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How the big five will line up
How the big five will line up Soccer Saturday

How the big five will line up

Our experts predict how United, City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool will line-up this season.

Soccer Saturday shouts Soccer Saturday

Soccer Saturday shouts

See who Jeff, Le Tiss, Merse, Thommo and Charlie and tipping for the top - and the drop - this season.

Walsh's City XI Soccer Saturday

Walsh's City XI

Soccer Saturday's Paul Walsh picks Man City's best XI - and says it will be very similar to last term.

Paul's predictions Soccer Saturday

Paul's predictions

Paul Walsh salutes Chelsea's signing of Cesc but says Aston Villa's lack of signings puts them in peril.

Who should Roy pick? Soccer Saturday

Who should Roy pick?

The Soccer Saturday boys pick their England v Italy team. Disagree? Use our team selector to pick yours.

Who'll rule the world? Soccer Saturday

Who'll rule the world?

Who will win the World Cup? Who will be the surprise side? The Soccer Saturday panel have their say.

Ones to watch Soccer Saturday

Ones to watch

Ronaldo? Messi? Willian? The Soccer Saturday panel debate the players to watch in Brazil...

World Cup memories Soccer Saturday

World Cup memories

The Soccer Saturday panel share the best World Cup players and matches they've ever seen.

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Features

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are closing in on Raul's UEFA Champions League goalscoring record of 71

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are closing in on Raul's UEFA Champions League goalscoring record of 71

With Barcelona and Real Madrid once again among the favourites for Champions League glory and El Clasico coming up this weekend, the rivalry between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo shows no signs of abating. There's even a game between Argentina and Portugal in London next month.

Champions League: From Caen to Roma via Lille, Rudi Garcia has beaten the odds and is ready for Bayern Munich

Champions League: From Caen to Roma via Lille, Rudi Garcia has beaten the odds and is ready for Bayern Munich

When Caen were promoted to the French top flight for the first time in their history in 1988, nobody gave them a chance. This was a league full of stars. A glance of the top scorers in Ligue 1 that season reveals the scale of the task: Papin, Hoddle, Weah, Blanc, Cantona and more.

Five Champions League crackers not to miss

Five Champions League crackers not to miss

CSKA Moscow v Manchester City