Celta Vigo
Sevilla FC
7:30 PM UTC
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Hellas Verona
7:45 PM UTC
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Trelissac FC
8:00 PM UTC
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Independiente del Valle
10:30 PM UTC
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Independiente Santa Fe
Oriente Petrolero
12:45 AM UTC Feb 12, 2016
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River PlateRiver Plate
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Gignac's gruesome foot

The Toe Poke
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Huracan's Toranzo did not lose toes in bus crash - president

Huracan players Patricio Toranzo and Diego Mendoza suffered injuries after the team bus overturned.

Huracan president Alejandro Nadur has denied reports that midfielder Patricio Toranzo had his toes amputated after the team bus crashed on Wednesday.

Huracan were in Venezuela for the second leg of their Copa Libertadores qualifier against Caracas FC and were travelling to the airport after the game when the brakes on the bus failed, causing it to flip over.

The club's physiotherapist, Sebastian Tartarones, said the bus had "lost its brakes" and slid down an emergency ramp on the Caracas-La Guaira...

 By Tim Vickery

Sao Paulo, Racing favourites to progress to Libertadores group phase

Bruno & Alejandro Hohberg
Bruno, left, vies for the ball against Alejandro Hohberg in Sao Paulo's first leg clash with Cesar Vallejo.

The field of 38 clubs in this year's Copa Libertadores, South America's equivalent of the Champions League, contains a grand total of 15 former winners. Two of them, though, have to sweat through the qualifying round, which kicked off last week and concludes this, before they can take their place in the group stage

One of them, Sao Paulo of Brazil, will feel that they have a foot and a half in the next phase. In last Wednesday's first leg, they drew 1-1 away to Cesar Vallejo of Peru.

The result,...

 By Tim Vickery

South American clubs seize on CONMEBOL weakness in Copa Lib

New CONMEBOL president Alejandro Dominguez is already feeling the heat from clubs in the Copa Libertadores.

CONMEBOL, the South American Confederation, proudly announced recently that they were increasing the money paid to teams competing in the Copa Libertadores, the continent's Champions League equivalent. Instead of $300,000, the clubs would now receive $600,000 for each game in the group stage. But this was no spontaneous act of generosity -- the prize money has been doubled as a consequence of pressure from the clubs... and it still might not be enough.

A league of South American...

 By Tim Vickery

Edgardo Bauza, Facundo Sava face stiff Copa Libertadores tests

Facundo Sava
Facundo Sava will make his competitive debut as Racing coach on Wednesday against Liga MX side Puebla.

It is going to be a cruel summer for six teams in South America. The qualifying round of the Copa Libertadores, the continent's Champions League equivalent, kicks off on Tuesday and 12 sides will be reduced to six in the group phase.

The first legs are played this week, with the return games taking place next week -- which means that before mid-February, while Carnaval is still going on, the losing six will already have bowed out of the continent's main club event.

One tie leaps out as the outstanding...