Tuesday, October 21, 2014
The Blues dropped off after a promising start to the season, but look to bounce back with several players returning from injuries.
Tottenham is searching for both consistency and home form.
The Russian side is fighting for the top spot with Monaco, although Leverkusen could overtake it with a win.
Former Giallorossi midfielder Pep Guardiola returned to the Stadio Olimpico and oversaw a sensational 7-1 demolition of his old club.
The Reds know they'll have their hands full against the European champions, who will be without injured winger Gareth Bale.
The Portuguese club is in search of its first group points, while the Ligue 1 side is fighting for the top spot.
Last year's losing finalist is out for a second win in Group A.
The Greek side will be looking for an upset when the Italian champions visit.
The Gunners remain without a number of key players for their Champions League trip to Belgium as they look to close the gap on Borussia Dortmund at the top of the group.
The Roma coach said his tactical choices led to the 7-1 defeat in Champions League action Tuesday.
The midfielder hopes Barcelona can maintain its winning ways after notching a 3-1 triumph over Ajax.
The Bayern manager says there is not a "huge gap" between his side and Roma, despite Tuesday's 7-1 scoreline.
The veteran forward appreciated the opportunity to hit a penalty in the Champions League.
City surrendered a two-goal lead as its settled for a draw with CSKA Moscow.
The Mexican international scored the match's opener but later made a gaffe.
The forward's late penalty on a questionable decision saw the German side avoid collapse.
The striker is only the second player to score five times in a Champions League game after Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
PSG took another step toward the Champions League knockout stage, with the club remaining atop Group F.
Edinson Cavani scored in the 87th minute to secure all three points for Laurent Blanc's side on what looked as if it was going to be a frustrating night for the Ligue 1 champion.
Neymar, Lionel Messi and Sandro scored as the Catalans notched a victory ahead of Saturday's Clasico clash with Real Madrid.