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Top games to watch on Dec. 11, 2018

December 11, 2018 matches to watch featuring Liverpool vs Napoli, Barca vs Tottenham

December 11, 2018 By Ali M.
Liverpool vs Napoli, Red Star Belgrade vs PSG, Barcelona vs Tottenham, and Inter Milan vs PSV comprise our top games to watch or stream on Tuesday.

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Liverpool vs Napoli

Catch this game at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT on Univision and B/R Live in the USA; BT Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; and Sky Italia in Italy.

This is the game to watch on Tuesday, as Liverpool, Napoli, and PSG are still fighting it out for a spot in the next round. As the way things stand, Liverpool will exit the competition as they sit in third, but a 1-0 triumph or a win by two clear goals would see them make the round of 16.

The permutations 

As for Ancelotti's side, a win or a draw would suffice. Should they lose and PSG draw, all three teams would be tied on nine points, with Liverpool going through and the result at Anfield deciding who will join them. Winning at the Reds' iconic stadium will be a difficult task, but it's one Napoli must tackle, with Mertens taking aim at the Merseyside giant's home fortress.

This is what Mertens had to say about Anfield 

Red Star Belgrade vs PSG 

Kick-off is at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT and it will be aired on B/R Live, Univision Deportes En Vivo, Galavision in the USA; BT Sport Extra in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; Arena Sport 1 Serbia and Klik SPORT in Serbia; and RMC Sport in France.

PSG will look to secure progression in this game. A win would suffice, but the result would not matter if Liverpool loses to Napoli. Defeat in Serbia accompanied by a win for Klopp's side will send Les Parisiens packing but they are tipped to make the knockout stage after impressing in their last game.

Barcelona vs Tottenham

Catch this game at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT on Univision Deportes En Vivo, Turner Sports, Radio Barca, B/R Live, and UniMás in the USA; TalkSport Radio UK and BT Sport in the UK; DAZN and Radio Barca in Canada; Optus Sport and Radio Barca in Australia; and Movistar in Spain.

For Barcelona, there is not a lot at stake. They have already won the group and a spot in the round of 16. A win over Tottenham would be an excellent way to end the group stage, but they will face a Premier League side that must win under any circumstance.

Pochettino's men are tied on points with Inter Milan but are ahead of head-to-head away goals. The north London side must earn more or the same number of points as the Italians on the final Matchday but will make a tricky trip to Camp Nou. The Premier League side could be in for a huge boost, as both Suarez and Messi might not feature but that alone won't be enough to earn a triumph.

No Suarez and no Messi? That's a possibility, admits Valverde 

Inter Milan vs PSV

This match will begin at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT and will be aired on Univision Deportes En Vivo and B/R Live in the USA; Talksport 2 Radio UK and BT Sport in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; Sky Italia in Italy; and Ziggo Sport Golf and Veronica TV in the Netherlands.

While Tottenham faces a tough test away to Barcelona in their final game, Inter Milan will host the already eliminated PSV. Nonetheless, the must earn more points than their English rival in order to progress. This means a win alone might not be enough, as Harry and Co. will need to slip up in Catalonia for the Nerrazzuri to make it through.

Today's big headlines

Messi to return to the national side?

Since the 2018 World Cup nightmare, Messi has not returned to the national team. Many wonder if he will ever go back but a recent picture doing the rounds on social media has sparked hope. Leo met with Argentina manager Scaloni and AFA president Tapia, with the latter putting pressure on the 31-year-old to don the national team shirt once more.

Could Argentina's all-time leading scorer return to the national side? 

Henry's death stare goes viral

On Monday night, Thierry Henry gave a pre-match press conference alongside Benoît Badiashile ahead of Monaco's final Champions League game this season. One incident became viral, as the manager gave the youngster a death stare for failing to tuck in his chair once the affair was over. Watch it unfold in the video below.

The death stare from Henry that has gone viral 

What to look forward to on Wednesday, December 12, 2018?

Action in the Champions League continues, with Valencia and Man United locking horns. Elsewhere, Shakhtar and Lyon will battle it out for a spot in the next round alongside Man City.

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