EuroLeague games today – schedule and previews for 27/10/2023

The 2023-24 EuroLeague is about to begin and once again 18 elite basketball teams from 9 European countries will be battling between October 2023 and May 2024 for the right to be crowned Club Champions of Europe. We will be giving you a detailed match schedule with tip-off times and locations for every day of action during the competition. So, here are the matches today:

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EuroLeague schedule today:

Today 4 fixtures are taking place. Here they are:

Zalgiris vs Valencia

  • Tip-off time: 18:00 GMT
  • Location: Kaunas, Lithuania

The first clash of the day sees two of the better teams face each other in Lithuania. Both Zalgiris and Valencia started their campaigns with 3 wins in 4 games. Valencia won all of their home games so far while lost the only road game they played. Zalgiris did a much better job as they won their only home game and 2 of their 3 away matches.

The battle promises to be exciting but Zalgiris should have an edge against a Valencia team that also deals with several injury issues.

Lyon vs Virtus Bologna

  • Tip-off time: 19:00 GMT
  • Location: Lyon, France

Struggling Lyon host the highly ambitious Virtus Bologna team. The home advantage should give Lyon hope that they could finally start winning but against them is one of the main contenders for the Final Four this season. Virtus Bologna have shown very good basketball up to now and they have way too many weapons to hurt their hosts offensively so the Italians will feel confident.

Panathinaikos vs Baskonia

  • Tip-off time: 19:15 GMT
  • Location: Athens, Greece

Both teams are with 1-3 records heading into this clash. Panathinaikos could have easily be 3-1 though as they lost twice in overtime already. Baskonia had a rough last week with two unexpected home defeats and the Spaniards will be under extra pressure now.

Bayern Munich vs Fenerbahce

  • Tip-off time: 19:30 GMT
  • Location: Munich, Germany

The final game of round 5 sees an interesting duel between two of the ambitious teams. Bayern are 2-2, which they will take considering that 3 of their matches so far had been on the road. Back-to-back home wins in the double week improved Fenerbahce to 3-1 and the Turks are seen as one of the big contenders this season.

There will be an extra subplot in this match with Devin Booker facing Fenerbahce for the first time since he left them in not very amicable terms in July. Will the ‘European Books’ play with extra fire in this contest?

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