liga (W4 D1 L1).


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Borussia Monchengladbach Vs Real Madrid Betting Advice

The Germans, Gladbach, departed the San Siro on Matchday 1 the happier of the sides, despite the late concession which denied them the win over Inter Milan. Meanwhile Real Madrid were stunned and humiliated by Shakhtar, whose 3-2 victory in Madrid reverberated around Europe. The response from the 2019-20 Spanish champions was emphatic, however, inflicting a 3-1 loss on Barcelona at the Camp Nou over the weekend.


Borussia Monchengladbach Vs Real Madrid – Key Facts:

  • Gladbach finished the 2019-20 German Bundesliga boasting the second-best home record (W12 D2 L3), but have one win in their last eight European home games (W1 D3 L4).
  • Real Madrid accrued more away points (38 – W11 D5 L3) in Spain’s La Liga last term than any other team and have won 16 of their previous 24 away matches in Europe (W16 D4 L6).
  • One win in last eleven matches versus Spanish opposition for Gladbach (W1 D2 L8). For Real Madrid, they are seeking their fourth consecutive away win in Germany.


Whereas Zinedine Zidane had no option but to go with his strongest XI on Saturday, elsewhere that same afternoon Marco Rose was handing out rests to several key first-team members. This could factor in to Tuesday’s contest, particularly in the second half which was when six of nine goals scored in Group B on Matchday 1 came. Real’s pedigree and quality should see them prevail, however not without conceding on the night.

Best Betting Odds – Borussia Monchengladbach Vs Real Madrid

Borussia Monchengladbach – 14/5 (Unibet)
Draw – 31/10 (Betfair)
Real Madrid – 10/11 (BetFred)