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The Uefa Champions League reaches the last round of the group stage matches, with most spots already secured, the teams will be fighting it out to finish top.

There's still the Europa League spot available for the teams who will finish third, most notably English champions Manchester City who visit Group D leaders Borussia Dortmund.

Tonight's PSL action completes a packed football night, with leaders Kaizer Chiefs looking to remain top of the log going to the Soweto Derby, when they host Ajax Cape Town in Polokwane.

Follow the action right here and use #SSDiski (local football) or #SSFootball (Champions League) for comments.

UCL FIXTURES

Kick-off time 9:45pm CAT (GMT+2)

Real Madrid v Ajax - SS3, SSHD2
Olympiacos v Arsenal - SS5, SSHD
Borussia Dortmund v Man City - SS7, SSHD3
AC Milan v Zenit St Petersburg - SS6
PSG v FC Porto - Maximo, SSHD4
Montpellier v Schalke 04
Malaga v Anderlecht
Dinamo Zagreb v Dynamo Kiev

PSL FIXTURES

Kick-off time 7:30pm CAT (GMT+2)

Kaizer Chiefs v Ajax Cape Town - SS4, SSHD4, SS.com
Maritzburg Utd v Platinum Stars
Golden Arrows v Moroka Swallows
SuperSport United v Bloem Celtic



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