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There’s a plethora of cracking games in Europe this week as our domestic teams once again take centre stage.
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Arsenal take on Marseille fresh from their thumping 5-3 win at Chelsea on the weekend, and once again all eyes will be on Robin Van Persie to deliver the goods. The Gunners currently lie top for Group F, one point in front of their opponents today, Didier Deschamps Marseille, and victory at the Emirates would ease the pressure on their under fire boss Arsene Wenger.
Chelsea can put a miserable week behind them as they make the trip to Belgium and the Cristal Arena to face Genk, who currently lie bottom of Group E with only a single solitary point to their name. Andres Villas-Boas side currently lie top of the group, a point ahead of of Bayer Leverkusen, and a win would certainly improve confidence around the camp after a shambolic defensive performance against Arsenal last weekend.
On Wednesday, Manchester United will look to continue their recovery after their mauling by Man City as they host Romanian side Otelul Galati at Old Trafford. Alex Ferguson’s men currently lie in second spot in Group C, and with FC Basel putting the pressure on in third place and only a point behind, nothing less than a win will do. Portugese giants Benfica head the group two points ahead at the top, putting Man Utd’s progression into serious doubt, and its a certainty that the Red Devils will be going for the all out win.
Manchester City continue their campaign in the Champions League with an away trip to Spain to face Villarreal as Roberto Mancini looks to improve on their third place spot in Group A. The Citizens are desperate for an away win as Bayern Munich and Napoli currently occupy the top two spots, and with Villarreal losing all three of their opening games the gap is sure to shorten.
Elsewhere there are some cracking ties to take in, including Valencia taking on Bayer Leverkusen, Lyon take on Real Madrid while the top two meet in Group A as Napoli face Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Its sure to be a cracking couple of days football.