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2019-20 UEFA Champions League Live Stream

The UEFA Champions League is a tournament for the top clubs in the European continent. The level of the competition increasingly attracts a global fan following, which is exactly the reason for the anticipation amongst the European nations during the season. Though the Championship is dominated mainly by the football clubs from England and Spain, only two English clubs managed to win the European Cup in the last 11 years.

In the last season, Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at Madrid to claim their sixth title and five years before that, no English side even managed to reach the final of the biggest club competition in the professional football universe.


How to Watch the UCL 2019-20?

For the viewers in the United States, Turner Broadcasting bought the English-language Champions League rights before the 2018-19 season and they still have them on their TNT channel, B/R Live will feature English-language streaming and Univision Deportes will stream it in the Spanish language for TV and other streams.

Noticeable changes to this year’s schedule will be the match timings, usually where most of the matches kick off at 2:45pm ET on a UEFA Champions League matchday, this time they will begin at either 12:55pm ET or 3pm ET, which will allow broadcasters to feature a double-header of soccer coverage.

As for the fans in England, they can watch the matches through their official broadcaster – BT Sport.

In India, the SonyLIV app and site can be used for streaming the matches live on matchdays. For Jio sim users, the access to Jio TV is all that you need to stream the match.

UCL 2019-20 Outright Odds

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

1Man City3.75
4Bayern Munich8.00
7Real Madrid21.00
8Atletico Madrid21.00
9Borussia Dortmund34.00
14RB Leipzig67.00
15Inter Milan81.00
17FC Salzburg151.00
19Zenit St Petersburg201.00
20Shakhtar Donetsk251.00
23Dinamo Zagreb501.00
24Bayer Leverkusen501.00
27Club Brugge501.00
28Red Star Belgrade751.00
29Slavia Prague751.00
32Lokomotiv Moscow1001.00
Odds last updated on:14/10/19 14:00:27 GMT. Subjected to change


UCL Matches This Week

The following matches are scheduled to take place in their respective venues on Matchday 2 of this UCL week:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
22 Oct 19 17:55Shakhtar Donetsk vs Dinamo Zagreb1.613.755.50Bet Now
22 Oct 19 17:55Atletico Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen1.603.606.00Bet Now
22 Oct 19 20:00Club Brugge vs PSG7.004.751.40Bet Now
22 Oct 19 20:00Galatasaray vs Real Madrid6.004.001.55Bet Now
22 Oct 19 20:00Tottenham vs Red Star Belgrade1.207.0011.00Bet Now
22 Oct 19 20:00Olympiakos vs Bayern Munich8.005.001.36Bet Now
22 Oct 19 20:00Man City vs Atalanta1.147.5017.00Bet Now
22 Oct 19 20:00Juventus vs Lokomotiv Moscow1.225.5017.00Bet Now
23 Oct 19 17:55RB Leipzig vs Zenit St Petersburg1.534.505.25Bet Now
23 Oct 19 17:55Ajax vs Chelsea2.153.403.30Bet Now
23 Oct 19 20:00FC Salzburg vs Napoli2.453.902.50Bet Now
23 Oct 19 20:00Genk vs Liverpool9.505.501.28Bet Now
23 Oct 19 20:00Benfica vs Lyon2.053.503.40Bet Now
23 Oct 19 20:00Inter Milan vs Borussia Dortmund2.373.402.87Bet Now
23 Oct 19 20:00Slavia Prague vs Barcelona6.504.501.44Bet Now
23 Oct 19 20:00Lille vs Valencia2.803.402.40Bet Now
Odds last updated on:14/10/19 14:00:18 GMT. Subjected to change

Matchday 2

After all the action from Matchday 1, the teams have diverged into their own domestic leagues and are back once again for Matchday 2 of UCL. On a total of 16 matches, 6 matches were drawn and the rest of the matches had a winning side at the end. Of all the groups, as we had mentioned earlier Group F has had some tight matches were all of them were draws. As we step into the next Matchday of the UCL, the promise of yet another spectacular clash amongst some of the best teams in and out of Europe are to be held this week.

Atalanta VS Shakhtar Donetsk

Losing their initial matches in the campaign, both teams from Group C are set to clash on Matchday 2 at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan. After a shocking 0-4 defeat at Zagreb, the Italians have let their poor form trail them from the Serie A and affect their first UCL game of the season. Whereas the guests come travel to Milan after their home loss 0-3 against Manchester City and will hope to win this match to reach the 2nd spot in the table. Though goals can be expected from both sides, the hosts will try and dominate this game right from the start.

Juventus VS Bayer Leverkusen


At the Allianz Stadium in Turin, the Old Lady will be all set to welcome her German guests for a Champions League showdown on Wednesday. After suffering a 1-2 loss at their home, Bayer Leverkusen can’t let the Italians capitalize the situation at Turin. Just as Ronaldo’s Juventus were drawn with Atletico Madrid after a last minute equalizer for 2-2, they won’t be appreciating any more errors on the pitch. The Italians will look to crush the opponents and ensure they win their first game at home in the campaign.

Real Madrid VS Club Brugge

After their crushing defeat 3-0 against the Parisians, the Spanish team has taken it to their minds to revamp their attack strategy. As they can’t afford any more losses in the tournament, Zidane’s men have made their comeback mentally and are prepared to take on Club Brugge at the Santiago Bernabeu. Though Club Brugge managed a draw against Galatasaray in a home fixture, they won’t be able to do the same again. With an early strike, Real Madrid should do the job to mark their epic comeback of the season.

Crvena Zvezda VS Olympiacos Piraeus

Crvena Zvezda will face off against the Greek champions – Olympiacos, in their Group B clash on Matchday 2. After the Serbians were made to submit for a 3-0 defeat at the Allianz Arena by Bayern, they move on to their next fixture at home in the campaign. But the visitors replied quickly to the Spurs’ early lead and managed a draw 2-2 in their previous match of the campaign. Though a draw might be the expected outcome, the Greek contenders have what it takes to win this away fixture.

Galatasaray VS PSG

The last time both these clubs met, PSG won it 2-0 but it was back in 2001. Though the French side have opened their account with a clean sheet, scoring 3 goals against a side like Real Madrid, injuries are still taking a toll on them. Having an advantage of playing it at their home, the Turks will be hoping to draw this fixture, though that may not be the result on Wednesday. It will be tough for them to withstand a French attack even at their home, considering the Parisian strikers’ recoveries in a few days.

Lokomotiv Moscow VS Atletico Madrid

With their unique style of gameplay, the Russians stunned Bayer Leverkusen for a 1-2 away victory in their first match of the campaign. But for their second match on Wednesday, they will be facing a much equipped Spanish side at the RZD Arena in Moscow. Both teams clashed at the Europa League, earlier this year and Madrid ended up winning both by a difference of 3 and 4 goals. Though playing it at their home, the Russians will need to structure their work at the pitch, to stand a chance against the Spanish visitors.

Manchester City VS Dinamo Zagreb

An interesting matchup in Group C is scheduled to take place at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, between two teams who scored well with clean sheets and won their initial matches of the campaign. In all games, the English side have managed to maintain a clean sheet in their past 3 appearances. Though the Croatians managed a 4-0 victory against Atalanta, they have no idea of what awaits them at Manchester. The match will bring out the best team out of the Group, but it won’t be anything new for football fans to predict.

Tottenham VS Bayern Munich

A good matchup in the league will be held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, between Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich in a Group B clash on Wednesday. After a winless run in all games, the Spurs will host their next Champions League game against the well-equipped German side. Though the Germans are looking forward to travel all the way to London, they have to be aware of the host’s expertise in the campaign. It will be a tight clash, with lesser chances of a draw and the visiting team’s real challenge lies ahead.

Genk VS Napoli

Right after they proved themselves 2-0 at home against the defending Champions, Napoli have made their statement in the campaign. As they will be travelling to Genk, to take on the hosts of their next fixture, the Italians have all the rights to strategize their win in this game. On Wednesday, Genk will have yet another opportunity to rise from their initial setback against Salzburg for 6-2, at the Luminus Arena. With an early strike the hosts can compete, but they can’t run away from the Italian side.

Slavia Prague VS Dortmund

In a well-balanced Group F, Slavia Prague will take on their German visitors for the first time in a competitive fixture. At Prague, the hosts face off against Dortmund to win their first match in the campaign. The Yellow-Blacks are yet to score their first goal in the Champions League this year, they will face a tough time on the pitch as the hosts scored a goal against the in-form Inter but still went home with a draw.  It looks like a great match, considering the weights of both the sides and if Slavia don’t have any surprises for the guests, it could be Dortmund’s day.

Barcelona VS Inter Milan


At Camp Nou, the Catalans will clash against their next potential opponents in Group F, after they held a draw against Dortmund in their previous fixture of the tournament. On Thursday, this clash will either put an end to the Italian giant’s streak or end up as a draw, adding more balance to the table. The Blaugrana have had some issues in the past, but they will not let it affect their next game at Camp Nou. One of the biggest events in the group stage, this match will demand the best out of both teams, and the Spanish will look to win their first game in the contest.

Lille VS Chelsea

The match will be the first clash between both sides in a competitive fixture, featuring Chelsea taking on the French hosts – Lille on Matchday 2. Losing their initial matches in Group H, both teams will need a win at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in France. The Blues have struggled in their past few games, unable to settle as a team and to score goals on much needed situations, such as their clash 1-0 against Valencia. They will be traveling to France, to take on the French hosts and they have the chances of pulling a win here, with some effective changes from the Manager’s end.

Liverpool VS Salzburg

The defending Champions’ last match is evidence that any team can be vulnerable when it comes to clashes amongst the best teams in the world. And for their next match, they will be going against Salzburg who crushed Genk for 6-2 at their home, seemingly a tougher opponent. But they will have the advantage of playing this fixture at home this Thursday and they will look forward to take all 3 points for themselves. This will be their first clash against Salzburg, but the result won’t be something new for them at Anfield.

RB Leipzig VS Lyon

The German bulls have successfully managed their streak of not losing in their last 7 matches in various competitions, winning 6 of them. At the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig, they are buckled up to welcome their next victims – Lyon, who managed a 1-1 draw against Zenit in their previous fixture of the contest. As for the French side, their form has been deteriorating in recent games, as they couldn’t win the last fixture at home. It would be great match for both teams to prove their strengths, giving the hosts yet another chance to continue with their streak.

Valencia VS Ajax

Successfully opening their account in the Champions League as they sealed a thrilling 0-1 victory against Chelsea, the Spaniards look forward to host Ajax in their next match. The Dutch side scored 3 goals in their opening match against Lille and made it to the top of Group H. However, the Spaniards have not done much in their domestic league after their win against Chelsea. And they will need to make up for a tough fight against the Dutch, who have one of the most equipped lineups in the league’s history.

Zenit VS Benfica

After managing a draw at Lyon, the Russian champions will take on Benfica at the Gazprom Arena in Saint Petersburg. The Spanish team will travel all the way to the Krestovsky Stadium, for their clash Champions League clash on Thursday. Playing at their home, Zenit might have the fullest of freedom to execute their opponents on the pitch, with the support of their fans. But it can be a tight clash too, considering the visitors’ strategies in the pitch, and they won’t be giving in to the hosts that easily on the day of the match.

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