Soccer Prediction for 8 November 2018 – Viktoria Plzen vs Real Madrid

After a long period of crisis, Real Madrid finally won again in their last two matches, each of them against Mallila in the Copa Del Rey and against Real Valladolid at the Spanish La Liga last weekend. This positive trend is predicted to continue when Santiago Solari’s landing club travels to the Czech Republic to face the host, Viktoria Plzen.

This 4th week (group phase) of the European Champions League is planned to take place on Thursday morning, 8 November 2018, at Doosan Arena, Plzen.

The host, Viktoria Plzen targets a victory in the match later, despite the fact that on paper they are still far behind the level of Real Madrid who are the defending champions of this annual competition. But, it won’t be easy, even though the match will take place at home. Because, Real Madrid which is under Santiago Solari’s direction looks back to rise after a painful defeat at Camp Nou last weekend.

Even so, the home team is eyeing 3 points after only being able to collect just 1 point from 3 matches that have taken place. While Real Madrid, collect 6 points from the first three matches of the group phase and sit at the top of the standings. At the previous meeting against Viktoria Plzen at the Santiago Bernabeu, they only won 2-1 narrowly. Therefore, Sergio Ramos and team must be really wary of threats that can be presented by the host in the match later. If they swallow defeat in the next match, it is not impossible that the team directed by Santiago Solari failed to finish top of the final standings.

Head to head Matches – Viktoria Plzen vs Real Madrid:
24-10-2018 Madrid 2-1 Plzen

Viktoria Plzen’s Last 5 Matches:
10-10-2018 Bohemians 2-2 Plzen
24-10-2018 Madrid 2-1 Plzen
10-10-2018 Plzen 2-1 Slovacko
31-10-2018 Plzen 2-3 Ostrava
03-11-2018 Ostrava 0-1 Plzen

Real Madrid’s Last 5 Matches:
10-20-2018 Madrid 1-2 Levante
24-10-2018 Madrid 2-1 Plzen
28-10-2018 Barcelona 5-1 Madrid
11-11-2018 Melilla 0-4 Madrid
03-11-2018 Madrid 2-0 Valladolid

Team Players:
Viktoria Plzen (4-2-3-1): Kozacik; Limbersky, Hubnik, Hejda, Reznik; Prochazka, Hrosovsky; Petrzela, Cermak, Havel; Reznicek.
Coach: Pavel Vrba.
Real Madrid (4-3-3): Navas; Reguilon, Ramos, Nacho, Odriozola; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Isco, Benzema, Bale.
Coach: Santiago Solari.

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