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UEFA Champions League TV Schedule
December 12th, 2007 7AM

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Rangers hopes to join Glasgow rival Celtic in the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League. It only needs to tie French champion Lyon at Ibrox on Wednesday to advance. The only other berth still up for grabs is in Group G, where Fenerbahce leads PSV by one point in the battle for second place.

Group E
Barcelona vs. VfB Stuttgart (ESPN Deportes, live, 2:30 pm ET; ESPN Classic, delay, 5 pm ET)
Rangers vs. Lyon (ESPN2, live, 2:30 pm ET; ESPN Deportes, delay, 7 pm ET)
Standings: *Barcelona 11 points; Rangers, Lyon 7; VfB Stuttgart 3.

Group F
Roma vs. Manchester United (Setanta Sports USA, live, 2 pm ET)
Sporting Lisbon vs. Dynamo Kiev
Standings: *Man. Utd. 15 points; *Roma 10; Sporting Lisbon 4; Dynamo Kiev 0.

Group G
Fenerbahce vs. CSKA Moscow (Setanta Sports USA, delay, 6:30 pm ET)
PSV vs. Inter Milan (ESPN Deportes, delay, 4:45 pm ET)
Standings: *Inter Milan 12 points; Fenerbahce 8; PSV 7; CSKA Moscow 1.

Group H
Arsenal vs. Steaua Bucharest (Setanta Sports USA, delay, 4:45 pm ET)
Slavia Prague vs. Sevilla
Standings: *Sevilla 12 points; *Arsenal 10 points; Slavia Prague 5; Steaua Bucharest 1.
*Qualified for the finals.



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