Wolfsburg v Manchester United (live, Tuesday, FS1, FOX Sports Go, 2 p.m. ET)
Reasons to watch: This one is easy: it’s win and you’re in for both teams, but the pressure is more firmly on United who can either win the group outright -- or tumble out. Louis van Gaal’s men have been uninspiring of late to say the least, looking well off the pace in a grim home 0-0 draw against West Ham. Wayne Rooney and Morgan Schneiderlin did not travel (injury) and against a fleet, high-scoring Wolfsburg, United's shaky back line is likely to be tested. Van Gaal’s old team, PSV can do damage if they get a result against eliminated CSKA and United fail to win.
Stuart Franklin (Bongarts) & Mic
Manchester City v Moenchengladbach (live, Tuesday, FS2, FOX Sports Go 2 p.m. ET)
Reasons to watch: City, reeling from a shock 2-0 loss to Stoke on the weekend, got a boost with the return of Yaya Toure to training. Sergio Aguero remains out as his injury has reportedly worsened ahead of a game that City must win and hope. City have already qualified, but a win here combined with a Sevilla win over Juventus gives the Sky Blues the group – and potentially an easier draw. Gladbach are fighting for a slot in the Europa League.
Alex Livesey & Christian Verheye
Sevilla v Juventus (live, Tuesday, FOXSoccer2GO, 2 p.m. ET)
Reasons to watch: Sevilla, who came into the contest riding high after back-to-back Europa League wins look to be heading back into UEFA’s second tier. Juventus have virtually locked up the top slot – the rising Italian side can only be knocked loose if they lose and City win – but look for the Spaniards to pressure them from the start. Juventus will try to lock the game down early, and keep their momentum going.
Lars Baron (Bongarts) & Gabriel
Olympiakos v Arsenal (live, Wednesday, FS2, FOX Sports Go, 2 p.m. ET)
Reasons to watch: A big game for a depleted, battered Arsenal side, missing many key players. Arsenal must win by a “better” result than 3-2 to overtake the Greeks on head to head. That means any win for Arsenal save 1-0 or 2-1 will see them go through, noting that away goals do count for the purposes of the tie-break. Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin and Danny Welbeck are among the many injured; Alexis Sanchez is a doubt over his hamstring.
Alexander Hassenstein (Bongarts)
Chelsea v Porto (live, Wednesday, FOX Sports Regional, FOX Soccer2Go, 2 p.m. ET)
Reasons to watch: The winner here tops the group, with embattled manager Jose Mourinho likely fighting for his job against his old club. Coming off a dreadful loss to Bournemouth in the league, it appears the wheels have come off at the Bridge. The good news is draw will do Chelsea here as well (albeit putting them into second) but keeping in mind Porto stunned Chelsea in their first game – and the Blues have looked dreadful of late – take nothing for granted here.