Here is everything you need to know about tonight’s Champions League games including betting tips and odds.
Benfica Vs Club Brugge
After a convincing 2-0 victory away at Club Brugge in the first leg, Benfica welcomes a familiar opponent at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica stadium.
The Belgian club will need to score three unanswered goals at the largest stadium in Portugal in order to progress to the quarterfinals. The task at hand is enormous and would require a lot from a team that has struggled to find its form.
The Eagles are currently at the summit of the table in their Portuguese league while Brugge are 4th in their domestic league standings.
Benfica have 4 victories and 1 loss in their last five games. Club Brugge, on the other hand, have 1 victory 2 draws and two losses in their last five games.
The Portuguese side will be eager to maximize home ground advantage tonight and seal their qualification for the quarterfinals.
Benfica have never lost in 10 previous home games against Belgian sides in all competitions (W8 D2), winning each of the last six in a row.
Club Brugge have lost five of their seven away games against Portuguese sides in all European competition (W2).
Chelsea Vs Dortmund
The last English club to win the highest echelon of European football will tonight take on Borussia Dortmund at Stamford Bridge.
The battle at hand is not easy for Graham Potter’s men but a victory against Leeds over the weekend should give them confidence.
Currently, at the summit of the Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund are undoubtedly the favorites to progress to the next round tonight as they head into the second leg with a 1-0 advantage from the first leg.
Chelsea have 1 victory, 3 losses, and 1 draw in their last five games while Dortmund have won all their last five games across all competitions.
The Blues are hosting Dortmund for the very first time in the Champions League and will look to revenge their first-leg loss which saw Karim Adeyemi scoring the only goal of the match.
Having won six of their first seven Champions League home games against German sides (D1), Chelsea are now winless in their last two (D1 L1).
Dortmund have lost their last five Champions League away games against English sides, since a 2-1 win at Arsenal in October 2013.