Inter, Barcelona poised to advance as UEFA Champions League resumes


Inter Milan and FC Barcelona, the past two winners of the UEFA Champions League, can clinch their places in the knockout round of the tournament with wins in today's group stage action.

Inter faces Tottenham at White Hart Lane in a rematch of the dramatic 4-3 Inter win on Oct. 20 while Barcelona must win in Copenhagen to secure passage to the knockout rounds.

U.S. national team midfielder Maurice Edu is in Spain today as his Rangers face Valencia. Injured U.S. national team midfielder Jermaine Jones won't be in action, but his Schalke 04 takes on Hapoel Tel Aviv.

Here is a rundown of today's UEFA Champions League schedule (and TV listings):


1:30pm– DirecTV/ – Rubin Kazan vs. Panathanaikos

3:45pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Tottenham vs. Inter Milan

3:45pm– Fox Soccer Plus/ Valencia vs. Rangers

3:45pm– Fox Sports Affiliates/ Bursaspor vs. Manchester United

3:45pm– DirecTV/ Benfica vs. Lyon

3:45pm– DirecTV/ Werder Bremen vs. FC Twente

3:45pm– DirecTV/ FC Copenhagen vs. Barcelona

3:45pm– DirecTV/ Hapoel Tel Aviv vs. Schalke 04


Which match will you be watching? Think Tottenham can knock off Inter? Looking forward to see if Maurice Edu can keep his recent hot streak going?

Share your thoughts below.

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10 Responses to Inter, Barcelona poised to advance as UEFA Champions League resumes

  1. Brian says:

    Has anyone subscribed to If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts.

  2. Sir_Knox says:

    BARÇA 4-0
    my prediction

  3. bryan says:

    would love to see Edu score another. And come on Kobenhavn!

  4. Chris says:

    Freakin’ hell! Fox only showing the EPL teams. So annoying!

  5. Jack says:

    When I set up my DVR Last night – FSC had the Barca match on tape delay right after Tottenham Inter

  6. rhian says:

    anyone know what game msg/msg plus is showing?

  7. This Guy says:

    It works just like MLS MatchDay but more reliable. I have it mainly for the rugby matches but I have no compaints.

  8. This Guy says:

    I seriously don’t think they even know. Perhaps they just show the feed they are given.

  9. Edwin in LA says:

    Chris I hope you have DirecTV, which btw I don’t see how anyone who is a Soccer fan doesn’t try to get this unless you’re in a loft or just don’t have the right view of the sky.

    DirecTV shows practically all the UCL games on their 469-470 channels I think.

    But anyways, I’m pretty sure Fox Sports en Español will have the Barca game, were there others you wanted to watch? If so atdhe dot net

  10. Chris says:

    Unfortunately satellite is not an option for me. Live in NYC brownstone apt with no view of the southern sky (taller buildings in the area block the view).