The latest from the 32 clubs
Magnus Eriksson, Malmö midfielder:
We are very strong at home. I think that we will have more possession [against Juventus] and then we have to play the ball well. Hopefully Juventus underestimate us a bit and then we really can shake them.
Aaron Ramsey, Arsenal midfielder:
The last game was the first time in a long time that I felt sharp again and felt like I was physically there. Hopefully I can continue that and have a very successful season. It did take me a few games to get back. I'm not worried at all. I still believe in my qualities, and I'm confident that I can show that again this year. There will be plenty more opportunities.
We believe in ourselves, we have a great team spirit and we are not too concerned with what is being said about us. I think we have a really good unity in the team. Everybody wants to work hard for each other, wants to turn things around and hopefully we can do that with a win against Dortmund tomorrow night.
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Míchel and his Olympiacos troops are already in Spain, ahead of their Group A tie against Atlético tomorrow. The 51-year old coach took 21 players with him, among them captain Giannis Maniatis - who suffered a knock to his ankle during Monday's training session.
His participation depends on how he will fare in tonight's warm up. If he fails to recover then Pajtim Kasami will take his place in the starting lineup. That will be the only change to the Olympiacos XI that fell 3-2 in Turin on matchday four.