Having remedied its poor domestic form, Real Madrid aims to do the same in the Champions League when it meets Olympiakos at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Wednesday.
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.
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