Here we are again: a midweek round of Champions League games. A fortnight ago, Premier League teams Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham did not have much to do. And luckily for them, the next two days see them playing exactly the same opponents as last time. Expect a goal-fest.
Bayern Munich v Olympiakos (5.55pm GMT, 12.55pm ET)
Lokomotiv Moscow v Juventus (5.55pm GMT, 12.55pm ET
PSG v Club Brugge (8pm GMT, 3pm ET)
Real Madrid v Galatasaray (8pm GMT, 3pm ET)
Crvena Zvezda v Tottenham Hotspur (8pm GMT, 3pm ET)
Atalanta v Man City (8pm GMT, 3pm ET)
Dinamo Zagreb v Shakhtar Donetsk (8pm GMT, 3pm ET)
Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid (8pm GMT, 3pm ET)
Read on for our best, expert VPN advice …
Use a VPN to watch a Champions League live stream from outside your country
We know, we know, this has crept up on you a bit. So what if you have a Bonfire Night break and you're out of the country for the first Champions League week of the season?
We can help. If you're out of the country for those Champions League fixtures, then you're on your way to work – do not work – the broadcaster knows where you are because of your IP address, and you'll be blocked by watching.
But assistance is on hand. To get around that, all you have to do is Virtual Private Network (VPN), assuming it complies with your broadcaster's T & Cs. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and t'internet, meaning the service can not work out. All the info is completely encrypted – and that's a result.
There are plenty of good-value options out there, including:
1. ExpressVPN (30-day, money-back guarantee)
The recommended VPN of choice. FourFourTwo'S brainy pals TechRadar love ExpressVPN's lightning-quick connections, security you can trust, and the fact it works with Android, Apple, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PS4 plus plenty more. It therefore comes with that money-back guarantee, has 24/7 support, is currently available for a 49% discount and with three months FREE. Grand.
2. North VPN (inc 30-day, money-back guarantee)
A cheaper option; its cheapest package current averages at a titchy £ 2.29 per month.
3. IPVanish (inc., Seven-day money-back guarantee)
Slightly more expensive but supports up to 10 devices, and you can pay up your hard-earned every three months if required.
How to watch the Champions League live for UK subscribers
The only broadcaster with rights for the Champions League in the UK this is BT sports, which will show every single game from the group stage, knockout rounds and final.
BT Sport is available for new and broadband TV customers, £ 6 a month for existing and from £ 25 a month for current Sky TV customers. Subscribers can use the BT Sport app or BTSport.com to watch on their mobile or PC streaming service.
How to watch the Champions League live for US subscribers
Champions League coverage is split between Turner sportss for English-language broadcast – with the majority of games shown for Bleacher Report Live subscribers – and Univision for Spanish broadcasts.
Bleacher Report Live costs $ 2.99 per game, $ 9.99 per month, or $ 79.99 per year.
A deal from yourself, grab a VPN, and watch the Champions League football wherever you are.
How to watch the Champions League live for Canadian subscribers
The streaming platform DAZN Has exclusive rights to the Champions League in Canada (and thus shows the Premier League, the Championship, Europa League, Serie A, the EFL Cup, MLS and the J-League). They're offering a one-month free trial, followed by a $ 20-a-month or annual subscription of $ 150.
DAZN supports iOS and Android phones and tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Apple TV and a gaggle of Smart TVs.
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How to watch the Champions League live for Australian subscribers
Good news for fans of the round ball game Down Under, as Optus – who is playing every single game of the Premier League Season – exclusive rights on the Champions League. Optus Sport for just $ 14.99 a month for non-subscribers.
It's also available via the Fetch TV box, your Xbox console, or from compatible streaming devices like iOS or Google Play, plus Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast.
Check out our VPN advice to watch the game when you're away from Australia.
How to watch the Champions League live for New Zealand subscribers
Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports is the catchily-named channel all football lovers in New Zealand want this season.
As well as the Champions League, it also shows the Spanish, German, Italian, Scottish and French Leagues, as Well as the Championship, FA Cup, EFL Cup and Copa Libertadores. Oh, and major international tournaments like the World Cup and next year's European Championships too.
To get all that, Sky Sports subscriptions start at $ 31.99 a month – but with a VPN from one of the deals above, you'll be able to log in and watch wherever you are in the world.
Who are the favorites for the Champions League?
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are the favorites with their first ever Champions League title, with Barcelona generally considered the likeliest team to overcome them. Reigning champions Liverpool are third favorites, just ahead of the next cluster which includes Real Madrid, Juventus, PSG, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and Tottenham.
Who are the favorites for Champions League top scorer?
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are considered the two strong favorites to end the season as Champions League top scorer, with Juve's Portuguese just popping the Barca attacker to top spot.
Behind them comes Manchester City's Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling, Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski and PSG's Kylian Mbappe.
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