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CSKA Moscow vs. AS Roma live stream: How to watch 2014 Champions League online

Can one of these teams bury Manchester City?

AS Roma and CKSA Moscow are tied on points in Group E, both two points ahead of Manchester City. They meet on Tuesday in one of the tightest races for second in the Champions League (12 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 2).

A win makes either a huge favorite to advance in the group, sending them into the final day needing just a draw to advance. Both teams have huge injuries, and will be down to some sparingly used backups.

In the United States, the easiest way to watch for most users will be the Watch ESPN app. This is one of the games that was sublicensed to ESPN, and there are multiple streams of the game on that app. There's an ESPN3 stream, so you don't have to be a TV subscriber to watch the game. If you prefer to watch in Spanish and have ESPN Deportes, you can also watch that stream on Watch ESPN.

The game can also be seen on both of FOX's services. If you are a TV subscriber to FOX Sports 2, you can catch the game for free on FOX Sports Go. And if you're already a subscriber to FOX Soccer 2 Go, a paid service that doesn't require you to be a TV subscriber, it'll be there too.

You can find the game on Sky Go in the UK and Sportsnet World Now in Canada. For listings from more countries, check out Live Soccer TV.