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Real Madrid v Munich

Real Madrid v Munich

This will be the 15th time both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have met in the Champions League. The hosts will be looking to mark the occasion with a victory to take to the Allianz Arena. Los Blancos have won 15 of their last 17 Champions League meetings at the Bernabeu and should be confident of adding to this. Bayern however have beaten Madrid 8 times in Europe's elite competition, more than any other team. The German champions have come through a questionable run of form and recently secured their place in the final of the DFB-Pokal, though they succumbed to a morale sapping 3-0 defeat to rivals Borussia Dortmund recently. The hosts may be without the services of Cristiano Ronaldo, who will be assessed closer to kick off, but have proven they can win without him. This promises to be an entertaining affair with goals at either end.

Toulouse v Lyon

Toulouse v Lyon

Toulouse have been poor at home this season, collecting more points on the road than in their own stadium. With only 4 wins in 16 games in front of their fans, the TFC have one of the lowest win rates in the league. In addition, they have ruined their chances of European football next season by failing to win any of their last 4 games. Defeated against PSG in the league cup final last weekend, Lyon have nonetheless enjoyed a respectable season, but suffered from too many medical issues and wrongful referee decisions to hope for more. However, they still have the opportunity to aim for a well-deserved European place. Despite fatigue setting in, Lyon could grab at least a point against a Toulouse side that lacks inspiration.

Volvo China Open

Volvo China Open

The European Tour remains in Asia this week for the Volvo China Open at Genzon GC. A star-studded field has assembled and Australia’s Brett Rumford is defending champion. This is the 20th edition of the Volvo China Open and a number of the world’s best players will tee it up. 2013 FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai champion Henrik Stenson is on the start sheet, so too Ian Poulter, USPGA champion Jason Dufner and Francesco Molinari. 15-year-old Chinese sensation Guan Tianlang is also in field this week. Guan became the youngest player to make the cut at the Masters Tournament in 2013, aged 14 years and five months.

Upcoming Tennis Action

Upcoming Tennis Action

Check out our great range of global tennis markets as the top Men and Women in the world go head-to-head in the early stages of the ATP Bucharest & Barcelona and the WTA Suttgart & Morocco. With more markets than ever before and live in play action available in every game, you can get involved with the all of the tournament's drama right here!

Football - Le Championnat

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