Champions league matches are here today and fans across the world are waiting for football entertainment in there houses. Although it's the qualification round, European matches are very entertaining. Today, a number of matches are being played in various parts of Europe.
PSV V Galatasaray
Netherlands outfit PSV are welcoming Turkish giants Galatasaray at Philips Stadion today at 10pm. It's the first leg of the Champions league qualification and it promises to be an entertaining match. In the H2H, they have met 7 times with PSV winning 5 times and Galatasaray winning twice. PSV have won all matches they have played at home against Galatasaray.
The previous 5 matches have seen PSV going with three straight wins before drawing and winning the other. They are on a strong run of fixtures losing none in the matches they have played at home.
On the road, Galatasaray have had a good run as they have won four consecutive away matches and losing only once.
Both teams scoring and Over 2.5 match goals is the sure bey of this match, as any team can win.
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