UEFA Champions League Round 1: Celtic vs Real Madrid Match Preview, Schedule & Lineups

  Celtic vs Real Madrid 
Match:Celtic vs Real Madrid
Tournament:Champions League Grp. F Round 1
Match Date:Wed, Sep 7 2022
Match Time:12:30 midnight (UTC +5:30)
Stadium:Celtic Park

Match Finished

FT: Celtic 0 - 3 Real Madrid

Celtic XI:
Juranovic, Carter-Vickers, Jenz, Taylor, O’Riley, McGregor, Hatate, Abada, Giakoumakis, Jota.
Real MadridLineup
Real Madrid XI:
Courtois, Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Mendy, Modric, Tchouameni, Kroos, Valverde, Benzema, Vinicius.

Celtic Park is known as a special place on European nights. Could it result in one of his best nights seeing Celtic past the Champions League holders? Find out with our Celtic vs Real Madrid match preview with time and venue, Confirmed Lineups, and odds mentioned along the way.

Celtic are coming off a comfortable 4:0 win over city rivals Rangers; they are unstoppable this season, winning seven of the seven games played in two competitions. We also want to point out that Celtic are unbeaten in their last 18 matches in all competitions; they have won 13 of those games, including their last eight. Just like the Bhoys, Real Madrid has eliminated every opponent they have faced this season; they have six wins in a row in all competitions. 

Despite Celtic's good form, they only faced opponents in Scotland; Real Madrid would be a relatively bigger fish to fry. Given that Los Blancos have been the best team in the history of this tournament, we believe they will take all the points from this match.

Celtic have freely scored during their season; they have scored 25 goals in six league games, averaging just over four goals per game. In fact, the Bhoys have scored 17 goals in their last three matches alone. Because of their ability to score goals, most of Celtic's matches are high scoring; five of their last six games went over 2.5 goals, including their last three. In the same way, Real Madrid is one of the highest-scoring teams in La Liga; they have scored 11 times in four league games, averaging nearly three goals per game. Just like tonight's opponents, Carlo Ancelotti's men have seen their fair share of high-scoring games as their last four fixtures have all over 2.5.
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