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Manchester United return to daunting Old Trafford Wednesday to face RB Leipzig in the Champions League group stage's Matchday 2. Both teams have three points after their opening games, with United having beaten PSG 2-1 on the road while Leipzig took care of Istanbul Basaksehir 2-0 at home. The winner of this match takes control of first place in the group. Here's how you can watch the match and what to know:

Viewing information

  • Date: Wednesday, Oct. 28
  • Time: 4 p.m. ET
  • Location: Old Trafford -- Manchester, England
  • Live stream: CBS All Access 
  • Odds: Man United +129; Draw +235; Leipzig +215 (via William Hill Sportsbook) 

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If keeping track of every match at the same time is your cup of tea, make sure you tune into "The Golazo Show," CBS Sports' live whip-around show on group stage matchdays. "The Golazo Show" will keep avid soccer fans in the loop by featuring every goal each matchday on CBS Sports Network and CBS All Access with coverage beginning at 3:30 p.m. ET on matchdays. 

If you missed action from the previous day, check out "The Champions Club," featuring Jules Breach, Julien Laurens and "The Beast" Ade Akinfenwa. It's the ultimate nightly highlights show for fans of the Champions League on CBS All Access.   

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Storylines

Man United: The goalless draw against Chelsea over the weekend didn't tell us much, but it did show us that Edinson Cavani might be ready to start. He came off the bench and almost scored with his first touch and looked really good. As he bonds more and more with the team, the goals should start coming. It may be too much to ask for him to start here, but don't be surprised if he does as the team looks to take control of the group.

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RB Leipzig: Back-to-back very good performances from Leipzig has them riding high entering this game. The weekend win over Hertha Berlin allowed them to rest some of their players a bit as well. American Tyler Adams' status is up in the air still after picking up an knee injury in training. Sources told CBS Sports that his exclusion from the game was more precautionary than anything. 

Prediction

All square at the end as United need a late goal to rescue a point. Pick: Man United 2, Leipzig 2