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  1. Changes to kick-off times for 18-19
  2. Will Roberto Firmino be fit to face PSG after eye injury?
  3. Inter Milan v Tottenham at 17:55 BST
  4. Liverpool v Paris St-Germain at 20:00 BST
  5. Man City assistant Arteta speaks before Lyon game
  6. Get involved - #bbcfootball

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By Laura Savvas and Denise Evans

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  1. Three hours to go

    With kick-off in Milan now just three hours away, it's time for us to bid you goodbye.

    Shortly there'll be live build-up to both the Tottenham and Liverpool games on the BBC Sport website.

    Not long to wait to find out if Roberto Firmino's eye injury has cleared up enough for him to play and to hear if Mauricio Pochettino has any more glorious animal analogies for us.

    Cheers for joining us today, you've all helped things moo-ve along nicely...

  2. The atmosphere is building

    Liverpool v PSG (20:00 BST)

    Paris St-Germain's London fan club are ready and in full voice.

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  3. We'll just leave this here for you all to graze on...

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    Video caption: Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs manager's surprising cow analogy
  4. Get Involved

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    SMS Message: The train will arrive at moo o'clock. There's no udder answer. Apologies.. from Killinghome Clay
    Killinghome Clay
    SMS Message: The Cow and the train - The answer is obvious, the cow has experience of seeing the trains but doesn't have a watch so when asked the time looks down at his wrist and only sees errr bare leg - lets buy that cow a watch for Christmas! from Peter, Bexhill
    Peter, Bexhill
  5. A goal-fest in Milan?

    Inter Milan v Tottenham (17:55 BST)

    Last time Inter Milan and Tottenham played each other in the Champions League, 11 goals were scored in two games (in the group stage) in 2010.

    Harry Kane may need to finding his scoring touch if Spurs are to get anywhere near that tally this time around, while Inter haven't exactly been in rich scoring form so far this season, either.

    Harry Kane
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    Ansh: I think what Poch meant was - just being there doesn’t matter anymore. What’s important is how you observe what’s happening around you and build on that experience. What’s even more important is how you express that experience, something a cow can’t do.

  7. 100 per cent domestic record for each side

    Liverpool v PSG (20:00 BST)

    Paris St-Germain have won five Ligue 1 titles in the past six seasons but have yet to progress beyond the quarter-finals in the Champions League.

    Liverpool, meanwhile, are five-time winners of the coveted silverware, and fell short of a sixth trophy after losing to Real Madrid in the final in May.

    The teams have not met since 1997. Both sides have secured five wins from five matches in their domestic leagues.

  8. Will Inter Milan have a dream comeback?

    Inter Milan v Tottenham Hotspur (17:55 BST)

    After qualifying for the competition for 10 successive years between 2002-03 and 2011-12, Inter Milan return to the Champions League for the first time in six years, their longest wait since the rebranding of the tournament in 1992-93.

    Tottenham only lost one of their eight Champions League games last season - the second leg of their last-16 match, 2-1 against Juventus.

  9. 'PSG have unbelievable quality... we need any help we can get' - Klopp

    Liverpool v PSG (20:00 BST)

    "Paris are one of the favourites for the competition, for sure," Klopp said.

    "This team is built for winning the Champions League. They have unbelievable quality.

    "I like these challenges, but I only like it because I have a really good football team. If I was not a manager, I would watch this game.

    "We play at Anfield and it can be an advantage. We need any help we can get."

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    David Burleigh: Oh come on people.. the cow has the experience of when the train comes each day, but doesn't have the ability to speak so when you ask it the time it just says mooooooo... Experience isn't everything, right? Duh.

    Kyle McAskill‏: Liverpool 3-1 PSG... it's on. Mane will be the man tonight.

  11. 'PSG one of the best teams in the world'

    Liverpool v PSG (20:00 BST)


    Sadio Mane speaking ahead of his team's clash with Paris St-Germain at Anfield tonight:

    "It's going to be a very difficult game, it will not be easy for us.

    "PSG is one of the best teams in the world so we are expecting a very difficult and good game at Anfield, especially, and hopefully we will do our best and win it."

    Sadio Mane
  12. 'We are always trying to do things opponents don't expect' - Arteta

    Man City v Lyon (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    On new things this season: "We are always adapting and evolving the way we play. Depending on the players, the new signings we have, we have to change the system. We can be predictable. Other teams have technology, good coaches to pick the things you do. We are always trying to evolve, we are always innovating and trying to do things opponents don't expect."

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    Shadrach Patricks: Why type of moooosic was the cow listening to when Poch asked the time: Train: Drive By

  14. 'What we have created is phenomenal' - Arteta

    Man City v Lyon (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    On whether it feels like City are the best team in the world: "For me, we have the best players in the world and I look at our players as if they are the best. I wouldn’t change my players for any others. They are absolutely fantastic, the hunger is this group is incredible. People talk about money to spend. But people have to look inside this club, what we have created, it's phenomenal."

    On lessons from last season: "You have to get to the important moments with your players available and pay attention to every detail, You have to be lucky with some of the decisions, players hitting form at the right moment. We came short for whatever reason. Maybe it was our fault, maybe others. We didn’t manage to get where I think we could have reached, with the level of football we played. The moment you make a mistake, five minutes of not paying attention, you are out."

  15. Sturridge to start?

    Liverpool v PSG (20:00 BST)

    Is this guy all smiles in training because he's been given the nod from Klopp that he's starting tonight?

  16. 'We have to be 100% focused' - Arteta

    Man City v Lyon (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    On injuries: "We have a training session now and we will see how they react in the next 24 hours and make a decision. We have the training and see how they are!"

    On qualifying early: "Very much of a help. Winning the first game, especially away from home, helped. We did it against Feyenoord. It is a tough group. We know Shkahtar very well, we played them last season and it was difficult. If you qualify early, it can take the pressure off. You can rest players for the Premier League and other competitions. It's the first game and we have to be 100% focused."

    On City being favourites: "I am surprised when you have a team that won it three times in a row but that means we are doing things really well, people seriously think we are candidates to compete against other teams in Europe. And that's it. There has to be a motivation, not a pressure and that's the way we take it. Hopefully we can improve on the last two seasons because we came short."

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    SMS Message: I think Poch is saying about experience that just because you've been there (UCL) before it doesn't mean you learned anything or gained from the experience from Graham, Nottingham
    Graham, Nottingham
  18. 'We believe we can do better' - Arteta

    Man City v Lyon (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    Arteta on winning the Champions League: "That is the aim. We have a very young squad. They gain a lot of experience in the last two years with the different things that have happened in the Champions League and we feel we are better prepared. But in the Champions League, winning or losing is more detailed. We are preparing every detail to improve what we've done in the past. We believe we can do better and tomorrow everything starts. It's a new competition and we know how hard it is to play against the teams in Europe."

    On whether spending makes City favourites: "I don’t believe that is the reason people think we can challenge. I think the reason is how consistent we have been and the way we play against big teams. But it is a very difficult competition and tomorrow I'm sure we'll face a tough game."

  19. 'He will be 100 per cent fresh and we have to cope' - Klopp

    Liverpool v PSG, 20:00 BST

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has spoken about the possibility of his side facing Neymar tonight.

    "He was rested at the weekend so he will be 100% fresh for us and we will see the full Neymar package and we have to cope with that," Klopp said.

  20. Spurs' chances of progression in 'group of death'

    Inter Milan v Tottenham Hotspur (17:55 BST)

    Gracenote's head of sports analysis Simon Gleave: "Tottenham's group is certainly this season's group of death with all four teams ranked in the top 35 clubs in Europe according to the Euro Club Index.

    "However, Tottenham are ranked as the 11th best team in Europe so they and top-ranked Barcelona are the favourites to progress.

    "The draw was slightly unkind to Tottenham as it reduced the club's chances of progress from 76% to 71% but others in this group got a worse deal.

    "PSV managed to draw the three hardest possible opponents so saw their chances of making the last 16 halve from 28% to 14%."