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Champions League Q-Final 09-10 Day2 Predictions

Posted by Kevin Walker Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Champions League Ball logoInter Milan vs. CSKA Moscow
Venue: San Siro (Milan, Italy)

Inter Milan: 4-3-3
GK: Cesar
Defenders: Maicon, Cordoba, Samuel, Chivu
Midfielders: Sneijder, Cambiasso, Zanetti
Forwards: Eto'o, Milito, Pandev

CSKA Moscow: 4-2-3-1
Forward: Necid
Attacking Midfielders: Gonzalez, Honda, Krasic
Defensive Midfielders: Semberas, Aldonin
Defenders: Shennikov, Ignashevich, Berezoutski, Berezoutski
GK: Akinfeev

Referee: Howard Webb (ENGLAND)

Prediction: Inter just came off a 2-1 away loss to AS Roma, but can they bounce back from their stagnate performances in Serie A (Italy)? Mourinho is desperate to prove that his Inter experiment has been a successful adventure. CSKA has been the underdog of the Champions League, so they really have nothing to lose. They are 4th in the Russian table and the glory of European football has galvanized the side.
(2-1 Inter)




Arsenal FC vs. FC Barcelona
Venue: Emirates Stadium (London, England)

Arsenal: 4-2-3-1
GK: Almunia
Defenders: Sagna, Campbell, Vermaelen, Clichy
Defensive Midfielders: Diaby, Song
Attacking Midfielders: Nasri, Fabregas, Arshavin
Forward: Bendtner



Barcelona: 4-3-3
Forwards: Henry, Ibrahimovic, Messi
Midfielders: Keita, Yaya, Xavi
Defenders: Maxwell, Milito, Puyol, Alves
GK: Valdes

Referee: Massimo Buscacca (SWITZERLAND)

Prediction: Arsenal are coming off a draw a 1-1 draw in the EPL, which has them in 3rd place. Barcelona just beat a very good Mallorca team on the road in La Liga BBVA. The Catalan giants are missing one of the most inventive midfield maestros in the world, Andres Iniesta. Barcelona are heavy favorites, but with it being in North London and Cesc Fabregas making a gutsy move to not let his supporters down and play despite a thigh injury; anything can happen.
(2-1 to Barca)


written by Patrick/LaLigaWeekly

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