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Bayern Munich vs. Olympiacos, 2015 Champions League: Time, TV schedule and live stream

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Bayern Munich can take the lead in their Champions League group with a victory on the day against Olympiacos.

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The Champions League train once again stops in Munich for another match featuring everyone's favorite club FC Bayern Munich. This time, the Bavarians do battle with Olympiacos from Greece.

Both clubs are tied atop the Champions League group on 9 points, a full six points ahead of Dinamo Zagreb and Arsenal. If Bayern can take all three points against the Greeks, they will guarantee their spot in the knockout rounds and basically cement their spot at the top of the group. So, yes, this is an important game.

The big "Will he or won't he" question for this game is regarding David Alaba. The Austrian Superman picked up a knock against Schalke at the weekend and may not be fit to compete. Anytime Alaba steps onto the field, he is one of the biggest difference makers for FC Bayern and makes them that much more scary.

Once the lineups are released, this thread will be updated.

Location: Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

Time: 8:45 pm local time, 2:45 pm ET

TV/Streaming: USA (Fox Deportes, ESPN 3, Fox Soccer 2Go), Canada (TSN1 | HD), Germany (Sky Sports 3 | HD, Sky Go, TeleClub Sport Live), UK (BT Sport Extra, BT Sport Live Streaming)

Full Listings: Other Countries

Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski

Douglas Costa - Thomas Müller - Arjen Robben - Kingsley Coman

Arturo Vidal

Rafinha - Holger Badstuber - Jerome Boateng - Philipp Lahm

Bench: Sven Ulreich, Mehdi Benatia, Javi Martinez, Xabi Alonso, Jan Kirchoff, Sebastian Rode, Joshua Kimmich

Olympiacos

Seba - Ideye Brown - Felipe Pardo

LUka Milivojevic - Esteban Cambiasso - Pajtim Kasami

Arthur Masuaku - Dimitris Slovas - Manel da Costa - Omar Elabdellaoui

Roberto

Bench: Stefanos Kapino, Giannis Maniatis, Kosta Fortounis, Alfred Finnbogason, Alejandro Dominquez, Leandro Salino, Hernani

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