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LISBON, PORTUGAL - AUGUST 18: The UEFA Champions League Trophy is seen pitch side prior to the UEFA Champions League Semi Final match between RB Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain F.C at Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica on August 18, 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images) Zenit St. Petersburg face Club Brugge at Gazprom Arena on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Here's all the info you need to watch. The Champions League group stage begins on Tuesday with Zenit St. Petersburg hosting Club Brugge at Gazprom Arena. Zenit are in the Champions League for the second straight season and are looking to advance to the knockout stage for the first time since 2016.
Brugge are in the group stage for the fourth time in the past five seasons. However, the Belgian club has never made it out of the group stage. Zenit have won two straight Russian Premier League titles and are chasing their third consecutive. Through 11 games, the St. Petersburg club is tied for first with 24 points. Sardar Azmoun and Artem Dzyuba will be two of the key players on Tuesday. Azmoun and Dzyuba have combined for 12 goals and seven assists. Over the past six seasons, Club Brugge have won four Jupiler Pro League titles and finished second twice. Brugge are tied for first this season as they chase their second straight league title. Despite all of their domestic success, the club has never made it out of the group stage but there are reasons to be optimistic they can do it this time. Brugge will be led by the duo of Krepin Diatta and Hans Vanaken, who have combined for 10 goals in the first nine games of the season. The Champions League League match between Zenit St. Petersburg and Club Brugge will be broadcast online. Live streaming is available on CBS All Access, which you can access with a subscription. Date: Tuesday, Oct. 20 Start Time: 12:55 p.m. ET Location: St. Petersburg, Russia Stadium: Gazprom Arena TV info: Online only Live Stream: CBS All Access Zenit St. Petersburg and Club Brugge last played against each other in the UEFA Cup in 1987, with Brugge knocking Zenit out.