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Champions League: live blog

Welcome to our coverage of today’s matches. The lineup for the day includes two Champions League and two Absa Premiership matches.

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We will combine live updates, comments and your tweets in this blog around the matches.

The Sundowns-Arrows match is available via live streaming, and is televised on HD4 and SS4. Arsenal v Bayern can be watched on HD1 & SS3, while Porto v Malaga is available on HD2 & SS5. For all broadcast details, click here.

Arsenal will be looking to get over their disappointing FA Cup loss to Blackburn with a win over Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium. Can the Gunners stop the roving Robben and raving Ribery?

Surprise package Malaga would look to continue their fairytale Champions League story when the take on FC Porto.

In the Absa Premiership, Sundowns will look to carry on from where they left off in their last game when they take on Golden Arrows.

Stragglers Ajax Cape Town take on a firing Bloemfontein Celtic side in what promises to be a closely contested match.

Follow the action right here and use #SSFootball to leave your comments through Twitter. We'll pull the best of them into our coverage below.


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