Braga vs. Manchester United: Complete Live Stream and Viewing Info for UCL Clash

Nicholas Goss@@NicholasGoss35Correspondent INovember 7, 2012

Manchester United can clinch a berth into the knockout stages of the 2012-13 Champions League on Wednesday if they defeat Braga for their fourth win of the campaign.

This won't be an easy match for United, who played Braga in their most recent European match and fell behind 2-0 at old Trafford.

Luckily for the Red Devils, they were able to score three unanswered goals for the victory, including two from Mexican forward Javier Hernandez.

United probably won't be as lucky this time around if they fall behind, so it's important that Sir Alex Ferguson's men score first in this match. Braga Municipal is a tough venue to find success at, but opening the scoring would be a huge first step in achieving victory.

Over their last seven games in all competitions, United have won six and lost one, including victories over quality opponents such as Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle.

If United were to qualify for the Round of 16 on Wednesday, they would be the first club from the Premier League to accomplish this goal.

Their cross-town rivals Manchester City haven't been mathematically eliminated yet, but it's highly unlikely that they advance to the next round. Arsenal are on track to reach the Round of 16, but still need to take care of business.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are in a fierce fight in Group E, with Shakhtar Donetsk and Juventus presenting plenty of challenges for the defending European champions.

Unless United start this match against Braga poorly, and don't defend well, they will take another three points on Wednesday and advance to the Round of 16 after failing to make this stage of the competition just one year ago.

Here's the live stream info for this match:

 

When: Wednesday, November 7 at 2:45 p.m. ET

Watch: Fox Soccer Channel

Live Stream: Fox Soccer 2Go

Where: Braga Municipal, Braga, Portugal

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