Copenhagen vs Manchester City live stream, Tuesday 11 October, 5.45pm BST
Copenhagen vs Manchester City live stream and match preview
Looking for a Copenhagen vs Manchester City live stream? We’ve got you covered with our handy guide.
Manchester City (opens in a new tab) travel to Copenhagen knowing that a fourth win from four in Group G will send them through to the Champions League knockout stages.
Pep Guardiola’s side beat the Danish champions 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium last week, with – you guessed it – Erling Haaland scoring a brace. City come into this encounter on a winning streak of six in all competitions; they have scored four or more goals in four of those games, beating Southampton 4-0 at home in the Premier League last time out.
Copenhagen, on the other hand, have lost four and won only one of their last seven. Hit hard by injuries, Jacob Neestrup’s side have scored just five goals in their last 10 outings. Defeat here coupled with Borussia Dortmund’s win over Sevilla in the night’s other Group G game will knock them out of the Champions League.
Copenhagen are missing no less than eight players for this match: in addition to long-time absentees Zeca and Akinkunmi Amoo, Andreas Cornelius, Rasmus Falk, Orri Oskarsson, Mamoudou Karamoko, Khouma Babacar and Denis Vavro are all absent.
As for City, Guardiola remains without the services of Kyle Walker, John Stones and Kalvin Phillips.
Manchester City: WWWWWW
Artur Soares Dias from Portugal will be the referee for Copenhagen against Manchester City.
Copenhagen vs Manchester City will be played at Parken.
Elsewhere in the group
The other Group G match of the evening between Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla kicks off at 8 p.m.
Kick off and chain
Kick-off is at 5.45pm BST on tuesday october 11 and the game is broadcast live on BTSport 4 (opens in a new tab) in Great Britain. See below for international streaming options.
If you’re out of the country for a round of Champions League matches, unfortunately your domestic on-demand services won’t work – the broadcaster knows where you are thanks to your IP address (boo!). You won’t be able to watch it, which isn’t ideal if you’ve paid for a subscription and still want to follow the action without resorting to the illegal streams you’ve found on Reddit.
But help is at hand. To get around this, all you need to do is get a virtual private network (VPN), assuming it complies with your broadcaster’s T&Cs. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, which means the service can’t determine where you are and won’t automatically block the service you paid for. All information in between is fully encrypted – and that’s a result.
There are plenty of good-value options, including:
International TV rights
• UK: BT Sports (opens in a new tab) – which you can get with a non-subscription £25 monthly pass (opens in a new tab)
• UNITED STATES: Paramount More (opens in a new tab) – plans start $4.99 per month (opens in a new tab) with a 7-day free trial
• Canada: DAZN (opens in a new tab) – which you can get with a non-subscription $24.99 monthly pass (opens in a new tab)
• Australia: Stan Sports (opens in a new tab) – it’s from $20 per month (opens in a new tab) (including a $10 Stan base subscription) and comes with a seven-day free trial
• New Zealand: Spark Sports (opens in a new tab) – a subscription is $24.99 per month (opens in a new tab)with a 7-day free trial