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Sevilla v Liverpool, Tuesday 7.45pm GMT
It wont be an easy task but Liverpool know victory in Seville would guarantee them a place in the knockout stages (a draw would suffice if Maribor beat Spartak Moscow in the other game). Sevilla are just one point behind Liverpool in the group and are unbeaten at home in all competitions this season. They have won their last seven matches at the Ramn Snchez Pizjun, including a 2-1 victory against Celta Vigo on Saturday evening.
Sevillas home form is strong but new manager Eduardo Berizzo has struggled to get the best from a talented bunch of players. They are outside the Champions League places in La Liga, having lost four of their first 12 matches this season. They also suffered an embarrassing 5-1 defeat to Spartak Moscow earlier in the group.
Joaquin Correa was their shining light in their 2-2 draw at Anfield earlier in the group but Liverpool were profligate that night; they mustered 24 shots to Sevillas seven and should have taken all three points.
Liverpool are enjoying a decent run of form at the minute they have won their last four games and that is largely down to the form of Mohamed Salah. He has had a direct hand in 10 goals (eight goals and two assists) in his last six Liverpool appearances and he is now out on his own as the top scorer in the Premier League. It is just as well given that Roberto Firmino has only scored three goals in the 13 games he has played since these sides met at Anfield in September.
Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham Hotspur, Tuesday 7.45pm GMT