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PREVIEW : UEFA Champions League Matchday three Wednesday action

35 Goals were score in the UEFA Champions League matchday three on Tuesday and fans will be looking for more action on Wednesday. Under pressure Ole Gunner Solskjaer will lead Manchester United against a free scoring Atalanta, desperate for a win.

Juventus, a rejuvenated side will travel to Russia to face Zenit St Petersburg

Here is a preview of Wednesday night Champions League action.

SAINT PETERSBURG : Juventus will look to continue their splendid form when they visit Russia to tackle Zenit St Petersburg.

Two wins out of two from Massimiliano Allegri shook off the poor start that the Turin based side endured and how now won six games in a row, four of those in the Serie A.

Not to be written off, Zenit will look to upset the apple cot by winning at home.

LILLE : A poor start in the French Ligue 1 by Lille can only be forgotten if the French side do well in the Champions League.

Rooted at the bottom of the log, Lille will look to catch with Group leaders Sevilla, whom they face at Stade Pierre Mauroy tonight.

The Spanish side will have other ideas as they will look to take a step closer to qualification even though they are still plenty of games left.

BERN : Following a dramatic 2 - 1 victory over Manchester United, Young Boys will be looking for more of the same when they welcome Villarreal to Stadion Wankdorf.

The Spanish side suffered a heartbreaking 2 - 1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER : Premier League giants Manchester United welcome Atalanta to the Old Trafford toni8, desperate to make a statement that they are still a top club in England.

Losing to Young Boys and grabbing a lucky win at home against Villarreal continued to cast doubt on the future of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has come under fire for losing games in the domestic league.

United, a star studded side face a free scoring Atalanta side, who are currently top of the group and a win for the Italian side at Old Trafford could spell the end of Solskjaer reign at Manchester United. 

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