With both Manchester clubs through to the knockouts, Liverpool can seal qualification with a win whilst Tottenham must beat Inter Milan to take Group B final qualification spot to the final matchday.
With four matchdays gone, UEFA Champions League starts getting serious as the knockout places begin to fill up over the next fortnight.
Tonight sees another round of return fixtures as Manchester City and United aim to move closer to booking their knockout spots.
Its time for the UEFA Champions League to enter the home stretch as return legs get underway with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur amongst those in action.
After Manchester experienced contrasting fortunes yesterday, its time for Liverpool and Tottenham to restart their Champions League campaigns.
Highlights of this week’s opening games include Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford with Juventus as they face Manchester United and Manchester City’s trip to Shakhtar Donetsk.
After a thrilling Tuesday night full of Groups E-H action, its time for Groups A-D to take centre stage with Tottenham and Liverpool at heart of big ties.
This week sees the second batch of Champions League games take place, kicking off with both Manchester clubs in action out of English teams.
After a goal filled Tuesday of Champions League action with contrasting fortunes for Tottenham and Liverpool, its now time for Manchester United and City to kick off their bids to become ‘Champions of Europe 2018-19’.
With September’s international break over and club football back, it means that its time for a new season of Champions League Football to get underway.