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Champions League score picks, predictions: Tottenham advance, Barcelona win on their way to Europa League

On Matchday 6 of the Champions League, the remaining places in the knockout round will be finalized. There are four spots open as Chelsea, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Benfica, Club Brugge, Liverpool, PSG, Porto, Napoli, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City are already through, but there will be some jostling to see who wins group all eyes will be on Group D as anyone in the group consisting of Tottenham, Marseille, Sporting CP and Eintracht Frankfurt can finish in the last 16. AC Milan also need just one point to qualify for the knockout stages, but if they don’t make it then Group E can also be interesting. Group F is the last group with an open spot as winners Shakhtar Donetsk and RB Leipzig will make it into the last 16. Check out the schedule and remember you can watch it all on Paramount+ and check out our staff picks for all games below:

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Broadcast schedule for Tuesday

  • UEFA Champions League today, 1:30 p.m. CBS Sports Network and Paramount+
  • FC Porto vs. Atlético Madrid, 1:45 p.m., Paramount+
  • Bayer Leverkusen vs Club Brugge, 1:45 p.m., Paramount+
  • UEFA Champions League today, 3 p.m., CBS Sports Network and Paramount+
  • The Golazo Show, 4 p.m., CBS Sports Network and Paramount+
  • Bayern Munich vs. Inter Milan, 4 p.m., Paramount+
  • Liverpool vs Napoli, 4pm, Paramount+
  • Olympique de Marseille v Tottenham Hotspur, 4pm, Paramount+
  • Rangers vs Ajax, 4 p.m., Paramount+
  • Viktoria Pilsen vs Barcelona, ​​4 p.m., Paramount+
  • Sporting CP vs. Eintracht Frankfurt, 4 p.m., Paramount+
  • UEFA Champions League Post-Match Show, 6 p.m., CBS Sports Network and Paramount+

Broadcast schedule on Wednesday

  • UEFA Champions League today, 1:30 p.m. CBS Sports Network and Paramount+
  • Real Madrid vs Celtic, 1:45 p.m., Paramount+
  • Shakhtar Donetsk vs RB Leipzig, 1:45 p.m., Paramount+
  • UEFA Champions League today, 3 p.m., CBS Sports Network and Paramount+
  • The Golazo Show, 4 p.m., CBS Sports Network and Paramount+
  • AC Milan – Red Bull Salzburg, 4 p.m., Paramount+
  • Maccabi Haifa vs Benfica, 4pm, Paramount+
  • Copenhagen vs. Borussia Dortmund, 4 p.m., Paramount+
  • Manchester City vs Sevilla, 4pm, Paramount+
  • Juventus vs Paris Saint-Germain, 4 p.m., Paramount+
  • Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb, 4pm, Paramount+
  • UEFA Champions League Post-Match Show, 6 p.m., CBS Sports Network and Paramount+

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Marseille vs Tottenham

A duel to watch: Matteo Guendouzi vs Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has the potential to intrigue with a French flair amid the Spurs man’s origins. Who can prevail in the battle for the midfields could determine who wins this game in the end. Much will depend on both sides’ ability to score but Marseille really need to dominate Tottenham wherever possible to have a chance.

Most likely to score: Harry is likely to meet Kane at some point in this game. The question is whether or not OM can surpass Tottenham – not whether the hosts can rule out their visitors. Chancel Mbemba’s dismissal in their first meeting changed the game and Marseille need to channel that kind of defensive solidity here.

Man of the Match election: Son Heung Min could make it big here considering Marseille will be so focused on going on the jugular. Spurs should have plenty of break chances and the Korean’s speed will be key to capitalize on those opportunities and secure a positive result.

Match prediction: Marseille 1, Tottenham 2. As much as I personally want to advance OM for the good of French football in Europe, I feel this game is dangerous for both sides and could easily go either way. Ultimately I give the advantage to Spurs, but that’s mainly due to Marseille’s disappointing form. The Veldrome atmosphere could be a big equalizing factor, but the home side has yet to show up and put in a big performance. -Jonathan Johnson

Liverpool vs Naples

A duel to watch: Darwin Nunez vs. Kim Min-Jae – As Nunez could use goals that would kick-start his career at Anfield but he will do well to beat Napoli’s summer signing when it comes to physical clashes. Nunez knows how to find shooting opportunities, but Kim will push him to use them quickly. Under the circumstances, the Uruguayan can be a bit more wasteful than Liverpool expected when they signed him from Benfica.

Most likely to score: Victor Osimhen – Six goals from four games is a more than fitting injury return for Osimhen, who caused such problems for the Liverpool defender in Napoli for 40 minutes. Had he been able to continue this game he would certainly have found the net, expect him to pick up where he left off.

Man of the Match: Piotr Zielinski – Again, we’re going back to September for clues as to what will decide this game. Zielinski dominated a Liverpool midfield that now looks as leggy as it did a few weeks ago. Only Neymar has created more Champions League chances this season than the Pole, who is looking to prove why his opponents have coveted him in recent years.

Match prediction: Liverpool 0, Napoli 2: Luciano Spalletti will be aware that this is a real chance for him Partenopei to put their stamp on European football. So expect him to name his strongest team and if Liverpool isn’t a game for the bottom half Premier League teams at the moment, why expect them to face the Serie A leaders? -James Benge

AC Milan vs Salzburg

A duel to watch: Fikayo Tomori vs. Noah Okafor – One of the most interesting duels of the week. The AC Milan defender didn’t start the season as well as last year, while the RB Salzburg forward was definitely one of the most underrated players in the current Champions League. The 22-year-old scored three goals in the first five games of the group stage.

Most likely to score: Rafael Leao – He played a rather disappointing game against Torino on Sunday, missing some crucial scoring chances while the Rossoneri lost away to Ivan Juric’s side. AC Milan must achieve at least one draw to qualify for the next round.

Voted Man of the Match: Olivier Giroud – The France forward is one of the most important players in the squad as he has shown in the past that he can be a decisive and experienced player when it counts. This is one of those games where his experience is necessary and can become a factor in the final outcome of the game.

Match prediction: AC Milan 2, RB Salzburg 0.

Stefano Pioli’s side cannot pass up the opportunity to qualify for the next round and must react after a disappointing defeat by Torino. -Francesco Porzio

Featured Game | AC Milan vs Salzburg

Chelsea vs Zagreb

A duel to watch: Mislav Orsic against Chelsea full-back. While it’s hard to know who Graham Potter will field at full-back, especially after the 4-1 defeat by Brighton, their defensive role at Orsic will be crucial for the Blues. Orsic has been dangerous and can create his own dribbling chances and will also unleash unexpected shots from across the field, but Zagreb lack attacking prowess if he’s ruled out of the game. Ever since Reece James went under, Chelsea have struggled to defend against top wingers and while it hasn’t cost teams many games yet they will eventually have to find a structure without James as a backup.

Most likely to score: mason mountain. Mount has had a strange season as his offensive performance has been inconsistent, but he still brings great value to the team through his playmaking contributions. In a game where he has room to operate, Mount will be able to score in what will turn into a victory for Chelsea.

Man of the Match election: mason mountain. To help Chelsea win, Mount needs to have a good game to push the team forward while also finishing on the scorers’ chart. With his role in orchestrating attack, it’s difficult for Chelsea to have a good game without Mount also having a good game.

Game Prediction: Chelsea 4, Zagreb 2. The Blues will prevail in a back-and-forth match to recover from their disappointment at the weekend. – Charles Booth

Featured Game | Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb

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