United paired with Rangers

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Manchester United and Rangers have been drawn together in Group C of the Champions League.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side are top seeds in the group, with Spanish side Valencia picked from pot two, Walter Smith's team and Bursaspor also involved.

The teams were drawn together at the same stage in 2003-04 with United winning 3-0 at home and 1-0 at Ibrox.

Harry Redknapp's Tottenham, who secured their first appearance in the Champions League group stage with their 4-0 win over Young Boys were rewarded with a place in Group A alongside Italian heavyweights Inter Milan and Germany's Werder Bremen.

Top seeds Chelsea were matched with Marseille and Spartak Moscow in Group F prior to the fourth and final pot being drawn, while Arsenal appeared to have the most straightforward assignment after drawing Shakhtar Donetsk and Braga in Group H.

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