Arsenal will look to ‘recreate the magic’ as they travel to Bayern Munich. The Gunners needing at least a point to get themselves back in contention for a place in the knockout stages of the Champions League. The Gunners have beaten Bayern 2-0 at the Emirates, but a series of injuries to first team players will take a valiant effort to replicate the result from the home game.
Chelsea take on Dynamo Kiev in the midweek Champions League clash at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday, 4 November. Chelsea come into this game on the back of a 3-1 loss to Liverpool, and still deep in trouble in the Premier League. The Blues are in the 15th place and have already lost six games thus far, three more than they lost during the entire 2-14/15 campaign.
Jose Mourinho is under pressure to get his team back to winning ways, and the Portuguese will hope that they can be more convincing against the Ukrainian side, who are yet to win a game in England.
Dynamo Kiev, meanwhile, come into this game on the back of some convincing victories in their domestic league, and the manager Serhiy Rebrov will be aware that this could be his team’s best chance at grabbing their first victory on English soil.
Barcelona will be looking to consolidate their lead in Group E when they host BATE Borisov at the Nou Camp on 4 November. Barcelona will be out to complete the double over BATE Borisov at the Nou Camp after Ivan Rakitic struck twice to give the Catalans a 2-0 victory in Belarus on matchday three.
BATE Borisov are third in Group E, a point behind second-placed Leverkusen. The Belarusian outfit have only won one of their 13 previous away matches in the Champions League and lost on all five previous visits to Spain.