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What’s going to happen in the Champions League this week?

Barcelona and Juventus set to cruise through to semi-final stage

By Wednesday night, the Champions League field will have been reduced to four teams, with the quarter final second leg matches being played in France, Spain and Germany.

So what’s going to happen and which teams are going through to the last four?

Barcelona will give PSG another stuffing
It should be plain sailing for Luis Enrique’s team, having won 3-1 at the Parc des Princes last week and it could be a similar scoreline on Tuesday.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is back to play against his former club although Barca can see plenty of the ball at the Nou Camp and that spells trouble for a PSG side who are left chasing the tie after the first leg encounter.

TIP: Barcelona HT FT @ evens with BetVictor

Bayern will beat Porto and go through
The plaudits were deservedly going to the Portuguese side after their 3-1 win last week although that away goal will have been nagging away following the final whistle.

Bastian Schweinsteiger and Franck Ribery should be back for this match and Bayern’s demolition of Shakhtar in the last round illustrates that the Allianz Arena could be a horrible place to visit for Porto.

TIP: Bayern to qualify @ 21/20 with Boylesports

Juventus won’t only qualify against Monaco – they’ll win again
Monaco weren’t able to get an away goal in Turin and it’s to their detriment as they look to overcome a 1-0 deficit against a Juventus side who are among the best teams in Europe.

Juve have been seriously impressive in Europe this season and they can expose a Monaco side whose first instinct isn’t to come forward and attack opponents. The last four games have yielded just two goals.

TIP: Juventus to win @ 7/5 with Sky Bet

A fight to the death in the Madrid derby
How to split Real and Atletico? It’s hard to fancy the European champions considering they have failed to beat their city rivals at seven attempts this season.

However, we can bank on another low-scoring contest during the ninety minutes as Diego Simeone’s side look to keep things tight and sneak one from a set piece, while Real will have to be wary of conceding an away goal.

TIP: Under 2.5 Goals @ 10/11 with Sky Bet

Back all four tips in an accumulator @ 16/1 with Ladbrokes.

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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