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Ajax vs Valencia: LIVE Stream And TV Channel Info

Ajax vs Valencia: LIVE Stream And TV Channel Info

Ajax and Valencia face each other at the Johan Cruyff Arena with both sides hoping to avoid getting knocked out of the Champions League, and you can watch it LIVE.

Group H is possibly the most open Group going into Matchday Six with the two sides and Chelsea all still in with a chance of qualifying.

Erik ten Hag's side will be hoping to continue their excellent Champions League form after reaching the last four last season, and you can stream it all live.

What TV channel is it on?


BT Sport will show every game from the Champions League LIVE in the UK this season.

The match will be on BT Sport 3 on Tuesday.

How can I stream it?

The BT Sport App is available on all iOS and Android devices.


It is also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game consoles as well as select Smart TV's.

Some EE mobile phone customers can also access the BT Sport app depending on what plan they are subscribed to.

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What time is kick-off?

The game will kick-off at 8pm UK time.

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The players will be kicking off at 9pm local time in Netherlands

It is one of six Champions League games to kick-off at 8pm with two other games set to begin at the earlier time of 5.55pm.

What is the state of Group H?

Ajax currently top the Group on 10 points and Valencia are second on eight points, thanks to their 2-2 draw with Chelsea last time out in the competition.


The Dutch have a head-to-head advantage over the Spanish, who have a better record over the Blues, who have a better record over last season's semi-finalists.

Ajax will go through with a draw and could even go through with a loss if Chelsea fail to beat Lille whilst the Spanish need a win to guarantee qualification, anything is still possible between the top three.

What happened the last time these two sides met?

Ajax were brilliant at the Mestalla on Matchday Two and won 3-0 in Spain through goals from Hakim Ziyech, Quincy Promes and Donny van de Beek.

Topics: valencia, Football stream, Chelsea, Ajax, Champions League, European Football

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