LONDON, Sporting Alert – Watch live Champions League streaming coverage on ESPN3 on Matchday 4 on Tuesday, November 24.

Six of the eight group games on the schedule for Tuesday will be streamed live on, with WatchESPN also providing an option to follow the battles.

English Premier League outfits Arsenal will take on Dinamo Zagreb and needing to secure a victory to stand any chance of progressing from the group stages.

The Gunners are sitting last in Group F after picking just three points from the first four games and manager Arsene Wenger hopes his team can turn things around with a win at Emirates Stadium.

“We have not been inconsistent,” he said. “It’s just that in the last two games we have dropped points. Before that, we won five games on the trot.

“You can go through a spell like that in the season – it’s always how you respond that makes your season.”

Arsenal will be without several players, including Mickel Arteta (calf), Francis Coquelin (knee), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (hamstring), Theo Walcott (calf) and Aaron Ramsey (hamstring).

This clash against Dinamo Zagreb will be streamed live on ESPN3, starting at 2:45pm. Live TV channel included Fox Sports 1 USA for those in the United States.

Group F leaders Bayern Munich will take on second place Olympiacos at home, with this game also streaming live on ESPN3 and broadcasting on Fox Sports 2 USA.

A win for the German champions would see them clinching a place in the knockout round and manager Pep Guardiola hopes his side and go out there and get the job done.

“This game is a bit like a final for us. We can qualify for the next round as the top side in the group [if we win],” Guardiola said.

“They will not allow us much space, especially in front of their goal. Their wingers are very quick and they have some tall players too. We have to take the right decisions and we obviously want to score as early as possible.”

Also live on ESPN3 on Tuesday are the matchups between BATE vs Bayer Leverkusen, Zenit vs Valencia, Porto vs Dynamo Kyiv and Olympique Lyonnais vs Gent.

EPL side Chelsea takes on Maccabi Tel Aviv away from Stanford Bridge and this game will be televised on BT Sports 2


12:00pm BATE vs Bayer Leverkusen ESPN3, Fox Sports 1 USA
12:00pm Zenit vs Valencia ESPN3, Fox Sports 2 USA
2:45pm Barcelona vs Roma Fox Sports 2 USA
2:45pm Arsenal vs Dinamo Zagreb ESPN3, Fox Sports 1 USA
2:45pm Bayern München vs Olympiakos Piraeus ESPN3, Fox Soccer 2Go USA
2:45pm Porto vs Dynamo Kyiv ESPN3, Fox Soccer 2Go USA
2:45pm Maccabi Tel Aviv vs Chelsea Fox Sports Florida, TSN5, BT Sport 2
2:45pm Olympique Lyonnais vs Gent ESPN3, Fox Soccer 2Go USA


James Anderson is a major football contributor for SportingAlert. Covers events from the teams in London, including Chelsea and Arsenal.

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