Three out of the remaining five English clubs will play this week; all three will be hosts in their fixtures. Let's take a look at the fixtures awaiting us on Tuesday in the Champions League.
Liverpool FC vs FC Porto
First English team that will play this week in the CL will be Liverpool against the Portuguese side Porto, which they easily dismantled in their first leg 0 - 5. Reds trio; Mane, Firminho and Salah all getting on the scoresheet in the match, that just goes to prove how mighty Liverpool is when attacking.
It's fair to say that the Jurgen Klopp's side has already qualified for the next knockout round and we might see the German resting some of his key men in this match.
But this doesn't change the fact Liverpool are on another level compared to Porto when it comes to quality.
Even thou Liverpool will not be going 100% in this tie; they do have more than enough in their arsenal to snatch a win against Porto yet again.
Also worth mentioning is that the Portuguese side never won against the English outlet in 5 matches they played against each other. Liverpool securing three wins and two ties finished with a draw. Goal difference 12-3 in Liverpool favour.
Liverpool to win 8/15, odds at Ladbrokes
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Paris St. Germain vs Real Madrid
On to the highlight of the day and we find two giants clashing it out at the Parc des Princes, PSG against the current title holders Real Madrid.
In the first leg of this tie at Santiago Bernabeu, it ended 3 - 1 in favour of the reigning champion. But it needs to be said that in spite of this not so promising result with which they head into their next fixture, PSG was first to draw blood, with the goal of Rabiot only crowning the bold and better performance from the French team.
But a late converted penalty by Cristiano Ronaldo switched the tied of this match, with ultimately Real grabbing a win with Ronaldo's second of and Marcelo's goal in the last 10 minutes of the fixture.
As if the first tie result is not enough to battle in the forthcoming tie, the injury of the key man Neymar could not have come at the worst possible time. The Brazilian star will be out of the squad for this match, and the likes of Di Maria, Mbappe and Julian Draxler will have to step up.
But not only that, the BBC trio is getting back in form at just the right time in the season and will be a significant threat for Areola's goal.
Madrid to qualify 1/4, Odds will be enhanced to 10.00 (For new customers only at Ladbrokes)