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Crvena zvezda vs. Maccabi Tel Aviv predictions
Crvena zvezda are enduring a EuroLeague campaign of struggle so far, and on Thursday, the Serbian outfit face Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Duško Ivanović’s men collected just their second win of the season last weekend with a 71-67 victory over Lyon-Villeurbanne at the Aleksandar Nikolic Hall.
Maccabi, who lead the league in offensive rebounds, have lost their last three games on the road, including a 96-88 defeat to Partizan in Week Eight.
Olympiacos vs. Alba Berlin predictions
Just two defeats in their opening eight games sees Olympiacos positioned as one of the top teams in the EuroLeague. They face Alba Berlin on Thursday.
Venzenkov is on fire this season
The Greek team have the top-ranked player and top points scorer in the competition, with Sasha Vezenkov averaging 20 points per match.
One of Alba’s star men has been US forward Luke Sikma, who tops the charts for assists – currently averaging seven per game.
Milano vs. Fenerbahçe predictions
Milano are the lowest points scorers in the EuroLeague and, having made the playoffs last season, find themselves towards the bottom end of the table.
On Thursday, they play host to a Fenerbahçe team who are top of the table and are currently the top points scorers.
The Turkish outfit only have one player in the top 15 points scorers in the EuroLeague, though, with Johnathan Motley averaging 15.1 points per game.
Real Madrid vs. Partizan predictions
Last season’s beaten finalists, Real Madrid, have made a solid start to the 2022-23 campaign and will see a home game against Partizan as a good chance to claim another victory.
The Spanish giants, who lead the league in blocks – 4.5 per game in the first eight games - have already lost twice this season, though both times it was on their home court.
Partizan have surprised some of the pundits so far, and in Mathias Lessort, they have a player who tops the stats for offensive rebounds.
Monaco vs. Bayern Munich predictions
Two teams that made the playoffs last season meet on Friday, but Monaco and Bayern Munich are having contrasting fortunes so far this term.
At the time of writing, Monaco sit third in the standings and have won six of their opening eight games and lead the league in steals and free throws made.
Bayern, who lost this fixture 94-71 last season, have already been beaten on the road to second-from-bottom Crvena zvezda.
Panathinaikos vs. Lyon-Villeurbanne predictions
Panathinaikos find themselves bottom of the standings and facing a crunch clash on Friday against a Lyon-Villeurbanne team that have also made a struggling start to the season.
They may be holding up the rest of the EuroLeague teams, but the Greek side have scored more points than the four teams above them.
That includes Lyon, who lost at Crvena zvezda in their last away game. But Lyon have one shining light, with French guard Nando De Colo averaging 12.7 points per game at the time of writing.
Virtus Bologna vs. Anadolu Efes predictions
Virtus Bologna’s last home court encounter saw them hammer Valencia Basket by 30 points, but Anadolu Efes are likely to provide a sterner test on Friday.
The hosts have won four and lost four of their opening eight games, including impressive victories over Milano and Real Madrid.
Defending champions Anadolu have made a disappointing start to the season, but they do have two of the top three points scorers – Will Clyburn and Vasilije Micić.
Barcelona vs. Baskonia predictions
Two teams in the top half of the table meet on Friday evening, as Barcelona and Baskonia go head-to-head at the Palau Blaugrana.
The home side only lost twice on their home court through the regular season during the 2021-22 campaign, and they racked up an impressive 93-67 win in this fixture.
Spanish rivals Baskonia, at the time of writing, are below Barcelona in the table, but the stats make positive reading for the visitors – they lead the league in three-pointers made.
Valencia Basket vs. Žalgiris predictions
The surprise package of the season to date are on the road on Friday when Žalgiris travel to Spain to face Valencia Basket.
The Lithuanians finished bottom of the table last season but are currently in the top six, although they have only won once on the road.
Armenian guard Chris Jones has been the star so far for Valencia this term, averaging 15.4 points per game at present.
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