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Champions League: Real Madrid and PSG set sights on knockout stages

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By Euronews
Champions League: Real Madrid and PSG set sights on knockout stages

<p>Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns to his first club Malmo on Wednesday in a bid to help Paris Saint Germain qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League.</p> <p><span class="caps">PSG</span> are second in Group A behind leaders Real Madrid and will progress with victory in Sweden.</p> <p>A draw could also be good enough for the French champions, providing Shakhtar fail to claim a home victory over Real Madrid.</p> <p>After their crushing defeat at the hands of their bitter rivals Barcelona at the weekend Real will look to bounce back in style in Ukraine and progress as Group A winners.</p> <p>Wayne Rooney has recovered from an illness and could feature as Manchester United look for a win against <span class="caps">PSV</span> Eindhoven that will send them through to the knockout stages.</p> <p>Louis Van Gaal will be without the services of Antonio Valencia, Michael Carrick, Ander Herrera and Phil Jones for the Group B clash at Old Trafford but Anthony Martial is fit again and Marouane Fellaini is back from a calf injury.</p> <p>Meanwhile <span class="caps">CSKA</span> Moscow will need to beat third placed Wolsburg in the Russian capital to keep alive their hopes of qualifying.</p> <p>In Group C Benfica will book their last 16 ticket if they beat competition newcomers Astana. Atletico Madrid meanwhile need a single point from their tie with Galatasaray to qualify.</p> <p>Last season’s finalists Juventus need a win against already-qualified Manchester City to advance from Group D. Sevilla have to beat eliminated Monchengladbach and hope Juve lose to have any chance of qualifying.</p>