Matchday Two of UEFA Champions League 2016/17 gets underway this evening.
Much of the attention will be on the match at Celtic Park between the Scottish champions and the favourites for the Premier League title, Manchester City, with the hosts looking to cause an upset in one of the toughest of the eight groups.
Tuesday 27th September 2016
Leicester City v Porto – BT Sport 2, 7.00pm
Leicester host Porto in Group G of the UEFA Champions League at the King Power Stadium. Two goals from Riyad Mahrez helped the Foxes to a 3-0 win against Brugge in matchday one.
CSKA Moscow v Tottenham – BT Sport 3, 7.00pm
CSKA Moscow host Tottenham in Group E of the UEFA Champions League at the Arena CSKA. Spurs look to bounce back from their disappointing defeat against Monaco in matchday one.
Dortmund v Real Madrid – BT Sport ESPN, 7.30pm
Dortmund host Real Madrid in Group F of the UEFA Champions League at the Westfalenstadion. Dortmund thrashed Legia Warsaw 6-0 in their opening game, while Madrid beat Sporting 2-1.
Wednesday 28th September 2016
Celtic v Manchester City – BT Sport 2, 7.00pm
Celtic face Man City in a Battle of Britain clash in Group C of the UEFA Champions League. Celtic lost 7-0 to Barcelona in matchday one, while City were 4-0 winners over Gladbach.
Arsenal v Basel – BT Sport 3, 7.00pm
Arsenal host Basel in Group A of the UEFA Champions League at the Emirates. Alexis Sanchez’s late equaliser salvaged a 1-1 draw for the Gunners in their opening match against PSG.
All five matches kick-off at 7.45pm.
ITV will air free-to-air highlights on Wednesday night at 10.40pm.
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