Our UEFA Cup opponents Sevilla missed the chance to leapfrog Barcelona at the top of La Liga on Sunday.
With seven changes to the side that lined-up against us in the quarter-final, first leg on Thursday - including the strikeforce of Kanoute and Kerzhakov on the bench, both were used in the second half - Sevilla were held to a goalless draw by Racing Santander. It means Barcelona stay top despite losing at Real Zaragoza on Saturday.
We go into the quarter-final, second leg at the Lane on Thursday (7.45pm) trailing 2-1 from the first leg.
In the other quarter-final, first legs, Osasuna beat Bayer Leverkusen 3-0 in Germany - if we progress, we will play the winners of this tie in the semi-final - while Espanyol beat Benfica 3-2 and Werder Bremen and AZ Alkmaar drew 0-0.