Champions League Matches Online: Where to View Matchday 6

Although ITV currently screen UEFA’s top competition, a lot of this season’s Champions League match fixtures are broadcast by Sky in the UK, Bayern Munich vs Manchester City for example, so if you’re not a Sky Sports subscriber where should you go for free live football?

Match day 6 is normally one of the season’s most exciting as team scramble for a place in the knockout round so a live feed of Champions League football is a must for any fan. Tonight the first 4 groups play to a finish. Some of the mouth-watering ties include Bayern Munich v Manchester City and Manchester United against Shakhtar Donetsk. United’s match will be shown live on ITV 1 where Adrian Chiles will be joined by Lee Dixon and Roy Keane, but you’ll need Sky to watch Manchester City in action on your TV. It should be a decent match as City want top spot in the group from Bayern. If you want to view it on your computer, you could use Rojadirecta.me or Streamhunter.eu to watch champions league online. If you have a PS2 you could use Sopcast.org.

Tomorrow’s fixtures are just as enticing as tonight’s with Chelsea facing Steaua Bucharest and Arsenal away to Napoli. Jose Mourinho’s men will need a win to secure first place in Group E but they’ve already qualified for the next phase of the competition. Tomorrow night’s game will be the 4th between the sides, with Chelsea leading by two wins to one. Arsenal’s Group F encounter could end with the four sides deadlocked on 12 points if Arsenal lose to Napoli and Dortmund are successful against Marseille on match day 6. To qualify, Arsenal need to avoid a defeat by 3 goals. Arsenal will be expecting to win after their 2-0 victory at the Emirates on match day 2 but they may play safe as a point would ensure qualification.

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