Russian champions Rubin Kazan play their first ever...
Russian champions Rubin Kazan play their first ever match against Spanish opposition on Tuesday when they visit the Nou Camp to take on Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona on Match Day 3 of the Champions League.
Barca beat Ukrainian outfit Dynamo Kyiv 2-0 on Match Day 2. Argentine superstar Lionel Messi scored the first on 25 minutes, collecting a pass from Xavi before firing past Oleksandr Shovkovskiy
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Here is a glimpse of all the matches you can watch in the next few days:
Tuesday 7th December 2010
UEFA Champions League Live: Barcelona v Rubin Kazan, Benfica v Schalke, Bursaspor v Rangers, Copenhagen v Panathinaikos, Twente v Tottenham, Lyon v Hapoel Tel Aviv, Manchester United v Valencia, Werder Bremen v Inter Milan.
International Friendly Matches Live: Indonesia v Thailand, Malaysia v Laos
Wednesday 8th December 2010
UEFA Champions League Live: AC Milan v Ajax, Arsenal v Partizan, Bayern Munich v Basel, CFR Cluj v AS Roma, Marseille v Chelsea, Real Madrid v Auxerre, Shakhtar Donetsk v Braga, Zilina v Spartak Moscow.
International Friendly Matches Live: Myanmar v Phillipines, Viet Nam v Singapore
Thursday 9th December 2010
FA Cup Live: Luton Town v Charlton Athletic