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Atlético Minero

 By Tim Vickery

Three Copa Libertadores matches you can't miss this week

Atletico Mineiro will welcome Santa Fe to their formidable home ground on Thursday.

True, there were a couple of games played last Wednesday. Other than that, though, the Copa Libertadores went on holiday for two weeks while attention was focused on the international game. But now South America's premier club competition is back, and the action resumes at a fascinating stage.

Most of the 32 teams have only two of their group games still to play. Eight teams have three matches left.

Over the next three weeks, the places in the knockout stage will be sorted out. Half of the teams...

 By Tim Vickery

Five Copa Libertadores matches you can't miss this week

Internacional needed a come-from-behind effort to beat Emelec when the two clubs met in Brazil.

Approaching a mini pause due to the upcoming international break, the Copa Libertadores has a big week coming up, with 28 of the 32 teams in action.

Some are playing their third of six group games, while most are playing their fourth. This is the time, then, when qualification for the knockout stage starts to be defined. There are some huge matches coming up in the next few days. These are the five to pay attention to.

Tuesday, Group 8

Sporting Cristal (Peru, 5 points) vs. Racing (Argentina, 6 points)

Last...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bernard close to Porto switch

Arsenal are set to miss out on Atletico Mineiro star Bernard, with the Brazil international’s agent confirming he is set to join either Porto or Shakhtar Donetsk.

Bernard is keen to move to Porto.
Bernard is keen to move to Porto.

French newspaper L’Equipe had earlier claimed the 20-year-old was set for a medical in London, but Arsene Wenger told the Daily Mirror that was not the case.

Bernard’s father has told O Jogo that the Gunners do hold an interest but expressed a preference for a move to Porto, with fellow...