Champions League 2023/24 Fixtures This Week

Champions League footballs are back this week as Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and many more elite clubs will resume with the Group Stage’s Matchday 2.

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Here we are with the Champions League fixtures this week:

October 3rd

  • FC Union Berlin vs SC Braga – Group C
  •  RB Salzburg vs Real Sociedad – Group D

October 4th

  • Copenhagen vs Bayern Munich – Group A
  •  Man United vs Galatasaray – Group A
  •  PSV vs Sevilla – Group B
  •  RC Lens vs Arsenal – Group B
  •  Napoli vs Real Madrid – Group C
  •  Inter Milan vs Benfica – Group D
  •  Atletico Madrid vs Feyenoord – Group E
  •  Antwerp vs Shakhtar Donetsk – Group H

October 5th

  • Celtic vs Lazio – Group E
  •  Dortmund vs AC Milan – Group F
  •  Newcastle vs PSG – Group F
  •  Crvena Zvezda vs Young Boys – Group G
  •  RB Leipzig vs Man City – Group G
  •  FC Porto vs Barcelona – Group H
Champions League resumes
Champions League resumes

Games to watch

The notable games for Group Stage Matchday 2 will be the blockbuster of Napoli vs Real Madrid in Southern Italy.

These two sides are expected to progress from Group C, and both secured slender victories on matchday 1 to get their respective campaigns off to the perfect start.

Bellingham scored a late winner for Real Madrid
Champions League 2023/24 Fixtures This Week – Bellingham loves a late winner for Real Madrid

Napoli vs Real Madrid H2H Record

  • Napoli: 0 wins
  •  Real Madrid: 3 wins
  •  Draws: 1
  •  Last meeting: Napoli 1-3 Real Madrid (March 7th 2017 – Champions League)

Current Form (all competitions)

  • Napoli: DWDWW
  •  Real Madrid: WWWLW

Real Madrid dealt an injury blow last week when David Alaba limped off in the win over Las Palmas. While the Austrian isn’t expected to be sidelined for too long, he’ll miss Tuesday’s Champions League bout.

Meanwhile, a goal fest is expected at St James’ Park as Newcastle will host Paris Saint-Germain for the first time in the history of the Champions League.

FC Porto will take on Barcelona, the first meeting between these two since the 2011 UEFA Super Cup.

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