Champions League live stream and more soccer to watch this week (10/30-11/5)

Get ready for another week of the best soccer in the world: The UEFA Champions League. It's matchweek 4 in the group stage, and there are plenty of games between Europe's best clubs to watch on Tuesday and Wednesday.

That's not all that's going on this week though -- from MLS Playoffs to Bayern-Dortmund to an epic Premier League Sunday, we've got you covered by breaking down the best soccer to watch this week.

Monday: MLS Playoffs

It's a doubleheader of stateside soccer to enjoy on your Monday evening. The MLS Playoffs are at the conference semifinals, which give both teams a home game with the aggregate score determining the winner.

This being the first leg, it's the lower seed that hosts. Your evening starts with an Eastern Conference matchup between Toronto FC, which broke the league record for most points in the regular season, and the No. 6 seed New York Red Bulls. The Red Bulls topped third-seeded Chicago Fire 4-0 to get here. That's on ESPN at 7 p.m., live streaming on WatchESPN.

Then, the West's top seed, the Portland Timbers, are on the road at No. 4 seed Houston Dynamo. The two teams combined for 10 goals in their two games this season, a win for the Timbers and a draw. Watch this one on FS1 at 9:30 p.m., live streaming on FOX Sports GO

Elsewhere on Monday:
Premier League: Burnley vs. Newcastle United, 4 p.m. ET, NBCSN/NBC Sports Live
La Liga: Espanyol vs. Real Betis, 3:50 p.m. ET, beIN ñ/beIN Connect

Tuesday: UEFA Champions League

We've played one round of group stage matches. Now it's time for the second. Your best to watch on Tuesday is Chelsea vs. Roma (3:45 p.m. ET, FS2), a rematch of an epic 3-3 draw three weeks ago.

A win here for Chelsea (7 points) puts them in good position to win the group, while Roma (5 points) can take over first with a win. If it's anything like the last match, it'll be an absolute joy to watch.

Full Tuesday schedule:
All games at 3:45 p.m. ET, streaming at FOX Sports GO/FOX Soccer Match Pass

Group A
FC Basel vs. CSKA Moscow
Manchester United vs. Benfica (FS1)

Group B
Celtic vs. Bayern Munich
Paris Saint-Germain vs. Anderlecht

Group C
Atletico Madrid vs. Qarabag
Roma vs. Chelsea (FS2)

Group D
Sporting CP vs. Juventus
Olympiacos vs. Barcelona (Facebook Live)

Elsewhere on Tuesday:
MLS: Columbus Crew vs. New York City FC, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN
Copa Libertadores: Lanus vs. River Plate, 8:15 p.m. ET

Wednesday: UEFA Champions League

Here, we have another rematch of a recent thriller. Nothing separated defending champion Real Madrid and Tottenham at the Bernabéu two weeks in a 1-1 draw. Nothing separates them in the Group H standings, both with 7 points and a five-goal differential.

Full Wednesday schedule
All games at 3:45 p.m. ET, streaming at FOX Sports GO/FOX Soccer Match Pass

Group E
Liverpool vs. Maribor
Sevilla vs. Spartak Moscow

Group F
Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Feyenoord
Napoli vs. Manchester City (FS2)

Group G
Besiktas vs. Monaco **1 p.m. ET (FS2)
FC Porto vs. RB Leipzig (Facebook Live)

Group H
Tottenham vs. Real Madrid (FS1)
Borussia Dortmund vs. APOEL

Elsewhere on Wednesday:
Copa Libertadores: Gremio vs. Barcelona SC, 7:45 p.m. ET

Thursday: UEFA Europa League

Europa League is at the same stage as Champions League, playing its fourth matchweek and first round of rematches. The best games to watch are available on FOX stations and streaming at FOX Sports GO/FOX Soccer Match Pass.

Arsenal vs. Red Star Belgrade, 4:05 p.m. ET, FS1 - Last time these teams met, it wasn't the most thrilling match until Olivier Giroud scored a stunner of a goal to secure the win for the Gunners. Arsenal can secure advancement with a win.
Lazio vs. Nice, 4:05 p.m. ET, FS2 - Lazio has won all three Europa League games so far, but Nice can take over first place in the group with a win.
Lyon vs. Everton, 2 p.m. ET, FS2 - Everton desperately needs a win to stay alive in contention for the knockout round, and it won't come easy against Lyon.

Elsewhere on Thursday:
MLS: Seattle Sounders vs. Vancouver Whitecaps, 10:30 p.m. ET, FS1, FOX Sports GO

Saturday: Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund

Take advantage of a slower Friday, because you have soccer to watch on Saturday. There's plenty of action across all of the usual domestic leagues, and you can't go wrong. But one game stands above all: Der Klassiker. Borussia Dortmund hosts Bayern Munich in a meeting of the two teams that have accounted for 20 of the past 23 Bundesliga titles. 

In last week's league play, Dortmund fell and Bayern beat RB Leipzig, passing Dortmund for first place in the Bundesliga. This match could go a long way to determining the narrative of the title race in Germany. And if you've never seen Dortmund's Yellow Wall at the Westfalenstadion, it creates one of the best sporting atmospheres in the world. Watch it on FS2 and FOX Sports GO.

Elsewhere on Saturday:
Premier League: West Ham vs. Liverpool, 1:30 p.m. ET, NBC/NBC Sports Live
La Liga: Barcelona vs. Sevilla, 3:45 p.m. ET, beIN/beIN Connect

Sunday: Premier League

This might be the best Sunday morning of the entire Premier League season. The entire top five in the table is in action in just three games.

Get started as Tottenham (currently third place) hosts Crystal Palace, which is in last place, but has a win and a draw in its past three games after losing seven straight to start the season. (7:30 a.m. ET)

Then, fifth-place Arsenal pays a visit to the leaders, Manchester City. City is off to one of the best starts in Premier League history, with 28 points and 35 goals in 10 matches. Arsenal has turned things around after a rough start, now that Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette are avail available to play up front at the same time. (9:15 a.m. ET)

Finally, end your English soccer morning with a huge clash between fourth-place Chelsea and second-place Manchester United. Two of the biggest clubs in league history. Both with electrifying new goal scorers. Both with one of the best keepers in the world. This is as good as it gets. (11:30 a.m. ET)

Catch all of those on NBC Sports Network and streaming on NBC Sports Live.

Elsewhere on Sunday:
MLS: Toronto FC vs. New York Red Bulls, TBD
MLS: New York City FC vs. Columbus Crew, TBD