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UEFA Champions League TV Schedule
December 11th, 2007 7AM

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Five berths in the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League will be on the line on Tuesday. Marseille, only 13th in France's Ligue 1, can clinch a berth in the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League with a win against Liverpool at the Stade Velodrome. OM, which has won all six home games it's played against English clubs, will also advance with a tie unless Besiktas wins at Porto. Liverpool will probably be knocked out unless it wins. In Group C, all four teams remain in contention, though the top two teams, Real Madrid and Olympiakos, are both at home.

Group A
Marseille vs. Liverpool (ESPN2, live, 2:30 pm ET; ESPN Deportes, delay, 7 pm ET)
Porto vs. Besiktas (Setanta Sports USA, delay, 4:45 pm ET)
Standings: Porto 8 points; Marseille, Liverpool 7; Besiktas 6.

Group B
Chelsea vs. Valencia (Setanta Sports USA, live, 2:30 pm ET)
Schalke 04 vs. Rosenborg (Setanta Sports USA, delay, 6:30 pm ET)
Standings: *Chelsea 11 points; Rosenborg 7; Schalke 04, Valencia 4.

Group C
Real Madrid vs. Lazio (ESPN Deportes, live, 2:30 pm ET; ESPN Classic, delay, 5 pm ET)
Olympiakos vs. Werder Bremen (ESPN Deportes, delay, 4:45 pm ET)
Standings: Real Madrid, Olympiakos 8 points; Werder Bremen 6; Lazio 5.

 



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