Liverpool and Tottenham face a dramatic conclusion to their Champions League group campaigns.
Last night’s 2-1 defeat at Paris Saint Germain means the Reds must beat Napoli 1-nil or by 2 clear goals at Anfield next month.
Tottenham kept their hopes of reaching the last 16 alive with a 1-nil victory over Inter Milan at Wembley.
Spurs could still have beat Barcelona in Spain in a fortnight.
The World’s most expensive player Neymar scored the winner as P-S-G avenged their 3-2 defeat on Merseyside in September.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the French champions are impressive going forward.
Christian Eriksen came off the bench to score Spurs winner against Inter.
Mauricio Pochettino says it is a result that gives him team belief
Elsewhere, Celtic are in Trondheim needing a win this evening to keep alive hopes of a place in the Europa League knockout stage.
Brendan Rodgers’ side start the evening third in Group B ahead of their game with Rosenborg.
Arsenal’s game away to Vorskla is this evening being played in Kiev and not Poltava due to safety concerns in Ukraine.
Eden Hazard is missing for Chelsea, who need only a point at home to PAOK Thessaloniki if they’re to be confirmed as Group L winners with a game to spare.
And in a tight Group G, Steven Gerrard’s Rangers play host to Villareal.
Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest shared ten goals in extraordinary Championship encounter at Villa Park last night.
Five of the goals came in the first 22 minutes.
The visitors led three times and had a man sent off.
The home side had had two goals disallowed late on.
Both teams earned a point as the match finished 5 all.
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