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  1. First-leg highlights

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    Video caption: Boca Juniors 0-0 Santos: Marinho denied penalty by VAR in first-leg stalemate

    It's all to play for in the second leg of the second semi-final.

    Home side Santos, from Brazil, have a slight advantage after holding six-time Copa Libertadores champions Boca Juniors to a 0-0 draw in the first leg.

    Palmeiras, also of Brazil, await in the final after they edged out Argentina's River Plate 3-2 on aggregate in the first semi-final.

  2. What is the Copa Libertadores?

    The Copa Libertadores is South America's equivalent of the Champions League, featuring the most successful sides from across the continent.

    It was founded in 1960, making this year's competition the 61st in its history.

    Argentina's Independiente and Boca Juniors are the two most successful clubs in the competition's history. Independiente have won seven titles while Boca Juniors have reached a record 11 finals - winning the trophy six times.

    Brazil's Flamengo are the current champions, but they were knocked out in the last 16 of this year's competition, which has been delayed due to the coronavirus.

    The 2020 Copa Libertadores started in January but the group stages were halted in March and did not resume until September.

    The competition is now down to the semi-final stage, with the final due to be played at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 30 January.

  3. Concussion subs set for Club World Cup trial

    Football’s world governing body Fifa says it will trial the use of concussion substitutes at next month’s Club World Cup in Qatar. It would be the first time that permanent substitutes for head injuries have been allowed in international competition.

    Teams will be allowed one concussion substitute per game at the event, which starts on 1 February, with the five continental champions, including the Uefa Champions League winners Bayern Munich and the soon to be crowned Copa Libertadores winners.

    Egypt’s Al Ahly, Ulsan from South Korea, Tigres of Mexico, host club Al-Duhail of Qatar and New Zealand’s Auckland City will complete the line-up for the Club World Cup.

    The Premier League has already said it will trial concussion subs this month after the issue gathered traction last month and Fifa approved its Club World Cup experiment at the same time.

    Fifa said it wants to reduce pressure on medical personnel to make quick diagnoses in cases of head injuries during play. The free substitution is designed to persuade clubs to err on the side of caution - the substitution does not come from a team's usual allocation - if a player gets a head injury.

  4. How can I watch the Copa Libertadores?

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    The BBC will show three more games from the 2020 Copa Libertadores, starting with the semi-final second leg matches and the final at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 30 January.

    All seven matches will be on the BBC Sport website, Red Button and iPlayer, where they will be available to catch up on for 30 days.

    Wednesday 13 January

    Santos v Boca Juniors, semi-final, second leg

    22:05-00:15 - BBC Sport website and app, Red Button and BBC iPlayer