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Soccerlens TV: Mock Champions League draw plus Liverpool v Arsenal and Lyon v Bordeaux



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This article refers to an earlier version of the Champions League draw. Go to the latest Champions League draw article.

This article refers to a mock version of the Champions League draw. Go to the latest Champions League draw article.

Join celebrated football pundit, author, radio show host and DJ Andy Brassell every Monday on the Soccerlens Show.

Liverpool-Arsenal and Lyon-Bordeaux grabbed the headlines in league football in Europe and Andy discusses both games on this episode of the Soccerlens show. Andy evaluates the actual impact of Arsenal’s win and by extension the gap that has developed between the big two and the rest of the league. There’s also a look at Lyon’s inability to stamp their authority in the French league this season and the implications of that for their rivals.

The centerpiece of today’s show is a mock draw for the 2010 Champions League second round – in preview of this Friday’s actual Champions League draw. 16 teams, 8 spots and a large number of possible permutations. After you watch the show, feel free to check out the possible permutations in our Champions League Second Round Preview and make your predictions below in the comments.

You can watch the show below or by following this link:

Andy’s Champions League Draw:

Porto v Bordeaux, CSKA Moscow v Chelsea, Inter Milan v Manchester United, Lyon v Real Madrid, AC Milan v Barcelona, Stuttgart v Fiorentina, Olympiakos v Sevilla, Bayern Munich v Arsenal.

Make sure you send in your feedback and questions through [email protected] and Andy will feature the best of them in next week’s show.

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