The Perfect Match

It is The Perfect Match... and you'll get unrivalled coverage of Manchester United's huge clash with Real Madrid here on Sky Sports.

Last Updated: 12/02/13 at 12:41 Post Comment

The Champions League returns with a bang as the knockout stage gets underway and we will be live in Madrid to bring you the ultimate coverage of one of the biggest games of the season.

TV - Join Jeff Stelling and guests Jamie Redknapp, Graeme Souness and Peter Schmeichel from 6pm next Wednesday on Sky Sports 2 HD for full coverage with commentary from Martin Tyler and Gary Neville. Click here to upgrade

ONLINE - As with all of our Champions League games, you can watch live on the Events Centre, which allows you to pause, rewind and replay the live action and get constant access to stats, heat maps and chat.

IPAD - Download our iPad app to access the Events Centre with live highlights, team data, exclusive video and all the latest news from both camps.

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MOBILE - If you're on the move you can see the match live on Sky Go on your mobile device, plus get the latest news from the Sky Sports mobile site.

INTERACTIVE - skysports.com will be in Madrid next week to bring you access-all-areas updates from the Bernabeu. We'll be live at Tuesday's training sessions, we'll hear from the players, managers and fans, we'll bring you more analysis from our experts and you'll get comprehensive coverage of the game plus post-match reaction.

TWITTER - Follow @skysportscl to join the debate and to get even more exclusive insight from the Sky Sports Champions League team.

It's all part of our commitment to bring you the best possible coverage of this season's Champions League, which also includes Tuesday's clash between Valencia and Paris St Germain (7pm, Sky Sports 2 HD) and Wednesday's game between Shakhtar and Dortmund (7.30pm, Sky Sports 4 HD).

So stay tuned to Sky Sports all week as we get ready for The Perfect Match...

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e have the personnel. The trick is keeping them fit. Carrick and Blind have missed large chunks of the season, while the defence has been one muddled mess of intermittent stooges, all coming and going at various intervals thus far. We may be just short of title winning quality, but we're half way through. An injury crisis to either of the top two could change things. Optimistic, yes, but not unrealistic.

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arish is the man to blame for this shambles. Pulis must be chuckling into his left over turkey sandwich. I pray this doesn't mean the Neil Warnock media machine will kick in now and he'll be back on the telly box.

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e almost found a new way to lose, just when I thought it was getting boring Giroud does that. Although Arsenal are deservedly called 'soft' the entire midfield is out injured. Still must admit MU are managing to win despite a similar raft of absentees. Think the Gunners have good players but poorly coached.

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