Champions League: Liverpool, Tottenham and Man United fight for fate

The Champions League is back and though it is still early days in the competition, the English teams have managed to create drama. Usual stuff, you know like having to wait till the last round of games to know whether they play the knock-out round of this season’s Champions League is on the horizon.

Mourinho has already asked his team to play like it’s their last chance. For PSG, Mbappe and Neymar are both training while Liverpool are sweating on the fitness of Sadio Mane. There are many side-shows when it comes to the English teams and their European pursuit of glory.

Let’s get the Champions League fixtures for this round of matches first:

  • AEK v Athens at 18:55 BST
  • CSKA Moscow v Plzen at 18:55 BST
  • Roma v Real Madrid at 21:00 BST
  • Lyon v Man City at 21:00 BST
  • Juventus v Valencia at 21:00 BST
  • Man United v Young Boys at 21:00 BST
  • Bayern v Benfica at 21:00 BST
  • Hoffenheim v Shakhtar at 21:00 BST

This is the first set of fixtures on the 5th matchday of the UEFA Champions League group stage matches. The English teams are the two big boys from Manchester, led by Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola. So if you call the city of Manchester your home and are not in the stands to support your team, you can still watch the game live from anywhere with the Potato Streams app.

The Expectation of the Manchester Clubs in Champions League

Manchester City and Pep Guardiola are expected to be in cruise control. That is not to say the game won’t be exciting. Expected goals in Lyon. Better watch them when they are live on the Potato Streams.

Manchester United are providing much of the drama this season that we talked about earlier. Jose doesn’t want his team to start slow. Let’s see if Paul Pogba and the boys listen to him.

PSG v Liverpool and Tottenham v Inter Milan are on next day

Wednesday will be the day when the nerves of fans will be tested. Millions of Liverpool and Tottenham fans around the world will be sticking to their TV sets when the games are live at 09 PM BST. The full list of fixtures on Wednesday is as follows:

  • Dortmund v Club Brugge
  • PSG v Liverpool
  • Napoli v Red Star
  • PSV v Barcelona
  • Porto v Schalke
  • Tottenham v Inter Milan

Now you can’t watch every game, and we know that. But if you are a fan of any of these teams and can’t catch up on them through your television, we can back you up with their live streams on your phone. All you need to do is get the Potato Streams app.

The Big Ones: Champions League fixtures

There are some big teams in action on the second matchday of this round, with Barcelona, Napoli, PSV, Dortmund, Red Star, etc. in action. However, the real ticket-sellers will be the PSG v Liverpool game and the Visit of Inter Milan to London’s Wembley when they take on Spurs.

Liverpool and Klopp would look to set the record straight in the Champions League, while Tottenham will have spring in their steps when they host Inter after convincingly beating Chelsea 3-1 recently. Both of the matches are expected to be tight affairs. If you are a fan of goalfests, might we suggest the PSV v Barcelona game?

No matter which game from the above fixtures you want to watch, Potato Streams can come in handy to watch your favourite team live, or just catch up on what’s happening in the other games. Get it on your iOS/Android phone and start streaming.

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