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UEFA Champions League fixtures and preview – Wednesday 13 September

Sevilla's Steven N'zonzi and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho battle for the ball during the match at St. Jakob-Park, Basel, Switzerland.

We’re greatly excited about the eight Champions League matches taking place on Wednesday night, including Liverpool v Sevilla

There are three Premier League sides in action on Wednesday night, with Liverpool being handed a tough opening group game after beating Hoffenheim in a two-legged play-off.

The Reds overcame the German side 6-3 on aggregate and now face a Sevilla side with a strong European pedigree, with Maribor taking on Spartak Moscow in the other Group E game.

Meanwhile, Manchester City head to the Netherlands to meet a Feyenoord side who actually beat Manchester United in the Europa League last season, although the Dutch side have had a wobbly start to their domestic season.

Pep Guardiola will hope to make a big impact in this competition after seeing City lose to Monaco at the quarter final stage last season, while Tottenham will simply hope to make the knockout phase.

Spurs were ousted by Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen and their task looks difficult for this clash, with Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in the section.

Dortmund are the visitors to Wembley on Wednesday night and it’s a big game for Tottenham who will be looking to overcome the Wembley curse.

Meanwhile, Group G has a fascinating look about it, with FC Porto having a home match against Besiktas, while Leipzig go up against a Monaco team who have lost several key players but could still make an impact.

GROUP E
Liverpool v Sevilla
NK Maribor v Spartak Moscow

GROUP F
Feyenoord v Manchester City
Shaktar Donetsk v Napoli

GROUP G
FC Porto v Besiktas
RB Leipzig v Monaco

GROUP H
Real Madrid v Apoel Nicosia
Tottenham Hotspur v Borussia Dortmund

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