1 Eliaquim Mangala CSKA Moscow v Manchester City in the Champions League is live on talkSPORT on 21 October 2014, from 5pm UK time.Manchester City haven’t had the best of luck in their Champions League travails in recent seasons and need a win away at CSKA Moscow to keep their dreams of a place in the knockout stages alive.Manuel Pellegrini’s men have garnered just one point following matches with Bayern Munich and Roma in Group E but a clash with Leonid Slutsky’s side offers them a chance to get their first victory of this campaign.The Russian side have lost both their games so far as Roma gave them a 5-1 shellacking and Bayern Munich earned a slim win thanks to a Thomas Muller penalty and Manchester City will hope they can heap on the misery.Conditions are going to be tricky for the Citizens with snow a possibility in Moscow and Pellegrini has warned they will need to be aware of their opponents’ propensity to attacking.Yaya Toure in for injured star?Chelsea legend Frank Lampard wasn’t expected to play much for Man City this year while on loan from New York City but has been a regular in recent weeks. Sadly a thigh injury against Tottenham looks to have ended his run in the first-team and Ivorian powerhouse Toure should step in to fill his boots in the centre of midfield.Summer signing to partner Kompany?Eliaquim Mangala was signed for £32million in the summer and, despite a strange game against Hull City, has looked a solid acquisition. He missed the Blues’ clash with Tottenham but should be fit to displace Martin Demichelis in Russia, while Pablo Zabaleta could also come back into the team.Dzeko returns in RussiaEdin Dzeko has been in decent form for Man City this season and could well be handed a recall after being benched for their showdown with Spurs. Jesus Navas, David Silva and James Milner all looked good against their Premier League opponents at the weekend but England star Milner’s defence qualities should see him start again leaving Navas to drop out for the Bosnian forward.Is this how Manchester City could line up against CSKA Moscow?
Nathaniel Clyne scores against Liverpool 1 Liverpool have had a £10million bid for Nathaniel Clyne rejected by Southampton.The England international has been the talk of the transfer window, with reports suggesting Manchester United would make a move for the right-back.Clyne has just one year left on his contract at St Mary’s stadium but after a great season, which saw him earn an England call up, the 24 year-old is in high demand.Below, see the reaction from Premier League fans after Liverpool’s derisory bid.