Champions League fixtures for December 4-5, 2012

#1AmazingDanyPosted 12/3/2012 8:03:22 PM
All at 19:45 GMT
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December 4th:

Olympiakos Piraeus v Arsenal

Dinamo Zagreb v Dynamo Kyiv

PSG v Porto

Montpellier v Schalke 04

MŠlaga v Anderlecht

Milan v Zenit

Borussia Dortmund v Manchester City

Real Madrid v Ajax
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December 5th

Barcelona v Benfica

Chelsea v Nordsjślland

Manchester United v CFR Cluj

Shakhtar Donetsk v Juventus

Lille v Valencia

Bayern MŁnchen v BATE

Celtic v Spartak Moskva

Sporting Braga v Galatasaray
#2saiyenlegend902Posted 12/3/2012 8:04:51 PM
As much as I want Barca to win, I wouldn't mind Benfica winning just to troll Celtic.
#3gSephiroth93Posted 12/3/2012 8:08:22 PM
saiyenlegend902 posted...
As much as I want Barca to win, I wouldn't mind Benfica winning just to troll Celtic.


lol
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#4Three-Eyed-CrowPosted 12/3/2012 8:13:06 PM
saiyenlegend902 posted...
As much as I want Barca to win, I wouldn't mind Benfica winning just to troll Celtic.


There is something genuinely wrong with you.

Sick ****.
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#5Gunner_04_Posted 12/3/2012 8:16:19 PM(edited)
Sczcesny

Jenkinson
Squillaci
Vermaelen
Meade

Ramsey
Coquelin
Rosicky

Ox
Chamakh
Arshavin

Shame Gnabry's injured and Eisfeld's ineligible. Really wanted to see the two (especially the latter who's been on fine form).
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#6gSephiroth93Posted 12/3/2012 8:20:44 PM
Gunner_04_ posted...
Sczcesny

Jenkinson
Squillaci
Vermaelen
Meade

Ramsey
Coquelin
Rosicky

Ox
Chamakh
Arshavin

Shame Gnabry's injured and Eisfeld's ineligible. Really wanted to see the two (especially the latter who's been on fine form).


would you rate this team higher than the one who lost to Swansea?
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#7saiyenlegend902Posted 12/3/2012 8:21:20 PM
Barca might as well field a weakened team vs Benfica since they have an extremely tough away match at Real Betis coming up. Since Barca won the group already, why go all out and risk an injury to a key player?
#8gSephiroth93Posted 12/3/2012 8:25:42 PM
saiyenlegend902 posted...
Barca might as well field a weakened team vs Benfica since they have an extremely tough away match at Real Betis coming up. Since Barca won the group already, why go all out and risk an injury to a key player?


excuse my ignorance. But since when is Real Betis a tough away match. Is "a tough away match" a match where Barca can only salvage a win by 2 goals rather than 5?
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#9Three-Eyed-CrowPosted 12/3/2012 8:27:41 PM
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Jones----------Smalling---------------Vidic-----------------Buttner
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-------------------Giggs------------------------Cole---------------------
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-----------------Henriquez------------------Welbeck------------------

SUBS: Johnstone, Vermijl, Wootton, Tunnicliffe, Lingard, Petrucci, Hernandez.

Give Vidic 45 - 60 minutes based on how well he does. Lord knows we can use a fit Vidic in the derby.

I'd love to see Cole, Henriquez, Petrucci, and Lingard involved but Fergie won't considering none of these players were involved in that meaningless trip to Istanbul.

Give Smalling a rest after an hour or so as well, maybe.
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#10Three-Eyed-CrowPosted 12/3/2012 8:28:44 PM
saiyenlegend902 posted...
Barca might as well field a weakened team vs Benfica since they have an extremely tough away match at Real Betis coming up. Since Barca won the group already, why go all out and risk an injury to a key player?


I don't care, just beat them. Celtic's fans deserve more Europe.
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