Monaco – Dortmund prediction, betting tips and preview 19 Apr 2017 – The Monégasques will be in the semi-finals
Champions League 19 Apr 2017 at Stade Louis II, Monaco
Monaco – Dortmund predictions for Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League match at Stade Louis II, Monaco. Contrary to all expectations today’s game will be low scoring. Read on for live streaming info and our free predictions. Do you want to watch live streaming of Monaco – Dortmund and bet live? Go to bet365 Live Streaming and place winning bets!
Usefull stats<p>٠ Monaco are unbeaten in all European home matches this season</p>
<p>٠ Dortmund have not won last two Champions League away games</p>
Monaco – Dortmund betting preview
It’s hard to believe that we’ll see today another high-scoring thriller as both teams will have particular mission task. The thumping away win is unlikely as only twice in Champions League history a team overturned a home defeat to win the tie. Monaco took convincing victory in first leg and everything could be more complicated for Die Borussen if Fabinho converted a penalty. The Monégasques have done the trick in Dortmund having scored three goals and got strategic superiority, today they have the upper hand. The BVB reduced to a weak condition as they need to attack, this will give the hosts free zones to counterattack and the Monégasques are really good at that. This means Dortmund must keep it in their mind and attack with caution. The hosts have won five of six home matches in this Champions League and the guests have won only one of their last six games in France so Germans do not have many chances of success today. The BVB will be without Bartra, Götze and Schürrle, Durm and Rode are doubtful and that is bad news for the guests. All Monaco have to do is just playing defensive football. They can afford even to lose this game, but that’s what they can not afford is another fire-fight. The Monégasques are pretty solid in the defence this season as they have not conceded in 12 from 26 home games in all competitions having conceded more then one goal just in four matches. Monaco are good against German teams as their record in two-legged ties is three wins and one defeat. It is unlikely that today’s game will be entertaining as Monaco will bet on defence, which means that we will have to wait the first goal.