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Kane ready to get to grips with Champions League heavyweights

13 Setiembre 2017

Mayoral has a chance of starting in the team's Champions League opener because Benzema has already been ruled out due to a muscle injury in his right leg.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has said the Blues must take their time to get ready by playing well against lower-ranked teams before getting ready for big guns Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Juventus on their return to the Champions League.

Spurs endured an underwhelming campaign in the competition last season, finishing third in their group after managing just two wins from six matches. We will try to be competitive in a short time and not wait three, four or five years'.

But Kane is relishing the prospect of tackling some of the biggest clubs on the continent.

Zinedine Zidane has rejected suggestions Real Madrid are dependent on Cristiano Ronaldo following a stuttering start to its defence of La Liga in the Portuguese star's absence.

"Now we need experience", he said of their attempt to match the likes of Madrid.

Kane ready to get to grips with Champions League heavyweights
Kane ready to get to grips with Champions League heavyweights

Manchester United's players didn't have to exert themselves too much to see off Swiss side Basel 3-0, as Romelu Lukaku scored his sixth goal in six United appearances.

"It's 50-50 really. If you're in the Champions League you want to be playing the best teams". They play Anderlecht of Belgium at the Alliance Arena tonight at 6:45 pm.

He replied: "I never had any problems in England".

"He is focused on what he has to do and very happy to be able to play again, because that is what he likes to do". But this time around, they are expected to be the whipping boys in a group with Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham.

Set to be unshackled on Wednesday, APOEL will be the first side to bear the brunt of the Portugese forward's potential onslaught.

While Cristiano Ronaldo has been suspended for pushing a referee, Madrid has made a relatively poor start to retaining the Spanish league title, lying four points behind Barcelona after three rounds. The Hard Tackle predicts a comfortable 4-1 win for the hosts.

Kane ready to get to grips with Champions League heavyweights