The Champions League Group Stage draw pitted Arsenal with Marseille, Olympiacos and Borussia Dortmund.

In Euro Watch, we take a weekly check on the progress of Arsenal's European opponents in their domestic leagues.

Olympique de Marseille

Dijon 2-3 Marseille
Saturday, October 29

Marseille made it three wins on the bounce with a late victory over Dijon on Saturday. Loic Remy and Benoit Cheyrou had given the vistors a two-goal lead as early as the 12th minute, only for Dijon to pull it back to 2-2 with just under an hour remaining. But with the minutes ticking away, midfielder Alou Diarra sealed all three points to take L'OM up to ninth in Ligue 1.


Borussia Dortmund

Stuttgart 1-1 Borussia Dortmund
Saturday, October 29

Borussia Dortmund clawed their way back from a goal down to claim a hard-earned point in Stuttgart on Saturday. Serdar Tasci had put the hosts ahead midway through the opening period, but Lukasz Piszczek equalised in first-half stoppage-time to earn Dortmund a share of the spoils.

Olympiacos FC

Olympiacos 2-2 OFI
Saturday, October 29

Olympiacos surrendered a two-goal lead to take home a point from their home clash against OFI on Saturday. Rafik Djebbour and Kevin Mirallas had put the hosts in charge with just half an hour of the game remaining, but two goals in the space of four minutes secured OFI a draw against the Greek champions.

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31 Oct 2011