UEFA releases Champions League pairs for the group stage

UEFA released their Champions League pairings which ensure that some teams do not play on the same day for television purposes.

Manchester City and Liverpool have been paired together, so they will play on different days in the group stage of this season’s Champions League.

The same is true of London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

Each team will play three matches on Tuesday and three matches on Wednesday.

Television pairings can have an impact on the group stage draw as explained by UEFA: “To ensure that double clubs from the same country play on separate days according to the aforementioned pairing Principles, the eight groups will be highlighted in color: groups A through D will be red, groups E through H will be blue.

When the double club is tied, for example, in one of the red groups (A, B, C or D), the other double club- Once it is drawn It will automatically be assigned to one of the four blue groups (E, F, G, or H).

“The red and blue combos will be necessaryPlay consistently in two different match sequences. “

Teams in Spain, Germany, France, Portugal and Scotland have also been paired together by UEFA to increase television audiences for the competition.

A complete list of this season’s Champions League pairings

Watch the Champions League group stage draw live the athlete.

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