The group stage of the 2022–23 UEFA Champions League has been great, and we are prepared for the remaining two matchweeks.
Because of the packed schedule brought on by the 2022 World Cup beginning in November, Champions League action has taken up most of the weekdays.
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Can Real Madrid win consecutive Champions League championships? Or will the Premier League heavyweights continue to make it to the final—at least one PL team has done so in each of the last four all-English finals—and do even better this time around?

In the “group of death,” Bayern Munich, Barcelona, and Inter Milan are grouped together, while Tottenham was given a (relatively) simple draw in Group D alongside Eintracht Frankfurt, Sporting CP, and Marseille. In Group G, Manchester City will compete against Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla, two stalwarts of the European scene, while Group H has PSG and Juventus.

For the first time in 15 years, the Scottish Premiership will have two clubs competing in the UCL group stage, as Rangers returns to the Champions League group stage alongside bitter Glasgow rivals Celtic. Both have experienced great difficulty.

The Bundesliga has five teams in the group stage for the first time after Frankfurt won the Europa League last season to qualify, while Benfica, Copenhagen, Dinamo Zagreb, Viktoria Plzen, and Maccabi Haifa also advanced through the playoffs.

What you need to know after the UEFA Champions League group stage is provided here.

Schedule, dates, and how to watch the UEFA Champions League Group stage matches will take place between September and November Online: NBCSports.com ‘s live updates

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