World Football Update
Jon Forget
Nov 25th 2014
World Football Update
Feature Matches
A big week in the Champions League kicks off on Tuesday, with only two matches remaining for each Club in the Group Stage.  Here is a quick group by group synopsis of the matches to keep an eye on:

Group A:  Atletico Madrid will advance with a win or draw if Juventus lose. Olympiakos will qualify if they win and Juventus draw or lose.  Juventus can not be eliminated from Matchday 5.  Malmo must win to stay alive.

Group B:  Real Madrid are through, and will likely clinch first unless Basel can defeat them by a massive scoreline.  Basel will advance if they win and Liverpool lose.  Liverpool must win their final two matches to advance.

Group C:  B. Leverkusen will clinch the Group with a win, and advance with a draw.  Zenitwill be out with a loss and a Monaco win.  Benfica will be eliminated with a defeat, or with a draw and a Monaco win.  Monaco can not ensure advancement no matter what transpires on Matchday 5.

Group D:  Borussia Dortmund are through, and will clinch top spot by earning a point.  Arsenal will be through with a draw, and stay in contention for first with a win.  BothAnderlecht and Galatasaray need to win out in order to have any chance of advancing.

Group E:  Bayern have clinched first.  Roma are through with a win, and a Manchester City loss.  Manchester City must win, or Roma must draw or lose for them to stay in contention.

Group F:  Paris St. Germain and Barcelona will both advance, it is just a matter of who comes out on top.

Group G:  Chelsea will be through with a win.  Schalke would go top of the group with a win, but can not go through or be eliminated this week.  Maribor & Sporting are both eliminated with a loss.

Group H:  Porto have advanced, and can ensure first place with a win.  Shakhtar must win one or draw one of their remaining games to advance.

On the weekend we feature Club football, with the MLS Cup Conference Finals highlighting the schedule.  New England hold a 2-1 aggregate advantage over New York, with their match scheduled for 1pm this Saturday.  Los Angeles holds a 1-0 advantage over Seattle with their match scheduled for 7pm Sunday evening!

Cheers, and have a terrific Thanksgiving!

On the Horizon

Next week it's EPLCopa Del Rey, and Coppa Italia in the mid week.  On the weekend the EPL has another full slate of matches, La Liga and Serie A feature, and there are a handful of FA Cup fixtures to look forward to.  The highlight match of the week will be MLS Cup 2014!  
This Week's Football

Monday November 24th
Genoa v Palermo 12:45pm (Serie A)
Aston Villa v Southampton 1pm (EPL)
Tuesday November 25th
CSKA Moscow v Roma 10am (UEFA Champions League)
Bate v Porto 10am (UEFA Champions League)
Manchester City v Bayern Munchen 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Apoel v Barcelona 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Schalke v Chelsea 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Paris St. Germain v Ajax 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Sporting v Maribor 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Shaktar v Athletic Bilbao 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Coyotes v Avs 7pm (NHL)
Wednesday November 26th
Zenit v Benfica 10am (UEFA Champions League)
Arsenal v Borussia Dortmund 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Ludogrets v Liverpool 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Atletico Madrid v Olympiakos 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Basel v Real Madrid 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Malmo v Juventus 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
B. Leverkusen v Monaco 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Anderlecht v Galatasaray 12:45pm (UEFA Champions League)
Sao Paulo v Atletico Nacional 5pm (Copa Sudamerica)
Thursday November 27th
Feyenoord v Sevilla 11am (Europa League)
Wolfsburg v Everton 11am (Europa League)
Sparta Praha v Napoli 11am (Europa League)
Celtic v Salzburg 1pm (Europa League)
Tottenham v Partizan Belgrade 1pm (Europa League)
Villareal v B. M'Gladbach 1pm (Europa League)
River Plate v Boca Jrs. 4:45pm (Copa Sudamerica)
Friday November 28th
Marseille v Nantes 12:30pm (Ligue 1)
Freiburg v Stuttgart 12:30pm (Bundesliga)
Real Sociedad v Elche 12:45pm (La Liga)
Saturday November 29th
West Brom v Arsenal 5:45am (EPL)
Liverpool v Stoke 8am (EPL)
Manchester United v Hull City 8am (EPL)
West Ham v Newcastle 8am (EPL)
Swansea v Crystal Palace 8am (EPL)
Burnley v Aston Villa 8am (EPL)
Queens Park Rangers v Leicester City 8am (EPL)
Paris St. Germain v Nice 9am (Ligue 1)
Espanyol v Levante 10am (La Liga)
Sunderland v Chelsea 10:30am (EPL)
Malaga v Real Madrid 12pm (La Liga)
New England v New York 1pm (MLS Eastern Conference Final Leg 2)
Avs v Stars 7pm (NHL)
Sunday November 30th
Southampton v Manchester City 6:30am (EPL)
AC Milan v Udinese 7am (Serie A)
Tottenham v Everton 9am (EPL)
Sevilla v Granada 9am (La Liga)
Juventus v Torino 10am (Serie A)
Cordoba v Villareal 11am (La Liga)
Roma v Inter Milan 12:45pm (Serie A)
Valencia v Barcelona 1pm (La Liga)
Broncos @ Chiefs 6:30pm (NFL)
Seattle v L.A. 7pm (MLS Western Conference Final Leg 2)
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