German duel in the Champions League early Wednesday night: National player Robin Goossens plays at home to Atalanta Bergamo against Young Boys Burn from coach David Wagner (6.45 pm, dazn). Gosins saved his team at least one point in Group F on the first day of the match by scoring the final score 2-2 against Villarreal. However, Wagner’s Young Boys stunned with a 2-1 win over Manchester United in the first round, and another win that could take a major step into hibernation in the European competition.
In the parallel match early on Wednesday night, the two outside players face each other in Group H: Zenit Saint Petersburg hosts Malmö FF. The Russians lost 1-0 to defending champions Chelsea on the first day of the match. Malmo lost 3-0 to Juventus Turin. Both teams can only stare at the round of 16. Winning a head-to-head duel would be at least the basic requirement – also hibernating third place in Europe in doubt.
The top candidates are not wanted until late Wednesday night: Bayern Munich will play Dynamo Kiev in Munich. VfL Wolfsburg is the fourth German representative against FC Sevilla. In Turin, Juventus welcome champions Chelsea to a big duel in Group H. Benfica Lisbon will also play Barcelona, Manchester United against FC Villarreal and RB Salzburg against OSC Lille (all matches at 9pm, dazn),