Barcelona vs PSV Eindhoven

Barcelona vs PSV Eindhoven: will meet Wednesday at PSV Stadium in Gameday 5 of the UEFA Champions League. Having already secured passage to the Round of 16, Barcelona can clinch first place in Group B with one game to spare by beating its host. PSV sits last in Group B. The Dutch team can catch Tottenham for third place in the group and a spot in the UEFA Europa League but needs at least a draw against Barcelona or a favorable result in the group’s other game, Tottenham versus Inter Milan, to preserve its continental survival.

PSV hasn’t won in its last 12 Champions League outings. Its 4-0 loss to Barcelona on Sept. 18 in their Gameday 1 meeting suggests that streak might not end this time around.

Barcelona has won its Champions League group a record 20 times, and only a dramatic reversal of form will keep the Blaugrana from adding to its prestigious mark.

Here’s how to watch PSV versus Barcelona online.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 3 p.m. ET
Live Stream: B/R Live

It’s Champions League week! Following a hard-fought battle with Atlético Madrid in La Liga last Saturday, Barcelona have another tough trip ahead, this time in the European Cup: a meeting with PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Barça need two points to win their group having already qualified to the knockout stage, and they’ll achieve that by either beating PSV or getting a draw as long as Inter Milan don’t win away to Tottenham Hotspur.

This could have been a big opportunity to rotate the squad, but with so many injuries at once Ernesto Valverde will have no choice but to start a very strong team. Maybe that’s good news, though: after the loss to Real Betis and the poor performance at the Wanda, playing well and winning with your best available team is just what the club needs right now.

PSV will be very tough to beat, especially at their home ground, but Barça must get the job done. No excuses.

Liverpool vs PSG

Liverpool vs PSG and Liverpool are to play out a crucial Champions League encounter in their penultimate group match on Wednesday.

Liverpool know a win in Paris is likely to see them through to the last 16 and, unless Red Star Belgrade avoid defeat against Napoli, Thomas Tuchel’s side could be on their way out of the competition.

The first encounter between these two teams ended in a 3-2 Liverpool win and was a fascinating tactical battle between Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel, two managers that know each other well.

Injury-wise, PSG have been boosted by news that both Kylian Mbappe and Neymar are both fit to start after both picked up injuries whilst on international duty last Tuesday.

As for Liverpool, Sadio Mane seems to have overcome a bout of illness and should be fine to play, but Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, Divock Origi and Dominic Solanke did not travel to Paris on Tuesday.

“I got a message yesterday (Monday) that Divock (Origi), Sadio (Mane) and Kamil (Grabara) were ill,” Jurgen Klopp told the club’s official website on Tuesday.

The Liverpool boss added: “Adam Lallana is back in training on Thursday, but that is obviously after the game.

“The issue is nothing anymore because he is on the way back; it was a minor muscle thing and nothing serious.

“Dom (Solanke) has a little groin issue, it happened in training.”

Both managers have much to consider as they select their line-ups and so we’ve rounded up the rumoured and predicted XIs from other publications ahead of a hugely exciting encounter at the Parc des Princes.
A Di Maria gamble? How everyone expects Liverpool and PSG to line up tonight

There have been many rumoured XIs bandied around for both sides, particularly PSG, with Tuchel knowing that something has to change from the first match between these two sides if the Ligue 1 champions are to get the better of Klopp’s team on Wednesday.

We think that Marquinhos will line up in midfield for PSG, just as he did in the game between both of these teams at Anfield in September.

A win and Liverpool are through, and PSG very well might be eliminated from the Champions League. A draw or loss for the Reds tonight, and Liverpool will likely face a do-or-die match against Napoli at Anfield in two weeks. The first route sounds much more appealing, but when have Liverpool ever chosen the easy way? The win against PSG last time out was arguably the best performance for the Reds this season, and it’ll likely take a similar effort to replicate that result.

Full Preview: PSG vs. Liverpool

Television: BT Sport 2 (UK); Univision (USA); Optus Sport (Australia); DAZN (Canada); SONY TEN 1 (India); Astro SuperSport 3 (Malaysia); SuperSport 5 (Nigeria); SuperSports CH 202 (Singapore); SuperSport 5 (South Africa); other listings at LiveSoccerTV

Thanksgiving Day football

Thanksgiving Day football: There are four major football games on Thanksgiving, and SportsLine is going big for all of them. In the NFL, the Lions (+3.5) host the Bears, the Cowboys (-7.5) host the Redskins, and the Saints (-13) host the Falcons. On the college side, there’s the Egg Bowl, as Ole Miss (+11) hosts rival Mississippi State. Fans from across the nation will be placing wagers of all shapes and sizes on these contests.

If you’re feeling truly bold on Thanksgiving Day, the top experts at SportsLine have combined forces for a four-team parlay that could return a massive 10-1 payout. If you risk $100, it would return $1,000. If you go big, this could be a truly life-changing bet that would make it a holiday season never to forget.

To pull this off, SportsLine is utilizing its top experts to make picks in the areas that they know best. It’s an All-Star cast that includes some of the top handicapping experts in the nation.

SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein (12-6 on Bears picks) has his pick in for Bears vs. Lions; national sportswriter Mike Tierney (17-5 on Redskins and Cowboys games) is locked in for Cowboys vs. Redskins; CBS Sports NFL editor and SuperContest guru R.J. White (21-8 on Falcons games) is in for Saints vs. Falcons; and the SportsLine Projection Model (30-12 on top-rated college football picks) has revealed its simulation results for Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss.

We’ll give one key part of the parlay away: Hartstein is laying 3.5 points and taking the Bears to cover on the road against Detroit.

Hartstein knows few teams are as hot as the Bears, who have won four in a row and covered in all of them as favorites. Second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky has turned a corner, passing for 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions so far. Last year he passed for seven TDs and seven INTs in 12 starts. And even though Trubusky’s availability is in doubt with a shoulder injury, Hartstein believes Chase Daniel is a very capable backup.

Chicago’s defense ranks No. 3 in the NFL overall, including No. 1 against the run, allowing a scant 77.8 yards per game. No team has allowed fewer points (19.5) and no team has picked off as many passes (18).

The Lions surprised the Panthers for a 20-19 victory, but Hartstein says the numbers don’t tell the whole story thanks to a pile of errors by Carolina. “Lay it with the surging Bears,” Hartstein told SportsLine.

Another SportsLine expert has identified a key injury that will be a huge x-factor in which side you should be all over for another Thanksgiving Day football game. Find out which team it is, and everything else you need to know to complete your parlay selections, over at SportsLine.

Thanksgiving Day Parade 2018

Thanksgiving Day Parade 2018: Everyone has their own Thanksgiving traditions, whether you’re running in a turkey trot, cooking all day, or preparing to go to a restaurant, but nothing says “Thanksgiving” more than watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

This year, in addition to the larger-than-life balloons and classic floats, you can expect performances from Diana Ross, John Legend, the Muppets of “Sesame Street,” Ashley Tisdale and more. Find the full list of performers and floats here.

We have all the details you need in order to watch this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will start at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 22 and will run until noon.

Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Al Roker will host NBC’s 66th annual broadcast of the parade, which starts at 9:00 a.m. NBC will also show an encore presentation at 2:00 p.m.

We’re all used to seeing Al take to the streets of New York on foot to give a unique glimpse into what’s going on at the parade site, but this year he will make his appearance on a motorcycle. His rig will offer 360-degree views of the spectators, balloons, floats and more.

Stay tuned to NBC after the parade for the National Dog Show.

CBS is also airing the parade with “Entertainment Tonight” anchors Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight. According to a CBS press release, they will feature “portions of the 92nd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade live from New York City.”

TV aside, you can view the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade online at and on the NBC app.

Verizon’s YouTube channel will also be streaming 360-degree lives stream of the parade. This will be hosted by Keith Habersberger from Buzzfeed and Zuri Hall from E!

Going to be in New York City on Thanksgiving Day? Here’s all you need to know about how to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade in person.

Eagles vs Saints

Eagles vs Saints: Entering Week 11, the New Orleans Saints (8-1) are sitting comfortably atop the NFC South while the Philadelphia Eagles (4-5) are out of the playoff picture as the 11th seed in the conference. But, have no fear Eagles fans, your squad can still successfully defend their Super Bowl title as 27 teams since 1990 have made the playoffs when having a losing record through nine games.

Unfortunately, they’ll have to face a Saints team that hasn’t lost since Week 1 and ranks first in the NFL with 36.7 points-per-game and 3.5 points-per-drive. Quarterback Drew Brees is having an MVP season with a 77.3 completion percentage (first in the NFL), 21 touchdowns and one interception. Last week he threw for 265 yards and three touchdowns and ran for one in the Saints’ 51-14 win over Chicago. His passer rating of 150.4 was one of four recorded by a QB in Week 10 that was over 145 – an NFL record for a single week.

It’s a good thing the Saints’ defense is off-the-charts good as their defense has struggled this season. They are ranked 23rd in the NFL in points-per-game allowed with 25.8 and tied for 23rd in sacks with 21. Even worse, they are ranked 30th with 533 combined tackles.

Those stats will help Carson Wentz and the Eagles on Sunday. The Philly QB is also having quite a year despite missing time at the start of the season recovering from his knee injury suffered last year. This season he is only one of two quarterbacks to average at least 300 yards-per-game (306.9) while having a completing percentage over 70 (71.0). Last week, in the Eagles’ 27-20 loss to the Cowboys, Wentz threw for 360 yards, which isn’t surprising considering he is actually 3-9 in games when he throws more than 300 passing yards since 2016.

There could be a lot of running room and playmaking in this game for both offenses as the Eagles rank only two spots ahead of the Saints in combined tackles. They rank 25th with five forced fumbles and 28th with four interceptions; however, they are tied for 10th with 26 sacks. It should be noted offensively, the Eagles have lost nine fumbles this season, which is tied for second-most in the NFL. All of last season, they lost 11.

Raiders vs Cardinals

Raiders vs Cardinals: We are required to inform you that these Foretellings are works of satire and are not for the faint of heart. Due to their content they should not be read by anyone. Please enjoy at your own risk. -The Editor

Greetings, Raider Nation! It is I, the yeast to your dough, the hops to your beer, and the funk in your dysfunction, Raiderdamus the Great and Powerful. I come to you today hot off another correct prediction of a Raiders loss, because what else is new? Predicting the Raiders to lose is like predicting the sun will rise, the French will be tactless surrender monkeys and Comcast will have abhorrent customer service.

But it is another week, and as such it’s time to once again consult the Great Beyond, and listen to his great wisdom. Silence your cell phones and assume a posture of meditation:

“You’re back! Isn’t this getting old? You tell me a team, I tell you how much they’ll beat the Raiders by, so on and so forth ad nauseum. You and all your friends must be true masochists to keep coming to me like this. But who do you got this week? The Cardinals?

Oh, man, there are few teams I hate more than the Cardinals! Mark McGwire was more juiced up than the Kool-Aid Man, Tony Larussa had the charisma of a smoked ham and Bob Gibson was only good because he pitched on a mound taller than he was. Ozzie Smith was all glove, no stick and is only famous because he can do a backflip, which isn’t even a thing you do in baseball. And the best prospect they’ve had in years got drunk and drove himself and his girlfriend off a cliff rather than have to play for the Cardinals. Furthermore, they employed Enos Slaughter, best known for being the colossal racist dick who spiked Jackie Robinson. The Cardinals are a waste of time and space and energy and they should be yeeted into the Sun immediately. If the Cardinals were footwear, they’d be open-toed sandals and socks. The Cardinals are to baseball what St. Louis is to pizza. The next time I see fucking Matt Carpenter hit a three-run… wait, what?

The football team? There’s a Cardinals football team?

Oh, THOSE Cardinals. You’ll have to forgive me for forgetting them. It’s pretty damn hard to exist for 120 years and have no history to speak of. When the Cardinals were founded, as the Morgan Athletic Club in Chicago in 1898, the United States flag had 45 stars. Utah had just recently been admitted to the Union, a move which has proven to be one of the more embarrassing mistakes in American history. The Spanish-American War was in full effect. And since that time, the Cardinals have accomplished exactly dick.

The first game the Cardinals had upon becoming a charter member of the NFL in 1920 was a 0-0 tie against the Chicago Tigers. It has been all downhill from there. The last time the Cardinals won a title was 1947. The entire Baby Boomer generation has been born since then. The Vietnam War began and ended since then, as did the Cold War. Rock and roll did not exist the last time the Cardinals won anything. The events depicted in Back to the Future had not happened yet. Man had yet to walk on the Moon.

That’s not to say that the Cardinals haven’t had some good players. Larry Wilson, Jackie Smith, and Ottis Anderson all came to fame as Cardinals players. But people don’t know who the fuck Larry Wilson is anymore, and they know Smith as the Cowboy who dropped a pass in the Super Bowl and Anderson as a New York Giant.

Broncos vs Chargers

Broncos vs Chargers: The Los Angeles Chargers (7-2) return home looking for their seventh-straight win in a divisional match against the Denver Broncos (3-6) on Sunday, Nov. 18.


The Broncos hold a 65-51 all-time advantage over the Chargers with one tie. The last Bolts win came in Week 7 of the 2017 season when they shut out Denver, 21-0.


Sunday, Nov. 18. Kickoff is set for 1:05pm PT.


ROKiT Field at StubHub Center. Carson, California.


Partly cloudy. High: 69°. Low: 54°.


The game will be televised on CBS Sports, which will air in Los Angeles and Orange County on KCBS-TV Channel 2.

Play-by-play: Ian Eagle

Analyst: Dan Fouts

Sideline: Evan Washburn

Check out the map courtesy of 506 Sports to see the areas of the country who will have access to this week’s game. Areas shaded in periwinkle will be able to watch the Broncos-Chargers game on Sunday.


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For the first time, live local and primetime games are available in the NFL App for all fans on their phones and tablets, regardless of their mobile provider. Chargers fans now can download the NFL app to watch their favorite team live when they’re on the go. Additionally, on gamedays the app will open to an autoplay/live stream of the Chargers’ local game.

Panthers vs Lions

Panthers vs Lions: In Week 10, the Carolina Panthers got their first opportunity to take part in a primetime game and play before a national audience. Needless to say, that opportunity ended very poorly. And now, the Panthers find themselves back in the same position they have found themselves in for most of the year: In the early afternoon window, and out of the national spotlight as they make the trip north to face an opponent on the brink.

The Panthers’ Week 11 game against the Detroit Lions will be broadcast on FOX (WJZY in the Charlotte area), but will have a very limited scope compared to other games the Panthers have played in this season. With the overwhelming majority of the United States being served the Dallas Cowboys’ game against the Atlanta Falcons in FOX’s early afternoon window, the Panthers’ game will be seen only in markets specific to the two teams playing: Those being the Carolinas and part of the Great Lakes region. The game will be carried by FOX affiliates throughout North and South Carolina and up into West Virginia, as well as in Michigan and parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.

A coverage map for the game has been provided by

All three of the games in FOX’s early afternoon window features NFC South opponents. In addition to Panthers vs. Lions and Cowboys vs. Falcons, FOX is also broadcasting the New York Giants’ game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

On the call for the Panthers’ game against the Lions will be play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert, color analyst Ronde Barber, and sideline reporter Jen Hale. Albert and Barber were most recently on the call for the Panthers in Week Nine, when they were part of FOX’s broadcast of the Panthers’ win over the Buccaneers.

Meanwhile, the Panthers’ radio broadcast will once again be aired on WBT-AM 1110 AM in the Charlotte market, with Mick Mixon, Jim Szoke, Eugene Robinson, and Kevin Donnalley on the call. A Spanish language broadcast will also be aired on WGSP 102.3 FM, with Jaime Moreno and Luis Moreno Jr. on the call.

The Panthers have provided both a list of radio affiliates and a link to listen to the Panthers’ radio broadcast online via their official website. The Panthers’ radio broadcast will feature a full eight hours of coverage, with three hours of pre-game content and two hours of post-game.

Here is a complete recap of broadcast information for the Carolina Panthers’ Week 11 game against the Detroit Lions, which kicks off at 1 PM EST.

Television: FOX

Commentators: Kenny Albert, Ronde Barber, Jen Hale

Local Radio Broadcast: WBT-AM 1110 AM

Commentators: Mick Mixon, Jim Szoke, Eugene Robinson, Kevin Donnalley

Spanish Language Broadcast: WGSP 102.3 FM

Titans vs Colts

Titans vs Colts: The Tennessee Titans take on division rival the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. It promises to be one of the better matchups of Week 11.

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The Titans are coming off a dominating 34-10 performance over the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Colts are coming off a 29-26 win over of the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The Titans enter Sunday’s contest at 5-4 overall and 2-0 in the AFC South. The Colts enter at 4-5 overall and 1-1 in the division. After starting 1-5, the Colts have won the past three games in a row.

Here’s a look at how fans can watch Titans vs. Colts on Sunday.

Where: Lucas Oil Stadium

When: November 18th

Time: 12:00 PM

NFL Referee: John Hussey

TV Broadcast: CBS with Andrew Catalon (play-by-play) and James Lofton (analyst)

Radio Broadcast: 104.5 The Zone with Mike Keith (play-by-play) and Dave McGinnis (analyst)

Follow: CBS Sports app

Stream: Fubo TV

The Colts come in with a 31-16 edge in the all-time series between the two franchises. The Titans enter Sunday’s game with a two-game winning streak in the series. The Titans won in Nashville on Monday Night Football on October 16, 2017 by a score of 36-22. The Titans then won in Indianapolis 20-16 on 11/26/2017. Last November’s win marked the first win for the Titans at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Titans had lost 11 in a row to the Colts prior to the two wins last season.

Redskins vs Texans

Redskins vs Texans: It’s Week 11 and the NFL playoff field is coming into shape and Sunday marks a matchup between two first-place teams, the Houston Texans and the Washington Redskins.

The Texans, who are coming off a bye, have been on a rampage of late as they have won six straight to position themselves atop the AFC South. They are the second team since 1970 to start the season 0-3 and then win six consecutive games. Houston is also one of nine teams that is still in the playoff hunt that did not make the playoffs last season.

Deshaun Watson has turned it up a notch lately and has not thrown a pick in the last three games. In the Week 9 win over Denver, he completed 17 of 24 passes with 213 yards and two touchdowns. However, his offensive line has struggled as he was sacked four times in the same game, continuing the concerns of the Texans offensive line play.

On Nov. 4, DeAndre Hopkins recorded 10 catches for 105 yards and a touchdown against Denver. It marked his fourth game since 2017 with 10 catches, 100 yards receiving and a touchdown – the most in the NFL. And of course, when discussing the Texans, you can’t not mention J.J. Watt who has 85 sacks in his first 97 career games – only Reggie White as more. The defensive end is also tied for fourth in the league this season with nine sacks and is one of three players with at least eight sacks and 10 tackles for a loss.

The Texans will definitely have their hands full with the Washington Redskins, who are 4-1 in their last five games. Along with Houston, Washington did not make the playoffs last year and is now first in the NFC East. However, the Redskins are winless against the AFC this season and will look to expand on their 3-2 record at home.