Latest Manchester City Bayern Munich odds as Man City are considered value in the betting at a price of 23/10 with Bet365.
Manchester City are definitely the underdogs as they look to use home advantage to finally notch up a win against Bayern Munich, as their price does offer punters a touch of value tonight.
Over the past couple of seasons, Manchester City have failed to move past the group stages of the Champions League with Bayern Munich having played a pivotal role in eliminating City defeating them last year in the same round.
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But City will know that their side is stronger this time around and will be keen to show some of the form that helped them dismantle Manchester United in their last home game.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men will be boosted by having almost a full squad to choose from which will see the likes of Edin Dzeko and Jesus Navas make appearances despite appearing in the loss to Aston Villa on Saturday.
However, former Bayern defender Martin Demichelis won’t be able to face off against his former club as the Argentinean is out with a knee injury that he sustained just after joining City.
However, Bayern Munich are in imperious form so far this season having not lost a game all season helping them to sit level on top of the Bundesliga.
Munich may finally be ready to hand a starting return to Mario Gotze who has fully recovered from an ankle injury and was part of the subs listed in the 1-0 win against Wolfsburg last Saturday.
Although Bayern will be without Javi Martinez and Thiago Alcantara, England has been a happy hunting ground for the Germans who have won their last 2 games there and will look to make it 3 on Wednesday evening.
The other Group D game sees CSKA Moscow battle Viktoria Plzen to see which side will be more likely to qualify for the Europa League.
CSKA are in poor form having failed to win their last 3 games and the Russian Champions will be looking to get something out of their home time despite missing key figures such as Alan Dzagoev and Seydou Doumbia.
This could give Czech champions Viktoria Plzen something to smile about with as they are on a 10 match winning streak although they will have to do it without versatile defender David Limbersky who is sidelined with a thigh injury that he picked up in a 2-1 over Jihlava last Friday.
Although CSKA and Plzen will draw level with the group leaders should either side wins, much of the attention will fall on Manchester to see whether Manchester City can overcome the defending champions and take a big step towards securing their place in the next round.