Can Manchester United overcome a 2-1 first-leg deficit against Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarterfinal? The good news is that Sir Alex Ferguson's team will have the Old Trafford crowd to roar them on in the second leg. The bad news of course, is that Wayne Rooney remains a doubt for the game. For Bayern, the fragile Arjen Robben hopes to play, and the twin spearhead of Robben and Franck Ribery will test United's defense.

I'll be here to see how it all plays out from 2.30 p.m. ET, and I would be delighted if you'd join me. We'll be making this thing interactive, so e-mail me your thoughts before, during and even after the game is going on, if you like, at georgina.turner.si@gmail.com.

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