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Champions League news from Monday, February 19, 2018

- (Photo credit: Ben Sutherland) 19:45 GMT, Tuesday 20th February, Stamford Bridge (London, England), BT Sport On Tuesday, Antonio Conte’s creaking Chelsea team welcome a Barcelona side who are seven points clear at the top of La Liga for the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16. On paper, Barcelona are the overwhelming favourites even despite the fact they do not have home advantage for...

- (Photo credit: Tim Wang) Up until this point, the 2017/18 season has been a kind one to the Champions League’s English sides. Manchester City and Liverpool are all but through to the next round after their first legs, Tottenham have a slender away-goal advantage against Juventus, and Chelsea and Manchester United are gearing up to take on La Liga’s finest. The Premier League sides who make it ...

- (Photo credit: Klobetime) The mood inside the Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday afternoon was buoyant as the home fans saw their Atletico Madrid side deservedly defeat Athletic Club Bilbao 2-0. It was a result which ensured the gap at the summit of the table to Barcelona stayed at seven points.  Such has been Atletico Madrid's recent form – four wins in a row and just one league defeat all season �...

- The 2008/09 Champions League semi final was quite the fixture - controversy, questionable refereeing and a last minute winner left Chelsea fans with a bitter taste in their mouths. ? However, Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta has warned Andres Iniesta that the Chelsea faithful haven't forgotten about his 93rd minute screamer.  In a recent interview (), the Chelsea defender is confident that th...

- With a full slate of crucial UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League games scheduled this week, we’ve got the complete and accurate US TV schedule for you (as well as the links to the legal streaming options). As normal, the rights holders FOX Sports and ESPN have made some late changes, so be sure to review the following schedule so you can don’t miss any of the European soccer action th...

- Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich host Turkish champions Besiktas on Tuesday night, as the UEFA Champions League returns for a second wave of first-leg ties. The Bavarians are at home for the first encounter after finishing runners-up behind Paris Saint-Germain, while Besiktas topped Group G after going unbeaten in their six games. Here are three key battles that could decide their clash at the Alli...

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