We have reached the fifth round of group stage fixtures in the 2022/23 Champions League and on the 25th of October we have a meeting between RB Leipzig and Real Madrid.
The match will be played at the Red Bull Arena and the hosts are currently second in Group F on 6 points while the visitors are top on 10 points.
RB Leipzig come into the match on the back of an entertaining 3-3 draw at Augsburg in the Bundesliga on the weekend.
Having gone 3-0 down in the 64th minute, it appeared RB Leipzig were on their way to a big defeat but things changed following a red card that reduced Augsburg to 10 men.
RB Leipzig took advantage of the extra man to score 3 goals, including a 90th minute equaliser.
That result means RB Leipzig are undefeated in their last 7 games in all competitions. They have won 5 of those 7 fixtures including two wins over Celtic in the Champions League.
The wins over Celtic were the first wins in the Champions League for RB Leipzig this season following defeats against Shakhtar Donetsk at home and Real Madrid away.
Home form in the Champions League shows RB Leipzig have won only 2 of their 6 most recent home matches in the competition.
Trends show both teams have scored in each of RB Leipzig’s last 5 home Champions League games and there have been over 2.5 goals in those 5 matches.Real Madrid travel to Germany having beat Sevilla 3-1 at home in La Liga on the weekend.
Real Madrid opened the scoring after only 5 minutes but conceded the equaliser shortly after half time.With only 11 minutes remaining on the clock, Real Madrid took the lead and scored a third goal to seal the points just 2 minutes later.
That result means Real Madrid are undefeated in their 16 competitive fixtures this season.
They have won 3 of their 4 Champions League group stage matches and the only dropped points came in their most recent game in the competition, which ended 1-1 against Shakhtar Donetsk.
Trends show Real Madrid are undefeated in 3 of their last 4 away Champions League fixtures.
However, they have failed to win 3 of their last 5 on the road, with both teams scoring in each of their last 3 away Champions League games.
Team news and RB Leipzig are without the injured trio of Peter Gulacsi, Konrad Laimer, and Lukas Klostermann.
They also have doubts over the fitness of Timo Werner.Real Madrid travel without the injured duo of Mariano Diaz and Daniel Ceballos.
Every other player should be fit and available for the visitors.