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Quartet eye early qualification

Reaching the knockout phase with two matches to spare would put a smile on the face of even the sternest of coaches, and five teams are within sight of sealing their progress ahead of time. Top scorers Bayern know they will go through should they repeat their Matchday 3 victory over Benfica while fellow group leaders Liverpool, Salzburg and Juventus can also guarantee a round of 16 spot by claiming three points. Ajax will also qualify if they better Sporting CP’s result against Beşiktaş.

Ton up for lethal Lewa?

One surprising element of Bayern’s 4-0 win in Portugal on Matchday 3 was the absence of Robert Lewandowski from the scoresheet until the 82nd minute. The Ballon d’Or nominee will have further cause to celebrate in the likelihood of featuring when Benfica visit Germany, which would give him the rare distinction of becoming a UEFA Champions League centurion and provide another landmark in a career that has been as remarkably consistent as it has been clinical. As usual, you suspect Lewandowski’s focus will be firmly fixed on adding to his 78 goals in the competition, including five in three appearances this season.

Can Shakhtar dent Madrid optimism?

Karim Benzema’s added-time finish in his side’s 5-0 win at Shakhtar on Matchday 3, followed by a Clásico triumph over Barcelona means confidence is high at Real Madrid. However, Carlo Ancelotti will be wary of any distractions ahead of a potentially crucial encounter – the visitors won 3-2 at the Santiago Bernabéu last season and are seeking their first goal in the current campaign.

Further ahead?

• Several teams may already be looking nervously ahead to the final two fixtures of the group stage, especially in Group F, where leaders Manchester United and fourth-placed Young Boys are separated by only three points. The Red Devils follow their trip to Atalanta – where the Serie A side will want revenge for their late 3-2 defeat at Old Trafford – with a visit to Villarreal in a repeat of last season’s UEFA Europa League final. The result of that is likely to affect the destiny of all four teams.

• Despite a first setback in their 3-1 defeat at Inter last time out, dangerous newcomers Sheriff remain top of Group C courtesy of their shock win in Madrid on Matchday 2. Even if the Nerazzurri prevail when the teams meet again in Italy, the entertainers from Moldova can keep control of their fate when they attempt to repeat their most famous victory so far on Matchday 5.

[Source: UEFA.COM]

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Chelsea will be looking for a repeat performance from the last time they face Malmo when they travel to Sweden in their next Champions League tie.

Malmo will be hoping for a better result this time around but given Thomas Tuchel’s side’s form that would be wishful thinking.

Since their 4-0 win at Stamford against the Swedish side, they have scored 11 goals in their last three matches in all competitions and conceding just once in that time.

The likes of Mason Mount and Callum Hudson-Odoi have risen to the occasion too with both finding the net while the likes of Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku have suffered spells on the sidelines.

The reigning champions are only three points above Russia’s Zenit St Petersburg and will want to get all three points at the Eleda Stadion as they look to secure qualification when they face Juventus in three weeks time.

Team stats

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Since the Stamford Bridge defeat, Malmo have gone on to win two and draw once – scoring five goals and concede three in the process – as the Allsvenaskan title race reaches an exciting climax with just four games remaining and potentially six teams in the race.

Malmo currently lead their league by just one point.


Match Officials

Referee: Felix Brych (GER)

Assistant referees: Mark Borsch (GER), Stefan Lupp (GER)

Video Assistant Referee: Sascha Stegemann (GER)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Delajod Willy (FRA)

Fourth official: Daniel Schlager (GER)






Malmo- Dahlin, Rieks, Rakip, Péna, Colak, Ahmedhodzic, Innocent, L. Nielson(C), Brorsson, Berget, Nanasi

Chelsea XI : Mendy; Thiago Silva, Christensen, Rudiger; Azpilicueta, Jorginho, Loftus-Cheek, Alonso; Ziyech, Havertz, Hudson-Odoi

FT: Malmö 0-1 Chelsea


Fresh from sacking Ronald Koeman in the wake of a defeat away at Rayo Vallecano, Barcelona travel to Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League on Tuesday evening.

The reverse fixture saw the La Liga giants – who are reportedly looking to bring back the legendary Xavi Hernandez to lead the club as manager – finally pick up their first win in Europe and breathe life into their attempts to qualify for the next stage.

Heading into game week four’s round, Barca trail Benfica by a point and sit third in Group E with Bayern Munich leading the way.

Indeed, while Benfica’s trip to the Allianz Arena looks daunting, Barca (under the temporary stewardship of Sergi Barjuan) need to build on their own momentum if they want to avoid relying on others heading into the climax of the group stage.

Barcelona team news

The club have recently confirmed Gerard Pique – who scored against Kiev in the last round – will be out for the foreseeable future while there was some concern over Sergio Aguero, who was taken to hospital amid breathing difficulties in the recent draw with Alaves.

Ansu Fati, Ousmane Dembele, Ronald Araujo, Frenkie De Jong, Pedri and Martin Braithwaite are all unavailable. [Source: Evening Standard]

Match Officials

Referee: Ovidiu Haţegan (ROU)

Assistant referees: Mircea Mihail Grigoriu (ROU), Sebastian Gheorghe (ROU)

Video Assistant Referee: Marco Di Bello (ITA)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Maurizio Mariani (ITA)

Fourth official: Radu Petrescu (ROU)



Dynamo Kyiv XI: Bushchan; Kedziora, Zabarnyi, Syrota, Karavaev; Sydorchuk, Shaparenko; Garmash, Buyalskiy, De Pena; Tsygankov.

Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Mingueza, Lenglet, Eric García, Jordi Alba; Nico, Busquets, De Jong; Gavi, Depay, Ansu Fati.

FT: Dynamo Kyiv 0-1 Barcelona


Bayern Munich will seek to confirm a knockout stage berth for themselves when they take on Benfica at home in a UEFA Champions League game on Tuesday.

Bayern responded to the 5-0 humiliation against Borussia Monchengladbach in style, inflicting a 5-2 loss upon Union Berlin in their most recent league game.

They are first in Group E with nine points from three matches played. They have scored 12 goals and conceded none, and have been the most impressive side in the competition so far.

Benfica, on the other hand, are second in the group and have four points from three matches played. They have a record of one win, one draw and one loss.

Benfica secured a 1-1 draw against Estoril Praia in their last competitive fixture.

Bayern Munich and Benfica have played five matches against each other so far. Benfica are yet to register a win against the Bavarian giants, while one game ended in a draw. Bayern have four wins to show for their efforts.

The last meeting between the two sides ended in a 4-0 win for the German side.

Bayern Munich form (all competitions): W-W-W-L-W

Benfica form (all competitions): W-L-W-D-D

[Source: Sportskeeda]

Match Officials

Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL)

Assistant referees: Paweł Sokolnicki (POL), Tomasz Listkiewicz (POL)

Video Assistant Referee: Tomasz Kwiatkowski (POL)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (POL)

Fourth official: Tomasz Musiał (POL)



Bayern Munich XI: Neuer; Pavard, Nianzou, Upamecano, Davies; Kimmich, Goretzka; Gnabry, Sané, Coman; Lewandowski.

Benfica XI: Vlachodimos; Gilberto, Veríssimo, Otamendi, Morato; Meïté, João Mário, Grimaldo; Pizzi, Yaremchuk, Éverton.

FT: Bayern Munich 5-2 Benfica


Top of Group H with maximum points so far, Juventus seek to seal a double over Zenit St Petersburg in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Though already closing in on the last 16, the Bianconeri have been struggling domestically, while Zenit sit top of the Russian Premier League but trail behind in the group following defeat to this week’s hosts in Russia.

Though, following events at the weekend, Juventus find themselves in the unfamiliar territory of mid-table in Serie A – following a 2-1 reverse at Hellas Verona – the Turin giants have been at their resilient best in Europe so far.

Having won all three of their Group H fixtures without conceding a goal, the Old Lady stands ready to reach the knockout stage with a win on home soil against opponents they bettered just a fortnight ago.

A late Dejan Kulusevski strike broke the resistance of Zenit last time the teams met, as he headed home Mattia De Sciglio’s cross with four minutes remaining of a close-fought contest in Russia’s cultural capital.

That late intervention by the Swedish attacker kept Juve three points ahead of defending champions Chelsea in the standings, with Zenit stuck on three points and outsiders Malmo having failed to post either a goal or a point.

For all their domestic woes over the past year, the Bianconeri can boast a record of 13 wins from their last 14 Champions League group games ahead of Tuesday’s return, and precedent stands in their favour too.

Juventus have never lost a continental clash with Russian opposition in their entire history – coming out on top eight times and drawing once – and have lost only five of their 47 European matches at the Allianz Stadium. However, four of those defeats have come in their last 15 home outings, reflecting the decline in standards at a club which has bowed out at the first knockout round in each of the last two campaigns.

Max Allegri’s return to Turin has not gone seamlessly either, as defeat on Saturday followed a last-gasp midweek loss to Sassuolo, so Juve will take to the field hoping to avoid the ignominy of three successive defeats.

[Source: SportsMole]

Venue: Juventus Stadium

Turin (ITA)

Referee: Alejandro Hernández ESP

Assistant referees: José Naranjo ESP, Teodoro Sobrino ESP

Fourth official: José Luis Munuera ESP

Video Assistant Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera ESP


Juventus vs Zenit | Lineups

Juventus XI: Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, De Ligt, Alex Sandro; Chiesa, Locatelli, McKennie, Bernardeschi; Dybala, Morata.

Zenit XI: Kritsyuk; Sutormin, Chistyakov, Lovren, Rakitskiy, Karavaev; Mostovoy, Barrios, Wendel, Claudinho; Azmoun.

FT: Juventus 4-1 Zenit


Opta stats

Atalanta have only won one of their five games against English teams in the UEFA Champions League (D1 L3), with that victory coming away at Liverpool last season. Gian Piero Gasperini’s side were beaten 3-2 by Manchester United last time out, despite taking a 2-0 lead in the game.

Manchester United have only lost one of their last 11 games against Italian opponents in the UEFA Champions League (W8 D2), while they’ve picked up victories in five of the last six (L1).

This will be the fourth time Atalanta have hosted an English opponent in European competition (currently W1 D1 L1). Manchester United will be their fourth different opponent in this run, having previously hosted Everton, Manchester City and Liverpool – all since the 2017-18 season.

Manchester United are looking to record their 150th victory in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League, which would make them the first English side to reach this milestone, and fourth overall after Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Barcelona.

Atalanta have only lost two of their last eight home games in the UEFA Champions League (W3 D3), while they won 1-0 against Young Boys on MD2 this season. The Italian side have only won consecutive home games once previously in the competition, beating Dinamo Zagreb and Valencia in 2019-20.

Manchester United have lost their last three away games in the UEFA Champions League, including a defeat to Young Boys on MD1 this term. They have never previously lost four consecutive away games in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League.

[Source: Skysports]

Venue: Stadio di Bergamo, Bergamo

Match Officials

Referee: Slavko Vinčić (SVN)

Assistant referees: Tomaž Klančnik (SVN), Andraž Kovačič (SVN)

Video Assistant Referee: Bastian Dankert (GER)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Christian Dingert (GER)

Fourth official: Matej Jug (SVN)



Atalanta XI: Musso; De Roon, Demiral, Palomino; Zappacosta, Freuler, Koopmeiners, Maehle; Pasalic; Ilicic, Zapata.

Man Utd XI: De Gea; Bailly, Varane, Maguire; Wan-Bissaka, Pogba, McTominay, Shaw; Bruno Fernandes; Cristiano Ronaldo, Rashford.

FT: Atalanta 2-2 Manchester United


This will be the fifth meeting between Sevilla and Lille in European competition – after losing the first two, the Spanish side have been unbeaten in the most recent two (W1 D1). This season’s reverse fixture in the UEFA Champions League ended 0-0 at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy.

Lille have only won two of their 14 games against Spanish opponents in European competition (D6 L6), going winless in eight such games since their last victory – 1-0 v Sevilla in the UEFA Cup in March 2006.

Sevilla have only lost one of their last seven home games in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League (W4 D2), with that lone defeat coming against Chelsea in December 2020; the team who went on to win the tournament last season.

Only 11% of Sevilla’s goals in the UEFA Champions League have been scored by Spanish players, with just nine of their 79 goals in the competition being scored by natives. Suso was the last Spaniard to score for them in the UEFA Champions League, versus Borussia Dortmund back in February.

[Source: Goal]

Venue: Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, Seville

Match Officials

Referee: István Kovács (ROU)

Assistant referees: Vasile Florin Marinescu (ROU), Ovidiu Artene (ROU)

Video Assistant Referee: Marco Guida (ITA)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Massimiliano Irrati (ITA)

Fourth official: Horatiu Fesnic (ROU)


FT: Sevilla 1-2 Lille



Roberto De Zerbi, Shakhtar coach: “We will continue with our principles of the game. We’ve worked together for three or four months and know perfectly well how we can progress. Our progress can be made through such matches with difficult opponents. Next, we will demonstrate our gaming philosophy, regardless of whether the enemy is strong or not.”

Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid coach: “How is the team? Very well. We know our opponents well. It means a lot to win this game at a key moment in the group. There is a big difference between winning and losing with this game. If we lose, we would have to win the last two; winning does not leave us all that far from our goal.”



Benoît Bastien FRA

Assistant referees

Aurélien Berthomieu FRA
Benjamin Pages FRA

Fourth official

Jérémie Pignard FRA

Video Assistant Referee

Delajod Willy FRA

Assistant Video Assistant Referee

Sascha Stegemann GER



Real Madrid XI: Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Lucas Vázquez, Benzema, Vinicius.

Shakthar XI: Trubin; Dodô, Marlon, Matviyenko, Ismaily; Maycon, Stepanenko; Tetê, Alan Patrick, Mudryk; Fernando.



Jesse Marsch, Leipzig coach: “Obviously we need points. Ahead of a game like this, mental preparation is extremely important. But the energy that fans bring to the stadium tomorrow can also help us greatly.”

Georginio Wijnaldum, Paris midfielder: “We need to get used to playing together, and getting to know each other better. This is what will we do over the next matches.”

Mauricio Pochettino, Paris coach: “Tomorrow will be a difficult match. Each match is different, and we always want to do better. Leipzig are a very physical team that will make things difficult for us.”


Andreas Ekberg (SWE)

Assistant referees
Mehmet Culum (SWE)
Stefan Hallberg (SWE)

Video Assistant Referee
Massimiliano Irrati (ITA)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee
Marco Guida (ITA)

Fourth official
Fredrik Klitte (SWE)



RB Leipzig XI: Gulácsi; Simakan, Orban, Gvardiol; Mukiele, Adams, Laimer, Angeliño; Forsberg, Nkunku, Silva.

PSG XI: Donnarumma; Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Mendes; Danilo, Gueye, Wijnaldum; Di María, Neymar, Mbappé.


Philippe Clement, Club Brugge coach: “In the first match against City, we did not play our best individually and collectively. It is up to us to do better tomorrow. It will be important to show quality and courage with the ball and whether we dare to find the right spaces. We are not here on a school trip, we come for points.”

Pep Guardiola on Sergio Agüero: “I spoke with his agent. Difficult news for him and his family. We wish him a safe recovery, doesn’t matter the time. Health is most important than anything else. He’s in good hands, he will take care of himself. I wish him the best recovery.”

Pep Guardiola on Club Brugge: “I’m pretty sure they will adjust things to punish us. We have to adjust to get better. It’s normal, it will be a completely different game.”


Antonio Mateu Lahoz (ESP)

Assistant referees
Pau Cebrián Devís (ESP)
Roberto del Palomar (ESP)

Video Assistant Referee
Ricardo de Burgos (ESP)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee
Christian Dingert (GER)

Fourth official
Santiago Jaime Latre (ESP)



Lineups 📃 #ManCityClubBrugge

Man City XI: Ederson; Walker, Stones, Laporte, Cancelo; Rodri, Bernardo, Gündogan; Mahrez, Grealish, Foden.

Club Brugge XI: Mignolet; Mata, Hendry, Mechele, Nsoki, Sobol; Rits, Vormer; Vanaken; Lang, De Ketelaere.


Diego Simeone, Atlético coach: “The three games ahead of us are decisive for all four teams in the group. Football is very changeable and the team that is top today can finish third and the one that is third can finish top. Every team has to compete to the best of their abilities; all three have the same chance “

Jürgen Klopp, Liverpool manager: “Naby [Keïta] has a hamstring injury so he will be out for a while. Milner [is out]. Thiago and Fabinho trained normal and are in contention, which is helpful.”


Danny Makkelie (NED)

Assistant referees
Hessel Steegstra (NED)
Jan de Vries (NED)

Video Assistant Referee
Pol van Boekel (NED)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee
Jochem Kamphuis (NED)

Fourth official
Dennis Higler (NED)



Liverpool XI: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Fabinho, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Salah, Mané, Jota.

Atlético Madrid XI: Oblak; Trippier, Felipe, Giménez, Hermoso; Correa, De Paul, Koke, Carrasco; Suárez, Félix.

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