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The early evening slate of games is headlined by Sparta Prague hosting Scottish champions Rangers at 5:45 pm on SuperSport Variety 2 (DStv channel 207) and Monaco traveling to Spain to face Real Sociedad at 5:45 pm on SuperSport La Liga (DStv channel 204 and GOtv channel 32), while Leicester City has a long trip to Poland to take on Legia Warsaw at 5:45 pm on SuperSport Premier League (DStv channel 203). There will also be no love lost for the meeting of Fenerbahce and Olympiakos at 5:45 pm on SuperSport Variety 1 (DStv channel 206).
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has called on his team to learn from their mistakes in a 2-2 draw with Napoli in which they gave away a two-goal lead: “There are things for us to improve on at this level against top teams and one is keeping the ball better.” He added, “The crime is not giving away the two goals, the crime is if you don’t learn. It is something I am sure this young team will do is learn.”
The night kick-offs feature a potential thriller between Olympique Marseille and Galatasaray at the Velodrome at 8 pm on SuperSport Football (DStv channel 205 and GOtv channel 31), which is renowned for its incredible atmosphere, while Lazio will look to get the better of Lokomotiv Moscow in the Italian capital city at 8 pm on SuperSport Variety 2.
West Ham United will welcome Rapid Vienna to the London Stadium at 8 pm on SuperSport Premier League and SuperSport Football, which will surely be buzzing for the return to European football for the Hammers, while Celtic will face a tough challenge in Glasgow when a potent Bayer Leverkusen head to Scotland at 8 pm on SuperSport La Liga.
Celtic ended on the wrong side of a 4-3 thriller against Real Betis, with manager Ange Postecoglu insisting that his side’s determination to play positive football will benefit them in the long run: “You can come here and get a 0- 0 draw [but] that ain’t gonna please me,” he explained. “I would rather we played the football we played tonight. We will get better at it and, when we do, I think we’ll get the rewards as well.”