hoffenheim vs lyon live stream, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

Hoffenheim will face their UEFA Champions League home match against Lyon on Tuesday, driven by Saturday’s comeback by Reiss Nelson in Nuremberg (start: 9 pm CEST / 8pm BST / 3pm ET).

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The teenager Nelson crowned his first start in the Bundesliga with a reinforcement for the match since TSG came from behind in Bavaria. Coach Julian Nagelsmann will expect more of the same from the England Under-21 international, who also scored an impressive free kick for his country during the international break, when Lyon arrives in Sinsheim. Hoffenheim, who finished third in the Bundesliga last season, will face this match against their French counterparts with confidence in the back of that result, as they head for the first Champions League victory.

Lyon recovered from a 5-0 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain by beating Nimes 2-0 on Friday, but a long list of injuries leaves coach Bruno Genesio with no options for the trip to Sinsheim. The captain of the club, Nabil Fekir, is ruled out by an ankle injury, which could also cause him to miss the reverse match in France. However, the attacking trio of Memphis Depay, Moussa Dembele and Bertrand Traore still represent a threat of goal for the leaders of Group F. TSG forward Ishak Belfodil spent four years under contract in Lyon.

Look: Reiss Nelson talks about his plans before a busy week in Europe


Match statistics
This is the first competitive match between Hoffenheim and Lyon.
TSG has never faced the French opposition before, but OL has faced Bundesliga clubs 25 times (W11, D3, L11).
Lyon have lost in their last two visits to Germany, where their registration says W4, D2, L7.
Nelson has scored four goals in just 165 minutes for Hoffenheim.
Nagelsmann is the youngest coach in the Champions League, debuting in September at the age of 31 years and 58 days.
TSG’s Andrej Kramaric faced Fekir in the final of the FIFA World Cup in July, and the Hoffenheim striker finished on the losing side.
Probable alignments
Hoffenheim: Baumann – Adams, Vogt, Bicakcic – Kaderabek, Grillitsch, Demirbay, Schulz – Nelson – Kramaric, Szalai
Absent: Amiri (foot), Geiger (hamstring), Bittencourt (muscular), Posch (calf), Rupp (knee)
Coach: Julian Nagelsmann

Lyon: Lopes – Mendy, Marcelo, Denayer, Marcal – Ndombele, Diop, Aouar – Depay – Dembele, Terrier
Absent: Fekir (ankle), Corneta (ankle), Dubois (thigh), Tete (adductor)
Coach: Bruno Genesio

Live updates

The match Hoffenheim vs Lyon will be held on October 23 at the Wirsol Rhein-Neckar Arena (Sinsheim)

It is a very interesting football match in the UEFA Champions League.

They will try to show us their best skills, combinations and tactics to win this match.

The position of the Hoffenheim table is the 1st position and has 4 points.

The position of the Lyon table is the 3rd position and has 3 points.

The favorite team is Hoffenheim, but Lyon tries to show us their best game and get a minimum of one point.

Please see the results of the previous game for the teams mentioned below: wed 10\24 1.00Am

real madrid vs plzen, telecast, schedule, lineups 2018

Julen Lopetegui could get a morale victory against Viktoria Plzen on Tuesday night with the budding Classic.

The Whites started the 2018-19 campaign in an unconnected way, with the club feeling the effects of losing Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo in the same summer.

Real should have few problems against Czech champion Plzen, but could achieve it with a few goals, and a clean sheet, to gain confidence before his trip on October 28 to Camp Nou to face Lionel Messi and Barcelona.

The holders of the Champions League also have work to do to have the opportunity to retain their trophy, with a defeat at CSKA Moscow in the week of game 2 leaving Group G in the balance.

• Levante defeated Madrid 2-1 at home on Saturday, extending their career without a win to five games (D1 L4) that go back to September 22. That represents its worst sequence of results since May 2009 (L5).

• Marcelo scored in the 72nd minute of Saturday, Madrid’s first goal in five games. His 482-minute unadjusted run is a club record, surpassing the previous total of 464 minutes set in April 1985.

• Sergio Ramos was the target of a 3-2 defeat at Spain’s home against England in the League of Nations on October 15; he had also scored in the 4-1 friendly win against Wales four days earlier.

• A penalty by Toni Kroos gave Germany the lead in France in the UEFA League of Nations on October 16, its 14th goal in 90 internationals, although the visitors lost 2-1.

• Gareth Bale returned as a part-time substitute on Saturday, having been out with a muscle problem since the 1-0 defeat at Alavés on 6 October, when Karim Benzema was withdrawn at halftime with a thigh injury. The Frenchman was replaced for 60 minutes against Levante on Saturday.

• Isco had been out of action since September 22 with appendicitis but started against Levante.

• A problem with the calves has kept Dani Carvajal out from the second day.

• Real Madrid were beaten 4-2 by Atlético neighbors in the UEFA Super Cup on August 15, their first final defeat in the international competition since losing to Boca Juniors in the 2000 European-South American Cup.

• Luka Modrić was voted the UEFA Men’s Player of the Year for 2017/18 on 30 August. The Croatian also picked up the award for the UEFA Champions League midfielder, with his club mates Keylor Navas and Sergio Ramos collecting the prizes for the Goalkeeper and the Defender, respectively.

• Plzeň suffered three consecutive away defeats in all competitions: conceding 12 goals when losing in Slavia Praha (0-4) and Jablonec (0-3) in the Czech league, in addition to the 5-0 reverse in Rome in the second day – before the victory in the Czech Cup 5-1 in Vyškov on October 11. They were 2-2 in Bohemians on Friday.

• The result of Rome was Plzeň’s strongest defeat since a 5-0 defeat at Slavia in May 2016.

• Twelve of the 17 goals in the Plze this league this season have been scored in the last 30 minutes of games, including seven in the last 15.

• Michael Krmenčík scored in the 2-1 victory of the UEFA League of the Czech Republic in Slovakia on 13 October.

• Radim Řezník (concussion) and Lukáš Hejda (muscle) missed the Czech Republic’s matches against Slovakia and Ukraine due to injury, although both played in the Bohemians on Friday.

• Jan Kopic has been sidelined since Plzeň’s 1-0 victory against Sparta on September 28 due to an ankle injury.

• The official club shirts for the UEFA Champions League group stage feature a logo that promotes the national registry of bone marrow donors on the back. All Plzeň senior and sub-19 players have joined the registry.