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2020-21 UEFA Champions League Live Stream

The UEFA Champions League group stage action will begin for the 2020-21 season on 20th October. After a very long year of 2020, the next few weeks and months will be colored by the Champions League games of the 2020-21 season.

After last season’s competition was delayed, the 2020-21 tournament is taking place later than usual. The group stage gets underway on Tuesday 20 October, with the final scheduled for Saturday, 29th May 2021 from the Atatürk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul.

The competition starts by midweek in the month of October  and all the teams have already made their way to the big stage. With countries in Europe allowing limited fans into stadiums, the UEFA competitions will revive the lost cheer that football has been missing out in recent days.

From the English Premier League – Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea represent the English in the Europe stage. Although they are among the favorites to win it, the reigning champions Bayern Munich are clearly hands down favorites to win the trophy this season.

Accompanied by Italian Champions Juventus, La Liga title holders Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are all favored to become the crowned champions of Europe. With all that being said, the biggest stage in all of Europe is set to welcome and embrace its new Champion for the season.

How to Watch the UCL 2020-21?

In the UK, BT Sport is the one stop destination for all the Champions League action and obviously it is the best place to go to watch it live. Coverage starts at 3:45pm on BT Sport 1 or via the BT Sport app.

In the US, CBS All Access is now the home of UEFA competitions including the Champions League and the Europa League for this season.

In Canada, DAZN is the sports streaming service which exclusively broadcasts the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Serie A in Canada.

In Australia, Optus Sport has been home to every single Champions League fixture this season and it will continue to cover the whole season and the final is no exception.

The official broadcaster for the Champions League in New Zealand is Sky Sports and they will be broadcasting throughout the entire season.

In India, Sony Pictures Networks continues to broadcast the UEFA Champions League for another season and they will serve Indian fans for another season.


UCL 2020-21 Outright Odds

According to, the betting odds for the major teams to win this year’s Champions League trophy is listed below:

1Bayern Munich3.75
2Man City5.50
7Real Madrid17.00
9Atletico Madrid26.00
11Man Utd29.00
12Borussia Dortmund29.00
13Inter Milan41.00
15RB Leipzig51.00
17Borussia M'gladbach101.00
19FC Porto151.00
20Shakhtar Donetsk251.00
21Club Brugge501.00
22FC Salzburg501.00
23Lokomotiv Moscow501.00
24Zenit St Petersburg501.00
28Istanbul Basaksehir751.00
30Dynamo Kiev1001.00
32Ferencvarosi TC2501.00
Odds last updated on:20/11/20 07:38:49 GMT. Subjected to change

UCL Matches This Week

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
24 Nov 20 17:55Krasnodar vs Sevilla4.504.001.70Bet Now
24 Nov 20 17:55Rennes vs Chelsea4.333.801.75Bet Now
24 Nov 20 20:00Lazio vs Zenit St Petersburg1.853.604.00Bet Now
24 Nov 20 20:00Borussia Dortmund vs Club Brugge1.255.5010.00Bet Now
24 Nov 20 20:00Juventus vs Ferencvarosi TC1.0811.0021.00Bet Now
24 Nov 20 20:00Dynamo Kiev vs Barcelona8.005.001.36Bet Now
24 Nov 20 20:00PSG vs RB Leipzig1.574.504.75Bet Now
24 Nov 20 20:00Man Utd vs Istanbul Basaksehir1.226.0011.00Bet Now
25 Nov 20 17:55Borussia M'gladbach vs Shakhtar Donetsk1.454.506.50Bet Now
25 Nov 20 17:55Olympiakos vs Man City9.005.001.33Bet Now
25 Nov 20 20:00Bayern Munich vs FC Salzburg1.147.5017.00Bet Now
25 Nov 20 20:00Inter Milan vs Real Madrid2.203.753.00Bet Now
25 Nov 20 20:00Marseille vs FC Porto2.603.302.62Bet Now
25 Nov 20 20:00Liverpool vs Atalanta1.704.204.33Bet Now
25 Nov 20 20:00Ajax vs Midtjylland1.286.008.00Bet Now
25 Nov 20 20:00Atletico Madrid vs Lokomotiv Moscow1.226.5012.00Bet Now
Odds last updated on:20/11/20 07:40:00 GMT. Subjected to change


UCL 2020-21 Predictions

The Matchday 4 of UEFA Champions League promises some teams with the opportunity to progress to the last 16, thereby allowing them to rotate their squads for the last 2 group games. Yet to defeated in the new season, Bayern Munich are still solid favorites to retain the title, though plenty of other teams have a genuine chance of lifting the trophy. With a much needed twist to come in the upcoming games, the teams are looking forward to give their toughest fight and to stay in the competition.

Atletico Madrid VS Lokomotiv Moscow

After a devastating loss 4-0 against Bayern to start their campaign, Atletico Madrid have done a decent job so far as they’ve secured 2nd position in a highly competitive Group A. On Matchday 4, they will be hosting Lokomotiv Moscow at Wanda Metropolitano as they hope to secure their berth in the knockout phase of the competition. Although the Russians have yet to win their first game, they have managed to keep their hopes alive. It could be a tight game as both teams are looking to lead each other in the table but the Spaniards should be able to do it at home.

Manchester United VS Istanbul Basaksehir

Manchester United are still alive in Group H despite a surprise defeat in their last game, but they can’t afford any more losses as Matchday 4 pits them again with the Turks.  Since the Red Devils are tied with RB Leipzig at 6 points, the Group looks busy as PSG and Basaksehir are just 3 points behind that pair. Anyways, Solskjaer’s men will hope to bounce back in this game and produce their best form at Old Trafford this term. Considering that Basaksehir have conceded 8 goals in their last 3 European away games, this should be an easy win for the hosts.

PSG VS RB Leipzig

PSG will hope to battle it out of Group H as they take on RB Leipzig on Matchday 4 at the Parc des Princes. Unfortunately, last year’s finalists have lost 2 of their first 3 games this term and they desperately need to record a victory at home. Since Leipzig avenged 2-1 in their previous meeting with the French as they were defeated 3-0 by PSG in the semi-finals of last season’s competition, this should be a good game. As a matter of fact, PSG have made it to the Round of 16 in their last 8 Champions League appearances and hopefully they should do it again.

Dortmund VS Club Brugge

At Signal Iduna Park, Borussia Dortmund will hope to retain their lead in Group F as they take on Club Brugge in the reverse fixture on Matchday 4. Despite starting their campaign with a loss 3-1 against Lazio, the Yellow Blacks have made a strong comeback by winning back to back games. Since the visitors faced their first defeat of the season at home 0-3 in their last game, they shouldn’t be able to overpower the Germans at their home. Anyways, it could still be an interesting game as both teams will be looking to ensure their qualification in the knockout phase.

Liverpool VS Atalanta

Real Madrid La Liga

On Matchday 3, Liverpool inflicted Atalanta’s heaviest European home defeat 0-5 as the Reds took complete control of the Group D table. Despite their clean sheet victories, the Reds were dominating in Bergamo and they will qualify for the Round of 16 if they can record another victory at Anfield. But that will be quite a challenge for Jurgen Klopp’s men as numerous injuries has left them a bit hopeless as they will be facing the wrath of the Italians in this game. However, they have a solid record at home and should have enough to avoid defeat in this game.

Olympiacos VS Manchester City

Manchester City have scored 3 goals in each of their victories, after they started their campaign with a 3-1 home win against Porto. On Matchday 4, they will be making their trip to Greece as they look to extend their unbeaten run in the campaign. Pep Guardiola’s men have been performing brilliantly in the Champions League and they are very confident about this game. Though Olympiakos will be looking for a 2nd home win having beaten Marseille 1-0 in their opening game, the Citizens will deliver again as they have done so far in away games.

Monchengladbach VS Shakhtar Donetsk

After back to back draws, Monchengladbach won their first game against Shakhtar Donetsk in their previous meeting to get on top of the table in Group B. On Matchday 4, they will host the Ukrainians at the Borussia Park as they look to retain top position. Despite a good start to their campaign, the visitors have been unable to find the nets in the last 2 games but they look positive of staying alive in the competition. This could be an interesting contest as the Ukrainians look for revenge and the hosts should probably come up with a better strategy.

Inter Milan VS Real Madrid

Surprisingly, Inter are at the bottom of their Group table and they are in danger of being knocked out after picking just 2 points so far in the campaign. On Matchday 4, they will have another chance to defeat Real Madrid in Group B as they play this fixture at the San Siro. The Italians were unlucky to lose in Madrid as the Spaniards grabbed 3 points by sealing a 3-2 win for the La Liga giants. With that victory, Real Madrid climbed up and were leveled with Shakhtar Donetsk, but they should be prepared for the backfire that could be caused in this game at Milan.

Rennes VS Chelsea

Chelsea EPL

After Chelsea got on top of Group E with 7 points, a victory in France would put the Blues in position to qualify for the knockout phase. Since Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham secured a 3-0 victory over Rennes at Stamford Bridge in their previous meeting, a similar result is expected in this game. As the Blues have gradually gelled in as a team now, Frank Lampard’s men are confident of putting up for a tough fight in the European stage this time. With Rennes picking up just 1 point so far, an early exit from the competition looks possible for the French side.

Bayern VS RB Salzburg

On Matchday 4, Bayern Munich will hope to extend their unbeaten run in the campaign as they take on RB Salzburg at their Allianz Arena. The defending Champions were off to a great start and Hansi Flick’s men played their best game as they crushed Salzburg 2-6 in their last outing. The Austrians faced back to back defeats and were pushed to the bottom of the Group A table with just 1 point so far. Though it could be a really tough challenge for them to defeat the Germans at home, they are not left with any other options to survive.








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