Monday, 24 November 2014

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Laurent Blanc's men are unbeaten in their last 20 competitive matches but, having already qualified for the knockouts, could relax a little more against the Dutch champions

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Luis Enrique's side are looking to overhaul Paris Saint-Germain at the top of the group having already assured their place in the Champions League knockouts

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With qualification assured, the Portuguese giants could field a changed line-up against a side desperate to restore some pride in the group

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A win for the Serie A giants will be enough to seal their place in the next round should Manchester City fail to beat Bayern Munich

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The Portuguese side got their Champions League campaign back on track by beating the Germans last time out and can give their knockout hopes a real boost with three points on Tu...

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After consecutive thrashings of BATE, Mircea Lucescu's side are on the brink of a place in the next round as they prepare to welcome the struggling Basques

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Jose Mourinho's men can book their place in the Champions League knockout stage with a win or a high-scoring draw but an old hero will be out to spoil their plans

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The Chilean admits that a lot is riding on his ability to inspire his side to an improvement after taking just two points from their first four in the group stage

Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Nathaniel Clyne and Jose Fonte have both made their debuts for their countries since the Saints' last game and the Dutchman wants his second-placed side to use that as a boost

Saturday, 22 November 2014

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Brendan Rodgers's side let a 3-0 lead slip in this fixture last season, damaging their title aspirations, and are without Daniel Sturridge for Sunday's clash with the Eagles

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The 31-year-old, who spent nine years at White Hart Lane, could be in line for a return to first-team football as the Tigers search for victory

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The first game of the coach's second stint in charge of the Nerazzurri comes against the Rossoneri, with both sides desperate to kick-start their respective seasons

Friday, 21 November 2014

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The Italian champions have recovered well from the shock of losing their first game of the Serie A season last month but are going up against a side with a fine home record

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This season's surprise package are currently riding high in ninth place in their first season in the Bundesliga, while Jurgen Klopp's men are languishing down in 15th

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The 23-year-old summer signing has thus far failed to justify his €10 million transfer fee but he has been buoyed by his two goals in midweek against Belarus

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Los Blancos are looking to make it nine victories on the bounce in La Liga but will have to make do without Luka Modric, who was injured on international duty with Croatia

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In a major blow for the Bavarians, their captain fractured his ankle in training during the week and is expected to be out of action until February

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Both Spain starlets are determined to consign their parent club to a second consecutive home loss as Ivan Rakitic also prepares to face old team-mates

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The Clarets secured their first win of the season against Hull City last time out and is hoping the expectation on the home side will help his team

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Alan Pardew's side have won five successive matches in all competitions, but the Rs have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes themselves in recent weeks