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Last Updated: 16/09/08 9:14am

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The knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League are back, live on Sky Sports and skysports.com.

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You can follow all the British sides on your PC, TV or mobile phone as they take on Europe's finest and attempt to prise the coveted trophy from AC Milan's grasp.

As well as our unparalleled, interactive television coverage, we will be streaming games live to your PC.

For just £2.99 per game to Sky Sports subscribers or £5.99 to non-subscribers - and free to Sky Sports dual subscribers with multi-room - you can watch a match of your choice.

Skysports.com will also be providing live commentary on every game featuring the British sides, as well as team news, previews and match reports on every game throughout the tournament.

And you can also get involved by giving your verdict on individual performances in our popular player ratings feature and joining in the debates of the day on our fans' forums.

As ever, our interactive television coverage will lead the way in Champions League coverage.

Every matchday we will bring you live games. The main matches will be featured on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports Xtra and the rest available via the red button, with goal alerts from every game we are covering.

Even when there are three British sides all playing on a Wednesday, we will cram all three into our schedules so you needn't miss YOUR side in action.

And if you happen to find yourself out and about on a Champions League matchday, fear not - you can see every Champions League goal in-game from our brand new 24-7 Football service on your mobile phone.

So, if you're a fan, Sky Sports is the place to watch the greatest club competition in the world - wherever you are!

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