By DAN KARELL
Group F of the UEFA Champions League takes the focus on Wednesday as Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund, and Napoli are all fighting for the two available spots to move on to the knockout round.
With everything still open in the final day, Arsenal travel to Napoli needing at least a draw, while Dortmund need a win and either an Arsenal draw or loss by less than a margin of two goals. Add in the history standing against the Gunners, who lost 4-0 the last time they played in Italy (at AC Milan) and it makes for an exciting final match day.
Elsewhere in the Champions League, both Barcelona and Chelsea look to secure the top spot in their groups when they take on Celtic and Steaua Bucharest, respectively, and Atletico Madrid hopes to keep their undefeated European run when they host FC Porto.
In the evening, the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team takes on England in their second match of the Nike International Friendlies, while Brazilian club Ponte Preta travel to the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires to face Lanus in the second leg of the Copa Sudamericana. The first leg ended 1-1 in Brazil, giving Lanus the advantage on away goals.
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Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule is after the jump):
2:45pm – Manchester United vs Shakhtar Donetsk – Fox Sports 1
2:45pm – Galatasaray vs Juventus – Fox Sports 2
2:45pm – FC Copenhagen vs Real Madrid – Fox Deportes
2:45pm – Bayern Munich vs Manchester City – Fox Soccer Plus
2:45pm – Real Sociedad vs Bayer Leverkusen – Fox Soccer 2Go
2:45pm – Benfica vs PSG – Fox Soccer 2Go
2:45pm – Olympiakos vs Anderlecht – Fox Soccer 2Go
2:45pm – Viktoria Plzeň vs CSKA Moscow – Fox Soccer 2Go
5pm – U.S. U-17 vs. England – USSoccer.com (Live Stream)
6:50pm – Lanús vs. Ponte Preta – Fox Deportes