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The Champions League continues – here’s what you need to know

On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Champions League will continue. Both days will feature 2-2 matches in the most prestigious cup competition with huge stakes. The aim is for teams to reach the last 8. Let’s see what’s in store for the days ahead!

Real Sociedad-PSG

The French side won 2-0 in Paris, so the tie is probably set. The Basque side would need a miracle to progress, and their form is also reflected in the fact that they have won only 1 of their last 9 games, scoring 5 times.

The French side only drew with rivals Monaco on Friday, but still have a sizeable lead in Ligue 1. According to the best bookmakers‘ odds, the match is already decided, but the return leg is not yet. 20bet, for example, sees the second leg as a three-way tie.

Bayern Munich-Lazio

Probably the most anticipated rematch of the 8 matches. The Bavarians lost 1-0 in Rome, and lost Dayot Upamecano as well. Tuchel’s side are not doing well in the league either, drawing at home to Freiburg on Friday.

The same, of course, is very true of Lazio, who have lost three of their last four league games. Maurizio Sarri’s job at Roma is also reportedly in jeopardy, and a knockout could seal the coach’s fate.

The odds at 20bet suggest a straight home win, as the tie is still in the Germans’ favour despite the deficit. However, we think this could be a close 90 (120?) minutes.

Manchester City-Köbenhavn

After 1-3 in Denmark, we’re essentially talking about a runaway tie. The only real question is how many goals the Haalands can score this time, with a super-match against Liverpool a few days after the game. We see a chance that Guardiola will make a reserve.

The bookies‘ odds suggest a handicap City win, with Köbenhavn making things difficult for the English side at best.

Real Madrid-Leipzig

Despite Real’s one-goal win in Leipzig, we can’t say it’s a done deal. The German outfit are in good form, scoring four in Bochum at the weekend, while Real Madrid dropped two points in Valencia. While Carlo Ancelotti’s side are unlikely to be champions, their form is not perfect, having won just three of their last six games.

The difference between the sides didn’t really come to the fore in Leipzig, and a brave German game could spring a surprise. So we think it is even worth considering Leipzig to go through, at odds of more than 7!

The Champions League continues – here’s what you need to know

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The Champions League continues – here’s what you need to know

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