The Champions League 2015 live stream and TV schedule resumes on Tuesday as Porto vs. Chelsea will be among the features matchups at Estadio de Dragao in Portugal. The UEFA league season is still young as each team has played just one matchup so far, but Chelsea is already the sole leader in Group G, with Porto looking to grab an upset win and move up a bit early on. The UEFA live streaming online and televised action arrives courtesy of Fox Sports and other sources on Tuesday.
According to a BBC Sport report on Sept. 28, Chelsea will have the services of striker Diego Costa for this game as his domestic three-match ban doesn’t include European games. The good news for Chelsea is also that manager Jose Mourinho doesn’t have any new injury worries heading into this Group G matchup. On the opposing side, Porto will be without midfielders Hector Herrera and Silvestre Varela. Midfielder Yacine Brahimi is still on the squad despite hurting his knee against Moreirense this past Friday.
Chelsea, from the English Premier League, currently leads the group with three points and a goal differential of four. FC Porto is tied for second place with Dynamo Kiev as each team has just one point. A win for Porto would possibly push them ahead of Chelsea for the early Group G lead. In previous results, Chelsea bested Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 for their opening win, while Porto ended in a draw at 2-2 against Dynamo Kiev.
Vegas odds makers have this next matchup as a close one with both teams priced positively for the game. Chelsea opened as +175 with FC Porto at +167 and a draw at +210. The game’s over/under started at 2-1/2 goals but has since moved down to two goals for the game. Porto continues to be the slight favorite, priced around +150 to +155 to win, with Chelsea a slight underdog at +185 or +190. In terms of future odds, Chelsea is fourth overall with odds of 9 to 1 to win the Champions League, while Porto is down the list at 100 to 1.
Tuesday afternoon’s Porto vs. Chelsea UEFA Champions League matchup gets started at 2:45 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage is available in the United States on Fox Sports Southwest, with live streaming online via Fox Sports Go in select regions. There’s also the subscription service Fox Soccer Go which members can use to watch live stream feeds of all UEFA games this season.