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PARIS - The first four Champions League groups conclude today with a host of major clubs including Real Madrid, AC Milan, Juventus and Bayern Munich still unsure of a place in the knockout phase.
Real are practically assured of qualification and can afford to lose their Group C clash at Marseille today by three goals, while Milan will progress from the same group with victory at FC Zurich.
Brazilian playmaker Kaka has been ruled out for Real due to a groin injury but Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to start despite being sent off in his side's 4-2 La Liga win over Almeria on Saturday.
Karim Benzema was on target against Almeria, converting a rebound in the 83rd minute to put his side 3-2 up after Ronaldo had seen a penalty saved, and the former Lyon striker is likely to receive a hostile reception from the Marseille fans.
"It's always a pleasure to return to France. We expect the match in Marseille to be tough," he said.
German giants Bayern travel to Juventus in Group A knowing that only a win will prolong their Champions League campaign.
Juve lost 2-0 at Bordeaux in their last match in the competition, handing the French champions top spot in the group, but they warmed up for the visit of Bayern with a rousing 2-1 win at home to Serie A leaders Inter and need just a draw against Bayern to join Bordeaux in the last 16.
"This can be very useful going into the Bayern game if we are smart, humble, focused and realise we can play with this aggression against everyone," said Juventus's veteran forward Alessandro Del Piero after the win over Inter.
"If we forget that, then we run the same old risks."
Bayern will still be without tendonitis victim Franck Ribery for the trip to Turin but Dutch winger Arjen Robben and Belgian centre-back Daniel van Buyten have both overcome injuries to be included in the squad. - Sapa-AFP