Bayern Munich will play host to Italian side, Juventus, as the European Champions League enters the quarter finals stage on Tuesday.
Bayern fired a warning signal to their opponents with a 9-2 demolition of Hamburg in the German league recently.
Although this fixture looks tricky, Bayern looks favoured to carry the day.
In France, Paris Saint-Germain will attempt to upset the odds at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday in their clash with red hot favourites, Barcelona.
It is a long time since PSG made it this far in Europe’s top competition, and only a handful of their likely starting line-up in the game have experience of playing in the last eight of the Champions League.
However, they remain on course to win a domestic league and cup double and have momentum on their side just now, so coach Carlo Ancelotti, who arrived at the helm just over a year ago, was optimistic when he spoke on the eve of the game.
On Wednesday, a big performance is expected from Malaga as the Spanish side host Borussia Dortmund in their first ever appearance in the competition.
In last month’s 2-0 second-leg win over Porto, Malaga turned around a tie they were losing by a single goal after the away game and once again showed the good home form that allowed them to top their qualifying group ahead of AC Milan.
A repeat of that splendid display is expected from Malaga.
Also on Wednesday, action ground is Saint Bernabau arena where another tournament favourties, Real Madrid, trade tackles with Turkish side, Galatasaray.
Tuesday April 2
UEFA Champions League
6:45 PM – Bayern vs Juventus
6:45 PM – PSG vs Barcelona
Wednesday April 3
6:45 PM – Malaga vs Borussia Dortmund
6:45 PM – Real Madrid vs Galatasaray
Thursday April 4
UEFA Europa League
7:05 PM – Benfica vs Newcastle
7:05 PM – Chelsea vs Rubin Kazan
7:05 PM – Fenerbahce vs Lazio
7:05 PM – Tottenham vs Basel