Champions League TV schedule: Are Liverpool and Tottenham are live on TV? How to watch



06.11.2018 08:51

The Champions League group stage has reached the halfway point, leaving teams with three fixtures to secure a spot in the next round.

Tottenham sit at the bottom of Group B on just one point, eight adrift of leaders Barcelona and five points off Inter Milan in second place.

Liverpool, however, lead the way in Group C on six points although Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain are following close behind.

Manchester City are also on top in their group while Manchester United sit second in theirs, but the Red Devils will face tough away trips to Juventus and Valencia over the coming weeks.

Champions League TV schedule (All times GMT)

Today, 5.55pm

Monaco vs Club Brugge - BT Sport 1

Red Star Belgrade vs Liverpool - BT Sport 3

Today, 8pm

Atletico Madrid vs Borussia Dortmund - BT Sport Extra 2

Inter Milan vs Barcelona - BT Sport ESPN

Tottenham vs PSV Eindhoven - BT Sport 2 / BT Sport 4K UHD

Napoli vs PSG - BT Sport 3 / BT Sport Extra 3

FC Porto vs Lokomotiv Moscow - BT Sport Extra 5

Schalke vs Galatasaray - BT Sport Extra 4

Champions League TV schedule: Find out how to watch the action (Image: GETTY)

Champions League TV schedule: Live coverage comes from BT Sport (Image: GETTY)

Tomorrow, 5.55pm

CSKA Moscow vs Roma - BT Sport ESPN

Valencia vs Young Boys - BT Sport 1

Tomorrow, 8pm

Benfica vs Ajax - BT Sport Extra 3

Bayern Munich vs AEK Athens - BT Sport Extra 2

Lyon vs Hoffenheim - BT Sport Extra 4

Man City vs Shakhtar Donetsk - BT Sport 3 / BT Sport 4K UHD

Viktoria Plzen vs Real Madrid - BT Sport ESPN

Juventus vs Man Utd - BT Sport 2

Champions League TV schedule: Who will win the competition this season? (Image: GETTY)

Champions League winner - latest odds (Betfair)

Manchester City 4/1

Barcelona 6/1

Juventus 6/1

Liverpool 8/1

Bayern Munich 8/1

PSG 9/1

Real Madrid 12/1

Atletico Madrid 14/1


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