• Bookmakers estimated the chances of the net to get a "dry" match of the Champions League in season 2016/17

  • Bookmakers estimated the probability that the CSKA Moscow goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev will hold a "dry" match of the Champions League in the season 2016/17. On Wednesday, November 2 reports "Rating bookmakers".

    The chances of the goalkeeper to stop their unlucky streak with 40 games with at least one goal conceded, is 56 percent. The probability of extending a series record — 44 percent.

    The match of the fourth round of the group stage of the Champions League between Monaco and CSKA will take place on November 2 at the stadium "Louis II". Kickoff is scheduled for 22:45 Moscow time.

    19 October in Moscow CSKA played a draw with "Monaco" (1:1), and Akinfeev missed in the 40th match of the Champions League in a row and renewed its own record.

    The last time Akinfeev had "dry" match in the Champions League ten years ago: November 1, 2006 in the away game against Arsenal, which ended in a goalless draw.


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