Liverpool vs Bayern Munich, Tuesday February 19th, 15:00, Anfield. The Champions League continues with a mouth-watering clash between two of the competition’s most significant clubs, who both have ambitions to lift the trophy in May. Each side will be hugely tough to separate over the two legs.
Schalke 04 vs Manchester City, Wednesday February 20th, 15:00, VELTINS-Arena. Premier League giants and Champions League contenders Manchester City host struggling Bundesliga side Schalke in the Round of 16.
Atletico Madrid vs Juventus, Wednesday February 20th, 15:00, Wanda Metropolitano. Two sides who have reached four of the last five Champions League finals between them meet with both Atletico Madrid and Juventus among the favourites to win the competition.
Club Brugge v Red Bull Salzburg, Thursday February 14th, 15:00, Jan Breydelstadion. Beaten Europa League semi-finalists from last year Red Bull Salzburg will be hoping to go further this time, but have to get past Club Brugge first.
Lazio vs Sevilla, Thursday February 14th, 12:55, Stadio Olimpico. The first leg of the Europa League knockout rounds are played this week with this game in particular being one of the stand out ties, with Serie A’s Lazio playing host to La Liga side Sevilla.
Plzen vs Zagreb, Thursday February 14th, 15:00, Doosan Arena. The first legs of the Europa League first knockout rounds are played this week although there is little to know fanfare over this tie, with Czech League champions Plzen playing hosts to Croatian powerhouse Dinamo Zagreb.
Olympiacos vs Dynamo Kiev, Thursday February 14th, 12:55, Stadio Georgios Karaiskáki. Two sides going well domestically meet in the Europa League and both Olympiacos and Dynamo Kiev will feel they can progress.
Malmo vs Chelsea, Thursday February 14th, 15:00, Swedbank Stadion. Chelsea look to get their season back on track with a morale-boosting Europa League win over Malmo, days after they were routed by Manchester City.