Madrid got over two early league defeats with two wins since last Thursday, rising to third place in the Spanish standings. Now the nine-time European champion feels confident it can make amends for its 3-0 defeat at Lyon in its opening Champions League Group F game.
Olympiakos could be forgiven for believing Wednesday's game will be a very tough proposition. The Greek champion hasn't won any of its 25 away games in the Champions League and, like Madrid, is waiting for its first points following its 3-1 home defeat to Rosenborg, reports the AP.
President Vladimir Putin has not released an official statement yet about his position on the issue of the pension reform in Russia