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3. CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TV: Celtic hosts Man U; Madrid seeks revenge
November 21st, 2006 1:17AM

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Glasgow Celtic hosts Manchester United on Tuesday (TV: ESPN2, 2:30 pm ET). In their first Group F encounter, Man U beat the Scottish champions, 3-2. Man U leads the group after four games, but comes off an embarrassing loss to last-place FC Copenhagen.

In Group E, Lyon (12 pts.) and Real Madrid (9 pts.), both already assured passage to the knockout round, meet on Tuesday (TV: ESPN Deportes, 2:30 pm ET). Lyon beat Real Madrid, 2-0, in the group opener.

CSKA Moscow hopes to qualify for the next round by beating Porto on Tuesday (TV: ESPN Deportes, 12:25 pm ET), but the Russians will have to fight jet lag and shake off the hangover of celebrating its clinching of the Russian league title on Saturday. CSKA players flew through seven time zones in their 10,000-mile roundtrip last weekend for their 4-0 win over Luch. Local media reported that the club brought several cases of champagne on board for its return trip.

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