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Celtic vs Lazio

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Seven league games, seven bookings for Celtic. The reigning champions of Scotland record the lowest foul numbers in the division, 9.29 per game.

However, as is the case with Celtic normally, UEFA competition is a real step up and they are often found wanting. Celtic’s 2-0 loss away to Feyenoord seems respectable on the surface, but committing 11 fouls, recording three yellows and two reds will be unacceptable for Brendan Rodgers.

Lazio are the opposition in game two. They rank in the middle of the table in Italy for fouls drawn, with 11.1 per game, leading to 2.71 opposition bookings, the second highest in Italy.

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Lazio are averaging 11.0 fouls per and exactly 2.0 cards per game in domestic football. The side from Rome have recorded a minimum of one booking in each game so far this season, with 5/7 games seeing at least two cards for Lazio.

Lazio recorded another two yellows in their 1-1 against Atletico Madrid, despite only commiting six fouls.

Celtic’s draw 12.1 fouls per game (4th most in the division), and forced Feyenoord into tricky spots on a number of occasions seeing the Dutch Champions foul 13 times. Celtic will look to frustrate Lazio in Glasgow and will hope to see the Italians pick up a yellow card or two of their own.

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Celtic record 7.57 corners per game on their own, opponents take 4.43 per game on average for a total of 12.0 corners per game each time Celtic take the field.

The game against Feyenoord saw just five corners however with the red cards seeing Celtic play with 9 men for the final 22’, this can be considered an outlier. Last season’s edition of the UCL saw Celtic record 4.50 corners per game, opponents taking 3.50 for an average total corners of 8.0 per game.

In Italy, Lazio take 4.86 and give away 4.57 corners per game for an average total of 9.43 corners. In their game against Athleti, Lazio won the corner count by 11:5. The moment of the game also came from a corner, as Goalkeeper Provedel scored in the 95’ to secure a point which could prove vital in a really competitive group.

Porto vs Barcelona

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Barcelona commit 10.9 fouls per game (joint second lowest), resulting in 2.25 yellow cards. Barca have received at least one booking in each of their games to start the 23/24 season including one in the opening day demolition of Antwerp 5-0.

The man responsible for that UCL booking is Gavi, who is pulling more than his weight in the fouls department. The Spanish midfielder ranks number one in the squad for both yellow cards (3) and in fouls (23 or 3.54 per 90), this is over twice as much as the player with the 2nd most fouls – Robert Lewandowski (9).

Porto are the 4th most fouled side in Portugal (15.6 fouls drawn per 90), seeing opposing players pick up 3.29 cards per game. Porto have seen opponents pick up at least two bookings in all of their games so far this season, including Shakhtar’s three in the opening UCL fixture.

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Porto record 14.0 fouls per game in their domestic division, resulting in a league high 3.71 cards per game! Porto have picked up at least two bookings in 86% of matches, the only exception being the 2-1 against Gil Vicente, where they still picked up one caution.

Barca are the 6th most fouled side in La Liga, 13.6 fouls drawn has seen their opponents pick up 3.38 cards per game – the second highest in Spain’s top flight.

Against Shakhtar, Porto recorded eight fouls and were booked twice, carrying on their league form into UEFA competition. Barca didn’t see any Antwerp players booked in their opener, however they did draw eight fouls perhaps the game state of 5-0 factored into the official’s thinking in now awarding cards in that one. This game should be a closer run affair, with Antony Taylor taking charge, the English referee presents 5.50 yellows per game.

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The hosts, Porto, lead the way in Portugal for corners taken per game with 8.0. Opponents record a respectable 4.71 resulting in an average of 12.71 corners in each Porto game. The Shakhtar game saw exactly seven corners so it makes sense to go for seven here.

Barcelona ranks 2nd in La Liga on the corner count (6.38), opponents earn 4.13 corners per game as well, resulting in an average of 10.51 corners in Barcelona’s domestic games.

Unlike Porto, Barcelona saw their corner count exceed their league average in their match against Antwerp. Near constant Barcelona pressure saw them record 10 corners to Antwerp’s two, with Barcelona recording seven corners on their own in the second half!

Dortmund vs AC Milan

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Dortmund have picked up at least one booking in 5 / 6 league games (⅞ in all competitions) to start the year. Averaging 2.17 bookings per game ranks BVB 4th highest in the German Bundesliga, despite only fouling at a league average rate of 11.7 per 90.

In their curtain raiser defeat against French champions PSG, Dortmund picked up three cautions – courtesy of Schlotterbeck, Can, and Ryerson. Dortmund also fouled more than their hosts 10:8.

Milan draw 11.7 fouls per game, seeing opponents cautioned 2.29 times per game on average. Additionally, Milan have seen opponents pick up at least one booking in each of their eight games in the 23/24 season.

In this competition, Milan played out a 0-0 in their opening game against Newcastle. Milan controlled the game for large portions and saw Fabian Schar booked for Newcastle shortly after half time for a clumsy aerial challenge.

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The Rossineri have recorded a minimum of one booking in each game of 23/24 to date (with ⅞ games seeing two or more yellow cards awarded). Milan have been cautioned for or a combination of untimely challenges as well as poor conduct on the field – 6/22 bookings attributed to arguments with the officials and time wasting.

Milan have the joint 3rd worst discipline record in Serie A, 11.1 fouls per game, resulting in 2.57 bookings.

In their opening group game, Milan’s frustrations at Newcastle’s stout defense showed late on. Picking up three bookings in the final 10 minutes, for a total of four in the match.

Milan will have to watch their challenges today, Dortmund draw the most fouls in the German top flight with 15.0 per game. This leads to opponents being booked 1.83 times per game on average.

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Dortmund win 4.83 corners per game domestically, with opponents taking 4.50 per game. The average match corners in BVB games this year stands at 9.33, and all of Dortmund’s league games have seen a minimum of seven corners taken.

These numbers exploded in their game against PSG, with 17 corner kicks being taken. Dortmund may have lost the corner battle 10:7 but they surpassed the seven corner mark after just 33 minutes!

Milan earn fewer corners than Dortmund domestically, with just 3.86 (15th in Serie A). They don’t give much away either, opponents average just 2.71 corners per game (2nd lowest in the division). Meaning Milan games are only seeing an average of 6.57 corners.

However, a step up in opposition brings the best out of Milan, the Newcastle fixture saw the seven corner mark reached. Games against “bigger” Italian clubs also saw a notable increase in the corner count too – games against Roma, Inter, and Lazio averaged seven corners.

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