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2021-2022 Champions League matchday 3

Today is the start of matchday three in the 2021-2022 UEFA Champions League tournament. In this article we discuss all English contenders in the Champions League. Read here who Manchester United, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool will face.

Club Brugge versus Manchester City

The first English team that comes into action is the number three of the English Premier League. Manchester City plays an important away match in Belgium. They face Club Brugge in the third gameweek of this Champions League season. Man City is currently in third place in the group, one point behind Club Brugge and Paris Saint-Germain. Losing this match isn’t really an option for the Cityzens.

Atletico Madrid versus Liverpool

Liverpool is the second English team in action in this gameweek. With an away match against Atletico Madrid they face their toughest match in this group stage. With 6 points on the board, Liverpool will travel to Madrid with a good feeling. Especially after the 0-5 victory in the Premier League over Watford last weekend. With an inform Mohamed Salah, Liverpool should be able to give Atletico Madrid a run for their money.

Manchester United versus Atlanta Bergamo

With a late victory over Villarreal, Manchester United saved their life in this group stage. Now they face Atlanta Bergamo at Old Trafford. The Italian side leads group F with four points after two games. A win for Manchester United would give them a good position for the remainder of this group stage.

Chelsea versus Malmo

Chelsea won their first match in the Champions League but lost against Juventus. Now they face a double match-up with Malmo FF. Starting with a home match. Six points from two matches would give them a great chance of getting into the next round. They need to win this home match to give themself a good chance of qualification.