Chelsea vs. Porto (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Goals from Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell propelled the Blues to a comfortable 2-0 win in the first meeting, and once again, the Portuguese champions have been left with a mountain to climb to salvage their European season.
We say: Chelsea 2-1 Porto
The FA Cup and Premier League may be playing on Chelsea's minds slightly, given that they have more or less completed the job in this tie, but Tuchel will not let a hint of complacency creep in. Porto are in good form domestically, but overturning a 2-0 deficit is surely too much of a climb for the 'visitors', so we are backing the Blues to march into the semi-finals with a second-leg triumph, albeit without a clean sheet.
PSG vs. Bayern (Tuesday, 8.00pm)
Staring down the barrel of elimination in the Champions League, holders Bayern Munich will endeavour to overturn a 3-2 deficit from the first leg of their quarter-final with Paris Saint-Germain when they do battle in the French capital on Tuesday.
An enthralling five-goal encounter at the Allianz Arena ended with Mauricio Pochettino's side claiming a slender lead at half time in the tie, and the two continental giants head into the game following differing fortunes in their domestic title defences.
PSG's weakened team cruised past Strasbourg 4-1 on Saturday, whereas a much-changed Bayern side could only muster a point from their clash with Union Berlin in a 1-1 draw.
We say: Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Bayern Munich
Neither PSG nor Bayern will be able to field their strongest XIs in the French capital, but with some of the game's brightest talents on show - all equally hungry for continental success - fans and neutrals alike should prepare for yet another mesmerising encounter between the champions and the challengers.
Any foe who dares to enter Mbappe's playground must ensure that their rearguard is admirably marshalled, but the other end of the pitch is where Bayern's problems may lie in the absence of Lewandowski, so while we expect another close affair, PSG should have the guile required to overcome Flick's injury-hit squad and ensure that the crown will be in new hands on May 29.