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Summary

  1. City captain Kompany out "for weeks" with knee injury
  2. Champions League: Leicester v Club Brugge (19:45 BST)
  3. Also: Monaco v Tottenham
  4. Man City news conference coming up
  5. Ramsey & Walcott miss Arsenal training but expected to be fit
  6. PSG's Aurier refused entry into UK for Arsenal match
  7. Get Involved: What have you done to attend a sporting event? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Right that's all from me for now.

    Our Champions League live text is starting now with Leicester and Tottenham in action.

    We also have live radio commentary on 5 live.

    Enjoy.

  2. Leicester's big night

    Football

    It is a huge night for Leicester as they could qualify from their group tonight.

    19:45 GMT Leicester v Club Brugge

    19:45 GMT FC Copenhagen v FC Porto

    • Leicester will progress with a draw or if Copenhagen do not win.
    • Porto qualify with a victory.
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  3. Chelsea Ladies sign Norway captain Mjelde

    Football

    Maren Mjelde

    Chelsea Ladies have signed Norway captain Maren Mjelde until 2018.

    The central midfielder, 27, who has 107 international caps, will join the Women's Super League One outfit from Norwegian club Avaldsnes on 1 January.

    She reached the Women's Champions League semi-finals with German side Turbine Potsdam in 2013-14, before a spell with Swedish side Goteborg.

    "To sign Maren is a real statement of intent from the club," manager Emma Hayes told Chelsea's club website.

  4. Post update

    Football

    A reminder of the permutations in group E.

    HT: CSKA Moscow 0-1 Bayer Leverkusen

    19:45 GMT Monaco v Tottenham 

    • Monaco will go through with a draw and win the group if they win and Leverkusen do not.
    • Leverkusen will be through if they avoid defeat and Tottenham lose.
    • CSKA must win to stay in contention for a top-two finish.
  5. Half-time in Moscow

    Football

    Half-time in Moscow and Kevin Volland's first Champions League goal give Bayer Leverkusen the lead against CSKA.

  6. Post update

    That's all from Pep today.

    The main headline was the injury to Vincent Kompany. The defender could "could be out for weeks", with a knee ligament problem.

  7. Man City news conference

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola was asked if he could see himself staying at City for 10 years. 

    He said: "I don't know. It depends... but I am so happy here.

    Talking about reaching at least the semi-finals in this year's Champions League, he said: "Barcelona and Real Madrid are there every year. I am trying to do a lot in the next few years to be there."   

  8. Man City news conference

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City

    Manchester City beat Barcelona 3-1 in their last Champions Legaue outing and are second in group C behind the La Liga side on seven points.

    "We were so happy with beating Barcelona but it was just one game," said Pep Guardiola. "We cannot be considered favourites to win the tournament."

  9. Man City news conference

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City

    Vincent Kompany has now suffered his six injury this year and Pep Guardiola has clarified the defender has a knee ligament problem.

    "The doctor told me weeks but didn't explain how many," he said.

    vincent kompany
  10. Leverkusen could dent Spurs' hopes

    Football

    As I have already said Bayer Leverkusen are currently winning in Moscow.

    That is important for Tottenham's Champions League's hopes.

    As it stands Leverkusen top the group on nine points, with Spurs third on four points, with Monaco second on eight points.

    Spus travel to Monaco in tonight's game.

  11. Man City news conference

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City

    More from Pep Guardiola on Vincent Kompany, who has made just five appearances for City this season, in an injured affected campaign.

    Kompany will be assessed by specialist Ramon Cugat in Barcelona.

    "We have to try to help him week after week to see if he can play more often, " said Guardiola. "Deciding now is not the right thing.

    "He is sad, It is a long time he doesn't play, but he is in the best hands. He is travelling to a hospital in Spain so he can recover as soon as possible."

  12. Man City news conference

    Champions League, Borussia Monchengladbach v Man City (19:45 GMT)

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany missed training today and Pep Guardiola says the Belgian defender has a knee injury and will be out for "the next weeks."

    Kompany was taken off during City's 2-1 win against Crystal Palace on Saturday with a head injury, but Guardiola said: "Fortunately nothing happened with his head. The real problem is the knee."

    vincent kompany
  13. Akinfeev wait goes on

    Football

    Make that 42 games without a clean sheet for Igor Akinfeev.

    CSKA Moscow have just conceded again in the Champions League as Kevin Volland scores for Bayer Leverkusen on 16 minutes.

  14. Man City news conference

    Borussia Monchengladbach v Manchester City

    Looks like we are about to hear from Pep Guardiola. The Press Association's Andy Hampson is at the team's hotel.

  15. Akinfeev looks to break duck

    Football

    We already have a Champions League match under way tonight as CSKA Moscow entertain Bayer Leverkusen in a chilly Moscow, where it is currently -5C.

    Conditions where a snood or gloves are probably allowed.

    CSKA keeper Igor Akinfeev will be hoping to break an unwelcome record, he has not kept a clean sheet in 41 Champions League games, dating back to November 2006.

    It's currently 0-0 and the home side have had the best of the early exchanges.

    Igor Akinfeev
  16. Post update

    Thanks Matthew.

    A quick one hour cameo from me today and we have a Pep Guardiola news conference to look forward to.