Group of Death decider in the Champions League Games to Watch

Hey y’all. Here are the Champions League games that we will be watching this week. Leave a comment to let us know which of these Champions League games was your favorite and let us know if you enjoyed our sleeper game of the week:

Champions League games on Tuesday September 28th

PSG v Man City

Where: Parc des Princes

Time: 3pm Eastern | 2pm Central

How to Watch: Paramount+

The elephant in the room was whether or not Lionel Messi would be fit for this clash of oil rich mega clubs. He is expected to play at some point with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar to form super group, MNM (an album release date hasn’t been announced). Manchester City won last years semifinal contest between the two, and will be looking to make it twice in two years over their Parisian counterparts, but with an improved side the task maybe more difficult than last years matchup.

Messi scored 211 goals in 219 games for Guardiola, wit.

Where: Stadio San Siro

AC Milan v Atletico Madrid

Time: 3pm Eastern | 2pm Central

How to Watch: Paramount+

This is a very important game in the “group of death” because the loser of this game probably ends up third and in the Europa League knockouts if they’re lucky. Both teams suffered losses in their first group game so both need points and fast or else Porto might claim either the second or third spot behind Liverpool. This is the first meeting between Atlético and Milan since the 2013/14 Champions League, when Simeone’s men eliminated the Italian side in the round of 16. Additionally, this is Atleti’s first visit to San Siro for a competitive match since the 2016 Champions League final loss to Real Madrid.

Champions League games on Wednesday September 29th

Juventus v Chelsea

Where: Allianz Stadium

Time: 3pm Eastern | 2pm Central

How to Watch: Paramount+

Both clubs aren’t at their best right now, but this should still be a good matchup of two of Europes elite. Juventus aka “the Old Lady” have started their domestic season poor, sitting in 10th place after 10 games. Injuries to Álvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala have compounded their goal scoring issues after the departure of Ronaldo to Manchester United. However, Chelsea will be without N’Golo Kanté (tested positive for COVID-19), Christian Pulisic, Mason Mount, and Reece James. The last time Chelsea played away at Juventus was 2012, resulting win for a Juventus coached by Chelsea’s future and now former manager, Antonio Conte. The Blues will surely be looking to avoid another such result while Juventus can take solid control of the group with a result.

Sleeper Game of the Week

Wolfsburg v Sevilla

When: Wednesday, September 29th

Where: Volkswagen Arena

Time: 3pm Eastern | 2pm Central

How to Watch: Paramount+

Wolfsburg and Sevilla will meet for the very first time at the Volkswagen Arena this week, but the Spanish visitors have had a miserable time away against German sides, losing four and drawing two of their last six such encounters. Both are in search of their first win in the group and know how important this game is with everyone in the group tied on 1 point. Expect a low scoring and tense contest between these two sides. Wolfsburg have been in a goal scoring funk at home this season, only scoring 1 goal against RB Leipzig, Eintracht Frankfurt and Bochum respectively. Sevilla have only conceded one goal in their three away fixtures so far this season and have proven themselves as a resolute outfit to break down on the road in Europe, with their last Champions League away defeat coming in 2017 in Moscow.

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