Kick-off 18:00 CET – BC Khimki Moscow (4-2) meet FC Bayern Munchen (2-4). So far, Khimki is unbeaten at home and Bayern is seeking for its first road win. Also, it is interesting that Bayern swingman K.C. Rivers plays against his previous team. Khimki has the third-best defense in the competition but allows as many as 38.7 rebounds per game, partly because its opponents hit just 44.5% of their two-point attempts and a league-low 25.2% of their shots from downtown. At the moment, Bayern ranks last in fouls drawn (17.8 per game) and must be more aggressive to have better chances to win.
At 19:00 CET - Fenerbahce Istanbul (5-1) will look to avenge its only loss against visiting Strasbourg (3-3). In addition, with a win, Fenerbahce will be able to qualify to the Top 16; whereas Strasbourg is looking for its first road triumph against a team that it beat by 21 points at home. Fenerbahce has respectable defensive numbers, whilst Strasbourg hardly goes to the foul line - 11.8 free throws attempted per game - but ranks third in two-pointers made (22.2).
Last for not least, at 20:00 CET - Crvena Zvezda Telekom Belgrade (2-4) hosts Real Madrid (2-4). While Madrid leads the Euroleague in free throws made and offensive rebound, it is also second in total boards and blocks, Zvezda is near the bottom in defensive rebounds and third in fouls committed with low shooting percentages in general (47.4% 2FG, 32.3% 3FG).
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