Leonardo Jardim’s side suffered a narrow 3-2 win over Lyon in Ligue 1 last Friday with the result leaving them six points behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain. Monaco are bottom of Group G after two games and will need to win here which is quoted at (1.60) with LionsBet if they are to go far in the competition.
The Black Eagles are the surprise leaders on the log having earned impressive wins away to Porto and at home to RB Leipzig. The reigning Turkish champions will be looking to capitalise on their opponents bad start and are tipped to win at (5.50) with the same firm.
It’s the first European meeting between both teams and punters can back a stalemate at a price of (4.25).
Monaco are the stronger side on paper but their recent form goes against them. They have lost their last two home games in the Champions League and this gives Senol Gunes’ men the chance to avoid defeat in the Principality at odds of (1.95).
Les Monegasques have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 10 Champions League games and odds of (1.50) support them not achieving it once again.
Radamel Falcao has not scored in 409 minutes of Champions League football which is his longest drought in the competition. Punters who are bold can back the big Colombian to score anytime at (1.25).