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How one can watch UEFA Champions League (10/27/20): Fixtures for matchday 2 | Actual Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea, extra – syracuse.com

The 2020-2021 UEFA Champions League Group Stage continues into Matchday 2 with 16 games scheduled between Tuesday, October 27 and Wednesday, October 28 (10/27-10/28/2020).

In the U.S., fans can catch all 16 games on Matchday 2 on TV or streaming services, including CBS All Access, which will carry all 16 games and every UEFA Champions League fixture this season. Additional matches will be broadcast in Spanish on TUDN, UniMas and Galavision, which can be live streamed on fuboTV. Full TV schedule below.

After the first Matchday, 12 teams started off the season with wins, including resounding wins with 4-goal leads for Barcelona, Bayern and Atalanta. Only Group E (Krasnodar, Rennes, Sevilla and Chelsea) had draws across the board.

In the Champions League Group Stage, teams including past titleholders for the Champions and Europa Leagues compete for a seed in the knockout phase and a shot at the European Champion Clubs’ Cup.

What is the 2020 UEFA Champions League TV schedule for Matchday 2?

All times ET.

Group A

10/27 Lokomotiv Moscow vs. Bayern Munich @ 1:55 p.m. TV: Galavision. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/27 Atletico Madrid vs. RB Salzburg @ 4:00 p.m. TV: Galavision. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group B

10/27 Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Inter Milan @ 1:55 p.m. TV: TUDN, UniMas. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/27 Monchengladbach vs. Real Madrid @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDN, UniMas. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group C

10/27 Marseille vs. Manchester City @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 1. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/27 Porto vs. Olympiacos @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 2. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group D

10/27 Liverpool vs. Midtjylland @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 3. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/27 Atalanta vs. Ajax @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 4. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group E

10/28 Krasnodar vs. Chelsea @ 1:55 p.m. TV: Galavision. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/28 Sevilla vs. Rennes @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 1. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group F

10/28 Club Brugge vs. Lazio @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 3. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/28 Dortmund vs. Zenit @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 2. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group G

10/28 Ferencvaros vs. Dynamo Kyiv @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDNxtra 4. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/28 Juventus vs. Barcelona @ 4:00 p.m. TV: TUDN, UniMas. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Group H

10/28 Istanbul Basaksehir vs. PSG @ 1:55 p.m. TV: TUDN, UniMas. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV10/28 Manchester United vs. RB Leipzig @ 4:00 p.m. TV: Galavision. Stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Where can I live stream the UEFA Champions League for free?

The entire UEFA Champions League can be live streamed on CBS All Access (1 week free). Many matches are also available on fuboTV (1 week free). These services are available on on Amazon Fire, Apple and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku and more devices. They can be cancelled any time, so if you want to start your free trial on Tuesday and cancel after the games on Wednesday, you won’t be charged for anything.

What is CBS All Access?

CBS All Access is a streaming service available from CBS for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Monday and then cancel on Wednesday, you’d only be charged for one month). CBS ALL Access gives you access to a huge library of CBS shows on demand like “NCIS,” original series like “Star Trek: Picard” and “The Twilight Zone,” and live streaming of events, news and sports like The Grammys, your local CBS News station, live NFL broadcasts and more.

Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to everything CBS All Access has to offer, even if they do include other CBS stations, so if you want to watch All Access exclusives, you’re going to have to pay the $5.99 subscription fee. Unlike other streaming services, CBS All Access also gives you full access to live broadcasts of its regular TV programming across CBSN, CBS Sports HQ and ET Live.

The CBS All Access App is available on Amazon Fire, Apple and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox and more.

How much does CBS All Access cost?

The basic subscription is for $5.99 per month, and includes limited commercial breaks. You can also subscribe for $9.99 per month for commercial free viewing (although live streams of TV stations will still have commercials).

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