RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid prediction, odds and betting tips 13/02/2024

RB Leipzig
13/02/24 - 20:00

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0

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Real Madrid

RB Leipzig - Real Madrid

UEFA Champions League - Red Bull Arena

4th Round

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change

Our latest set of Champions League predictions focuses on RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid. The first leg of this round of 16 tie is set to take place in Germany on Tuesday, 13 February and it's the away side who come into it in better form.

Can Leipzig step up to the plate and produce a big European performance at home to set us up for an intriguing second leg at the Bernabeu or will Los Blancos have too much for them? Check out our full RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid prediction below.

RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid prediction – Betting tips & odds

Hot Tip – Real Madrid to win

  • Real Madrid come into the match off the back of an impressive 4-0 win over Girona in La Liga.
  • RB Leipzig have lost two of their last three matches at home.

Our RB Leipzig v Real Madrid betting tips are shaped around the recent form of the two sides. Not only our Real Madrid flying at the moment, but they were also the second-best team in the Champions League group stages in terms of xG.

Latest odds

Head to Head

25/10/22

UEFA Champions League UCL

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

3

2

14/09/22

UEFA Champions League UCL

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

2

0

Last Five - RB Leipzig

17/02/24

Germany Bundesliga I Germany

Borussia M'gladbach

Borussia M'gladbach

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

0

2

W

13/02/24

UEFA Champions League UCL

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

1

0

L

10/02/24

Germany Bundesliga I Germany

Augsburg

Augsburg

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

2

2

D

04/02/24

Germany Bundesliga I Germany

Union Berlin

Union Berlin

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

0

2

W

27/01/24

Germany Bundesliga I Germany

VfB Stuttgart

VfB Stuttgart

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

5

2

L

Last Five - Real Madrid

18/02/24

Spain Primera Liga Liga

Rayo Vallecano

Rayo Vallecano

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

1

1

D

14/02/24

Others Others

Man Utd

Man Utd

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

0

0

D

13/02/24

UEFA Champions League UCL

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

0

1

W

10/02/24

Spain Primera Liga Liga

Girona

Girona

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

0

4

W

04/02/24

Spain Primera Liga Liga

Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid

Real Madrid

Real Madrid

1

1

D

Win probability

  • HOME: 43/20 (3.15) – 31.7%
  • DRAW: 29/10 (3.90) – 25.6%
  • AWAY: 23/20 (2.15) – 46.5%

The RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid odds suggest that this match is going to be a very tight affair with all outcomes being priced at greater than evens. Real Madrid are the favourites for the match and if you want to push your luck you could back Real Madrid -1 at 11/4 (3.75) – an implied probability of 26.7%. Meanwhile, RB Leipzig's top goalscorer Lois Openda is priced at 7/5 (2.40) to score anytime in the match – an implied probability of 41.7%.

RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid prediction – Other tips

RB Leipzig 1-2 Real Madrid

  • Real Madrid have won five of their last six matches away from home.
  • Real Madrid have been excellent in the Champions League this season with six wins out of six so far.

Vinicius Jr to score anytime

  • Vinicius Jr has scored six goals in his last seven appearances for Real Madrid.
  • Vinicius Jr has scored two goals in three Champions League appearances this season.

RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid prediction

RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid team news

RB Leipzig

Marco Rose can't ask for much more heading into the match as he only has one injury doubt ahead of the clash. Amadou Haidara is a concern with a knee injury but it is thought that he only missed out at the weekend to ensure he is ready for Real Madrid. Leizpig's key man will undoubtedly be Lois Openda who has 19 goals to his name in all competitions already this season. Madrid will feel if they can keep him quiet, they will be halfway there.

Predicted Lineup: Gulasci – Simakan, Lukeba, Orban, Raum – Kampl, Schlager – Simons, Openda, Olmo – Sesko

Real Madrid

There is a big question mark around the fitness of Jude Bellingham coming into this match after the England midfielder was forced off with an ankle injury against Girona at the weekend. If he doesn't make it, then Luka Modric will likely get a start, albeit in a number ten role that he hasn't occupied since he was a youngster. Other injured stars include Antonio Rudiger, Eder Militao, David Alaba and Thibaut Courtois.

Predicted Lineup: Lunin – Carvajal, Tchouameni, Nacho, Mendy – Valverde, Kroos, Camavinga, Modric – Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo

RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig
4-4-2
7
Dani Olmo
es
24
Xaver Schlager
at
39
Benjamin Henrichs
de
16
Lukas Klostermann
de
22
David Raum
de
17
Lois Openda
be
4
Willi Orban
hu
30
Benjamin Sesko
si
1
Peter Gulacsi
hu
20
Xavi Simons
nl
2
Mohamed Simakan
fr
Substitutes
13
Nicolas Seiwald
at
5
El Chadaille Bitshiabu
fr
6
Eljif Elmas
mk
8
Amadou Haidara
ml
14
Christoph Baumgartner
at
23
Castello Lukeba
fr
38
Nuha Jatta
de
25
Leopold Zingerle
de
44
Kevin Kampl
si
21
Janis Blaswich
de
9
Yussuf Poulsen
dk
3
Christopher Lenz
de

Real Madrid

Real Madrid
4-4-2
23
Ferland Mendy
fr
6
Nacho
es
12
Eduardo Camavinga
fr
8
Toni Kroos
de
11
Rodrygo
br
7
Vinicius Junior
br
18
Aurelien Tchouameni
fr
2
Dani Carvajal
es
15
Federico Valverde
uy
21
Brahim Diaz
es
13
Andriy Lunin
ua
Substitutes
28
Mario Martin
es
30
Fran Gonzalez
es
41
Jacobo Ramon Naveros
es
32
Nicolas Paz Martinez
ar
24
Arda Guler
tr
34
Alvaro Carrillo
es
14
Mato Joselu
es
10
Luka Modric
hr
17
Lucas Vazquez
es
25
Kepa Arrizabalaga
es
20
Francisco Garcia
es
19
Dani Ceballos
es

Confirmed RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid lineups will appear here around 60 minutes before kickoff.

Player to Watch: Luka Modric

If things go pear-shaped for Real Madrid against RB Leipzig then this could be the last time we get to watch Luka Modric in the UEFA Champions League. The Croatian magician has fallen out of favour at Real Madrid with age perhaps finally catching up with him. Modric will start on Wednesday night due to injuries so enjoy watching him on the biggest stage because it could be the last time we get to do so.

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