With the UEFA Champions League at a pivotal phase of the group stages, Matchday 4 represents a tipping point where clubs can secure a boost as they look to progress to the knockout rounds, or find themselves cut adrift.

VfL Wolfsburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach are the Bundesliga's representatives in the competition today, so stay with us for live updates throughout the evening.

Matchday 4 fixures

Tuesday 3 November

PSV Eindhoven 0-0 VfL Wolfsburg
Borussia M'Gladbach 1-1 Juventus

Wednesday 4 November

FC Bayern München vs Arsenal
AS Roma vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen

21:33 CET: HALF-TIME

Gladbach 1-1 Juventus

The whistle sounds at Borussia Park and we're back to square one. The Foals took a deserved lead through Fabian Johnson and continued to get at the Juventus back four, but the Italian champions showed all their class and experience to get a foothold back in the game late in the half.

PSV Eindhoven 0-0 VfL Wolfsburg

It’s goalless at the break in Eindhoven, a fair reflection of the balance of play so far. Both teams are keeping it tight at the back and throwing themselves into tackles in midfield. At the moment the result favours Wolfsburg, so you’d expect more from PSV after the interval. That could lead to gaps for the Wolves to exploit as the match wears on.

21:29 CET: GLADBACH 1-1 JUVENTUS

A brilliant finish from Stephan Lichtsteiner after a superb pass from Paul Pogba levels proceedings at the BORUSSIA-PARK.

21:27 CET: Gladbach 1-0 Juventus

Sensational goalkeeping from Yann Sommer, who gets down low to push Patrice Evra’s downward header out for a corner. Juventus have looked dangerous on the few occasions when they have got balls into the Gladbach box.

21:21 CET: Gladbach 1-0 Juventus

21:15 CET: Gladbach 1-0 Juventus

Massive let off for Gladbach as Giorgio Chiellini is allowed a free header from a dangerous left-wing corner. That one had the natives behind Yann Sommer's goal worried.

21:13 CET: PSV 0-0 Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg are taking no risks here, aware that the onus is on PSV – currently bottom of Group B – to come at them. The Wolves have had a couple of chances to break forward on the counter using the pace of Caligiuri and Schürrle, but so far their final ball has been to inaccurate.

21:10 CET: Gladbach 1-0 Juventus

The Foals really have their tails up now. A better touch from Ibrahima Traore and he would have been in after Juventus conceded possession in midfield. The Guinea international collects the ball from the ensuing corner, though, and forces Gianluigi Buffon into evasive action.

21:09 CET: PSV Eindhoven 0-0 Wolfsburg

21:03 CET: GLADBACH 1-0 JUVENTUS

Gladbach take the lead, and you have to say it’s deserved. Giorgio Chiellini can only divert Oscar Wendt’s probing cross into the path of Raffael: the Brazilian calmly feeds USA international Fabian Johnson, who fires hard and low into the far corner. Borussia Park erupts!

21:00 CET: Gladbach 0-0 Juventus

Gianluigi Buffon is rooted to the spot as Syria-born midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud rattles the crossbar with a fierce, curling strike from 20 yards. Encouraging stuff from Gladbach.

20:58 CET: PSV Eindhoven 0-0 Wolfsburg

Neither side is giving the other an inch at the Philips Stadium in Eindhoven. The hosts are mixing up their play between intricate short passing and long balls forward, but the Wolves have dealt with their efforts comfortably thus far. Dieter Hecking’s men are biding their time patiently, with a free-kick from Ricardo Rodriguez that flew just over the closest they have gone so far.

20:52 CET: PSV Eindhoven 0-0 Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg have started brightly in Eindhoven, where the hosts are struggling to get to grips with the pace and movement of Daniel Caligiuri and Maximilian Arnold, a surprise inclusion in the starting XI ahead of Julian Draxler.

20:50 CET: Gladbach 0-0 Juventus

Gladbach are on the up under caretaker head coach Andre Schubert, and it’s not just the players that are buying into his philosophy. The home fans are in fine voice as the game gets under way at Borussia Park, with the Foals needing a positive result to keep their Champions League campaign alive.

20:45 CET: And we're off...

Is the below stat a good omen for Gladbach?

20:30 CET: Limbering up...

...ahead of the huge clash at the BORUSSIA-PARK this evening.

20:00 CET: Team news!

The starting line-ups are in. Here's how Gladbach will set out their stall against Juventus:

And here's how Wolfsburg will line up in Eindhoven:

19:30 CET: Good evening!

Welcome to bundesliga.com's rolling coverage of tonight's Champions League action.

A little info to set the scene: Wolfsburg are currently top of Group B on six points, three ahead of opponents PSV. A win in Eindhoven would leave them with one foot in the knockout rounds. Gladbach, meanwhile, are bottom of Group D on one point, six behind visitors Juventus, making victory a must for Andre Schubert's men.