Champion League & Others 24/2/201

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Champion League & Others 24/2/201. Two games in the Champions League today. At 20:00, Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City is on BT Sport 2. Also at 20:00, on BT Sport 3 is Atlanta v Real Madrid. There is also one Europa League tie, at 17:00, Tottenham v Wolfsberger is on BT Sport 1.

Champion League & Others 24/2/201 – Detailed Channel Information

Champion League & Others 24/2/201 – Selected Team News

Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City

  • Lars Stindl and Stefan Lainer will miss the return leg if they are booked on Wednesday.
  • Gladbach have a clean bill of health for their game with Manchester City.
  • Denis Zakaria has really struggled for peak fitness this season and is only likely to start on the bench here.
  • Breel Embolo, Patrick Herrmann and Jonas Hofmann are in competition to complete Gladbach’s forward line.
  • Manchester City’s injury problems have eased dramatically in recent weeks with Nathan Ake the only player currently unavailable.
  • Phil Foden and Rodri are expected to return to the side on Wednesday after being rested in the 1-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday.
  • Bernardo Silva and Riyad Mahrez could find themselves unlucky to be among the substitutes in midweek, while Aymeric Laporte, Kyle Walker and Gabriel Jesus are pushing for recalls.

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Tottenham v Wolfsberger

  • Jose Mourinho has no fresh injury concerns for the second leg meeting with Wolfsberger, with Giovani Lo Celso and Serge Aurier still ruled out.
  • This would have been a game Joe Rodon would normally have started, but the Welshman wasn’t included in the club’s Europa League squad list.
  • Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg may be handed another rest here, while Carlos Vinicius should lead the attack. Joe Hart is another who could start.
  • Mario Leitgeb is available having recovered from injury and while he played no part at the weekend, he should start here.
  • Eliel Peretz remains sidelined, while Sven Sprangler was forced off after 15 minutes at Sturm Graz and is considered a doubt.
  • On the whole, despite a 4-1 loss in the first leg, the Austrian side are unlikely to make wholesale change

More Team News / Match Report

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