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[OffIcIaL!#STREAMs] Antwerp vs Shakhtar Donetsk Live Free Broadcast On 4 Oct 2023

Antwerp will host Shakhtar Donetsk at the Bosuilstadion on Wednesday in another round of the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League campaign. Antwerp vs Shakhtar Donetsk Live Stream: How to Watch Champions League Game Online From anywhere


How to watch Royal Antwerp vs. Shakhtar Donetsk soccer game

How To Watch

When: Wednesday, October 4, 2023 at 12:45 p.m. ET

Where: Bosuilstadion

Online Streaming: Paramount+

Royal Antwerp will be returning home after a 2-game road trip. They will face off against Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League Group Stage at 12:45 p.m. ET on October 4th at Bosuilstadion. Given that the two teams suffered a loss in their last game, they both have a little extra motivation heading into this game.

Royal Antwerp and Barcelona combined for ten shots on goal back in September, which explains the impressive five total goals scored. Royal Antwerp's painful 5-0 loss to Barcelona might stick with them for a while.

Meanwhile, Shakhtar Donetsk dropped the ball in their first Group Stage match against Porto, so they desperatly need a win here. They will be looking for a result a little better than the 3-1 defeat they were dealt back in September when they meet later in the season.

The losses gave the teams matching 0-0-1 records heading into the match.

The tournament's just begun, and both these teams will be looking for a win. Check back here after the action for a full breakdown and analysis of the contest.

The home side have toiled for results of late, particularly struggling to find the back of the net after an overall bright start to their season. They were thrashed 5-0 by La Liga giants Barcelona in their first group game last month and were perhaps fortunate not to have lost by an even larger margin as they were repeatedly carved apart by their Spanish counterparts.

Royal York sit rock bottom in the Group H standings with zero points. They will now be looking to shake off their latest results and pick up their first-ever Champions League victory this week.

Shakhtar Donetsk have enjoyed a solid league campaign so far this season and will hope they can replicate the same on the continental stage. Like their hosts they suffered defeat in their group opener last month, losing 3-1 to Porto at the Volksparkstadion to record a seventh consecutive winless outing against the Portuguese powerhouse.

Antwerp are on a run of three consecutive draws and have won just one of their last six games across all competitions. They have, however, lost just once on home turf all year and will be hopeful of a positive result this week.

Shakhtar, meanwhile, have won just one of their last four games across all competitions after winning four of their previous five. They have performed well on the road this season and should pick up a point here.

Due to ongoing renovations at Barcelona's iconic venue, there would be no memorable Camp Nou stopover for Antwerp in their inaugural Champions League group-stage match, as Mark van Bommel's men instead tried to pull off a giant killing at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys.

However, Joao Felix, Robert Lewandowski and a Jelle Bataille own goal saw Antwerp subjected to a European baptism of fire within the first quarter of the match, before Gavi also got his name on the scoresheet and Felix completed his brace in the second half of a five-star Blaugrana performance.

Since being given a rude awakening by the reigning La Liga champions, Antwerp - who overcame AEK Athens in the final qualifying round to write a new chapter of club history - have been steady, if yet incredibly unspectacular in the Jupiler Pro League, playing out three successive goalless stalemates.

RWDM, Gent and Mechelen have all kept Van Bommel's men at bay while failing to break down the Reds themselves, seeing Antwerp stretch their unbeaten domestic run to seven matches, but their attacking deficiencies of the past fortnight must be rectified lest they risk an early end to their European adventure.

Nevertheless, Antwerp's recent spate of dogged rearguard exploits sees the hosts welcome Shakhtar to the Bosuilstadion aiming for a sixth successive home clean sheet, and the Reds have only been beaten once at their headquarters in 2023 - a 1-0 loss to Sporting Charleroi back in March.

Locking horns on neutral ground while conflict continues to rage in Eastern Europe, the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg was the venue for Shakhtar's opening European battle with Porto, who subjected Patrick van Leeuwen's men to a decisive glut of first-half goals.

Galeno's first of the match was initially cancelled out by a Kevin Kelsy header, but Porto's Brazilian winger capitalised on a defensive blunder to double his tally for the evening before setting up Mehdi Taremi to round off the scoring before the half-hour mark.

That opening beating at the hands of the Portuguese powerhouses marked the start of a patchy run of form for Shakhtar, who only have one win to show from their last four matches in all tournaments and lost for the first time domestically this season on Saturday, suffering a 2-1 home beating at the hands of Vorskla Poltava.

Nevertheless, Wednesday's visitors can at least proudly claim to have scored in each of their last 37 competitive contests since being shut out by RB Leipzig in the Champions League 11 months ago, but at the other end of the field, Shakhtar have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last six top-level European affairs away from home.

Given Antwerp's lack of continental nous, Wednesday's game will unsurprisingly represent the first competitive meeting between the two Group H strugglers, but Shakhtar have only ever lost two of their 14 European battles with Belgian teams, and none since a 2002 Champions League qualifying exit to Club Brugge on penalties.


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