UCL:Bayern expected to claim sixth straight UCL win at Inter’s expense


By Sedara Oluwadara

Bayern Munich will be looking to make it six wins from six Champions League games when they welcome Inter Milan to the Allianz Arena on Tuesday.

Both sides have already qualified from Group C ahead of Matchday 6, with first-place Bayern on 15 points and second-place Inter on ten points.

Third-place Barcelona find themselves on four points, meaning Bayern and Inter will be playing for pride on Tuesday.

Who will come out on top?

Bayern have claimed five straight wins in Group C. After beating Inter 2-0 on Matchday 1, they claimed two victories over Barcelona and Viktoria Plzen.

The German giants have scored 16 goals across their five UCL games (3.2 goals per game) while conceding just twice.

Bayern head into Tuesday’s clash on the back of a 6-2 victory over Mainz, meaning they have lost just one of their 12 Bundesliga games this term.

Having won each of their previous six matches in all competitions, the Bavarians will be confident of extend their UCL winning streak on Tuesday.

As for Inter, they lost to Bayern on Matchday 1 but have since picked up three wins and one draw to book their place in the knockout phase.

The Italians have scored ten goals in five UCL games (2 goals per game) and have also kept three clean sheets in the process.

Last weekend, Inter extend their winning streak in Serie A to four games – beating Sampdoria 3-0. As a result, they have won eight of their 12 league outings this term.

Better still, the Milan outfit are currently enjoying a seven-game unbeaten run in all competitions after sealing six wins and one draw.


Following Bayern’s 2-0 victory over Inter in September, the Bavarians have won two of their last three Champions League meetings with the Nerazzurri.

The teams have played out six UCL clashes since 2006, producing only one draw. Bayern have claimed three wins, while Inter have claimed two wins.

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Bayern Munich’s lengthy injury list contains several key players, including Manuel Neuer, Leroy Sane and Thomas Muller.

On the flip side, Inter Milan will be without the injured duo of Marcelo Brozovic and Dalbert for the trip to Milan.

If Bayern’s recent form in the Champions League is anything to go by, they shouldn’t struggle to claim all three points on Matchday 6.

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