Match Day Four in the Champions League is always the most interesting as it is essentially the return leg of Match Day Three. Having just played two weeks prior, each match-up is even more important with just three games left in the group stage. Lyon can effectively advance to the knock-out round with a win at Benfica in Group B. Tottenham will be hoping for a better first half performance at the San Siro and will need at least a point to keep clear of the winner of the Twente-Bremen match in Group A. Rangers have the biggest imperative of any club in the first four groups, needing at least a point from a trip to Valencia to have a legitimate chance of reaching the last sixteen from Group C. And Rubin Kazan can keep alive in Group D with a home victory over Panathinaikos, provided København falter against Barcelona.

Group A:
Twente @ Werder Bremen
Tottenham Hotspur @ Internazionale

Group B:
Schalke @ Hapoel
Olympique Lyonnais @ Benfica

Group C:
Manchester United @ Bursaspor
Rangers @ Valencia

Group D:
Barcelona @ København
Panathinaikos @ Rubin Kazan


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