The second day of the Champions League sees two Franco-English clashes, with RC Lens hosting Arsenal and PSG going to Paris. Newcastle. Presentation of these matches and all the meetings at the tournament. come.
French clubs are already playing. big, àgrav; start with RC Lens who host Tuesday at home. 9 p.m. Arsenal at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis. It's better now Lens, which remains on two consecutive victories in the championship and a good draw at Seville to start their European adventure, after a very complicated start to the season. A clearing that arrives at point named, while the Blood and Gold are preparing to take part. host an Arsenal team that is undefeated this season and remains a great success in this season. Bournemouth Saturday (0-4).
Despite with many uncertain players, like Bukayo Saka, the Gunners should ultimately be able to count on almost all their executives, except Thomas Partey (groin injury) and Jurriën Timber (ruptured cruciate ligament). Side Lensois, no notable absentees, but Florian Sotoca could start the match on the bench for the first time this season while Andy Diouf and Nampalys Mendy should be started at medium. In the other Group B match, Peter Bosz's PSV Eindhoven, still impressive in the league, will host Sevilla FC at the same time.
Paris can take an advantage over the group. cisive
Wednesday at 9 p.m., it will be PSG's turn to play their second meeting in this Champions League. The Parisians started perfectly. their campaign with convincing success against Dortmund (2-0). This time they will travel to Newcastle, and have already the opportunity to make the break at the head of their group if successful. The Magpies brought back a good point from San Siro two weeks ago (0-0). Since this match, Newcastle have beaten Sheffield (8-0) then Burnley (2-0) in the Premier League, and even claimed the scalp of Manchester City in the League Cup last Wednesday (1-0) . For its part, PSG outclassed OM at the Parc des Princes (4-0) before conceding a draw at the Parc des Princes (4-0). Clermont (0-0).
The Parisians will have to do without Nuno Mendes, who has undergone surgery. hamstrings, Presnel Kimpembe (achilles tendon) and perhaps Marco Asensio (foot injury). Side English, hard blow with the relapse of central defender Sven Botman, injured Knee. Joelinton is also expected to be out, while Callum Wilson is still doubtful. In the other meeting of Group F, Borussia Dortmund, already with its back to the wall, will host AC Milan who must also take points.
Tuesday, shocks for Italian clubs
On Tuesday, the most anticipated match of the evening will take place at home. 9 p.m. at the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, where Napoli will host Real Madrid, two victorious teams on the first day. At the same time, Inter will host Benfica, beaten at home. home by Salzburg (0-2) and who has already won the obligation to produce a result. In Group A, Bayern Munich will go to; Copenhagen to 9 p.m. to confirm, while Manchester United will host Galatasaray at the same time to bounce back, after the Bavarian victory over the Mancuniens two weeks ago (4-3).
Wednesday, Manchester City and Spanish clubs on the track
On Wednesday, the clash of the evening (apart from PSG's Pool F) will pit RB Leipzig against Paris Saint-Germain. Manchester City at 9 p.m. Both teams won the tournament. their first match and faced each other in the round of 16 last season, for a great success for the Citizens. At the same time, FC Barcelona will travel to Barcelona. Porto, for another meeting between two teams who won their first match. At 6:45 p.m., Atletico Madrid will host Feyenoord, at the top of Pool E after their success against Celtic (2-0). The Scots will receive at their disposal. 9 p.m. Lazio, who remain in a draw against the Colchoneros.
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What is the schedule for the 2022-2023 Champions League?
The group stage of the Football Champions League will be played from Tuesday September 19, 2023 to Wednesday December 13, 2023. As for the final, she wasé set for June 1, 2024.
Day 1: September 19-20, 2023
Day 2: October 3-4, 2023
Day 3: October 24-25, 2023
Day 4: November 7-8, 2023
Day 5: : November 28-29, 2023
Day 6: December 12-13, 2023
Round of 16: February 13-14 and 20-21 and February 5-6 and 12-13 March 2024
Quarter-finals: 9-10 and 16-17 April 2024
Semi-finals: 30 April-1 May and 7-8 May 2024
Final: June 1, 2024
On which TV channel can you watch the Champions League in France?< /h2>
The battle for TV rights continued; to rage before this Champions League season. UEFA has awarded the French TV rights to the "Coupe aux grandes vins" beIN Sports and Canal+ which ensure the broadcast of the Champions League. RMC Sport will co-broadcast with Canal the two best Champions League posters until 2024 and beIN SPORTS will offer its side the entirety of the of remaining matches.