3e tour retour, programme

Quinze troisièmes tours retour de l'UEFA Champions League se déroulent mardi et mercredi. Il y a des places en barrages à la clé.

Layvin Kurzawa (à droite) a fait mal en deux minutes à l'aller au Young Boys
Layvin Kurzawa (à droite) a fait mal en deux minutes à l'aller au Young Boys ©Getty Images

Le troisième tour de qualification de l'UEFA Champions League se termine cette semaine avec quatre rencontres retour mardi et onze mercredi.

Résultats de l'aller
Tirage des barrages à midi vendredi
Qualifiés d'office en barrages : Valence, Manchester United, Bayer Leverkusen, Lazio, Sporting

Les affiches

Monaco - Young Boys (mardi, 20h45, aller 3-1)
Dinamo - Molde (mardi, 19 heures, aller 1-1)
APOEL - Mydtjylland (mardi, 19 heures, aller, 2-1)

Astana - HJK (mercredi, 16 heures, aller 0-0)
Qarabağ - Celtic (mercredi, 18h30, 0-1)

CSKA - Sparta (mercredi, 18h45, aller 2-2)
Partizan - Steaua (mercredi, 20h30, aller 1-1)
No panic for Plzeň (Wednesday, 20.45) Viktoria Plzeň will look to extend their record run of 13 UEFA Champions League qualifying wins on the back of a domestic defeat after suffering a 1-0 loss at Dukla Praha on Saturday. Miroslav Koubek's side, who will host Maccabi Tel-Aviv holding a 2-1 lead, lost to Dukla for the first time in a league meeting since 1993/94 after Jan Kovařík missed a penalty, but the Czech champions are not unduly concerned. "We created five or six chances – some of them very clear-cut, including a penalty – but we did not take them," said Koubek. "That's why we lost and that's how football works." He will be hoping the goals flow again on Wednesday.Plzeň - Maccabi Tel-Aviv (mercredi, 20h45, aller 2-1)Shakhtar - Fenerbahçe (mercredi, 20h45, aller 0-0)

Horaires HEC