Champions League Group B : Real Madrid Copenhagen odds suggest home win one for accumulator

Champions League continues with Real Madrid Copenhagen odds as the odds of 1/11 on the home win looks one for the betting accumulators.

Real Madrid will look to bounce back from their derby day defeat to Atletico Madrid when they face Copenhagen in the Champions league on Wednesday.

Carlo Ancelotti’s men lost 1-0 to their cross-town rivals, a results that leaves them third in La Liga five points off leaders Barcelona.



Latest Odds : Real Madrid 1/11, draw 14/1, Copenhagen 33/1
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Real set to be boosted by the inclusion of Gareth Bale from the start following his appearance from the bench at the weekend however Xabi Alonso is still out.

Copenhagen meanwhile have made a poor start to their domestic league and are currently in the relegation places, after winning just two of their opening 10 games.

The club will make their 150th European appearance on Wednesday and will have fond memories of their last trip to Spain they drew with Barcelona in the group stages.

While this will be the first time that these two sides have met in a competitive match Real fans will remember the last time they faced Danish opposition at home, a shock 2-0 reversal at home to Odense in the UEFA Cup.

Galatasaray meanwhile will hope to bounce back from their 6-1 drubbing at the hands of Real when they face Juventus. The Turkish outfit will have a new man in the stands in the shape of former Manchester City man Roberto Mancini.

Mancini replaces Faith Terim following a poor start to the season that saw Gala win just one of the opening 5 games to sit in 10th place and his first task will be to inspire a victory away to the current Italian champions.

Mancini will have without midfielder Hamit Altintop as he continues to struggle with a hip injury.

Juventus meanwhile also had a poor opening night, by their standards, drawing 1-1 away to Danish side Copenhagen.

Antonio Conte’s team have made a strong start to the season though and are currently unbeaten in eight games this in all competitions, their most recent success coming in the Turin derby against Torino with Paul Pogba’s header securing a 1-0 win.

Juventus could be without striker Carlos Tevez after he picked up an ankle injury against Torino.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.