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    FK Rubin

    1

    Neftchi

    0

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    Helsingborg

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    Hannover 96

    2

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    Inter

    1

    P Belgrade

    0

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    Levante

    3

    FC Twente

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    Lyon

    2

    Athletic

    1

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    NK Maribor

    1

    Tottenham

    1

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    P'thinaikos

    1

    Lazio

    1

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    Genk

    2

    SP Lisbon

    1

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    Rapid Vienna

    0

    Leverkusen

    4

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    Rosenborg

    1

    FC Metalist

    2

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    Sparta

    3

    Hapoel Kirya

    1

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    FC Fehervar

    2

    FC Basel

    1

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    AEL

    0

    Fenerbahce

    1

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    Atletico

    2

    Academi

    1

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    Gladbach

    2

    Marseille

    0

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    Dnipro

    3

    Napoli

    1

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    H Tel-Aviv

    1

    Plzen

    2

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    Liverpool

    1

    Anzhi

    0

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    Maritimo

    1

    Bordeaux

    1

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    Newcastle

    1

    Club Brugge

    0

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    PSV

    1

    AIK

    1

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    Steaua

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    Molde

    0

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    Stuttgart

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    Copenhagen

    0

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    Young Boys

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    Udinese

    1

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest, Romania

Referee: Laurent Duhamel | Attendance: 45000

* Local time based on your geographic location.

Steaua Bucuresti

  • Vlad Chiriches 30'
  • Raul Rusescu 32'

2 - 0

FT

Bucharest want breathing space

Steaua Bucharest head into the third game of their Europa League campaign targeting all three points as they look to put daylight between themselves and Molde in Group E.

The Romanian side have four points from their opening two games, a 2-2 draw with Stuttgart and a 1-0 win over Copenhagen.

With Molde just one point behind, the double-header against the Norwegians could well prove key to both team's fortunes.

Steaua manager Laurentiu Reghecampf believes Molde provide a strong threat to their ambitions.

In quotes reported in www.romaniainternational.com, Reghecampf said: ``Molde are a strong team to have beaten Stuttgart, I think that is not an easy team to beat.

``They can play in the Champions League.''

Opposite number Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has prioritised Sunday's league game against Rosenborg, although he denies he will be sending out a B team in the Romanian capital.

He told RBnett: ``There are seven or eight men who should see themselves as first-team players.

``We brought a team that I think has a good chance to come away against Steaua.''

A 2-1 defeat by Copenhagen was followed by the victory against Stuttgart and the former Manchester United striker believes Wednesday's match is a great opportunity for the younger members of the squad.

``These are young talents who will get the biggest experience in their career so far,'' he said.

``They get a great opportunity to show off and for some players, this is an adventure.

``It is important that we have fresh legs for the match against Rosenborg, but I look first and foremost at this as player development.

``We have worked like this since I took over as manager.''

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