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On Wednesday at 9 p.m., Bayern Munich welcomes Liverpool, while Barcelona looks to end Olympique Lyon’s UCL dream. In the Europa League, Inter Milan takes on Eintracht Frankfurt, while Arsenal looks to overturn a deficit against Stade Rennes on Thursday at 9 p.m.!

Who will come out on top between two of Europe’s finest?

Liverpool (@3.40) heads to Germany for its Champions League last-16 tie against Bayern Munich (@2.10) with everything to play for after the sides played out a 0-0 draw in the first leg at Anfield. Confidence will be running high after Bayern’s 6-0 demolition of Wolfsburg, which saw the defending champions return to the Bundesliga summit. The Reds scored four goals against Burnley at the weekend, which will fill them too with confidence ahead of the tough test in Munich. However, Bayern is in fine form at home against English clubs, having won the last four matches – while Liverpool have suffered four successive away UEFA Champions League defeats….

  • Bayern have reached the quarter-finals or better in each of the last seven seasons
  • The Reds are unbeaten in their last seven UEFA Champions League round of 16 matches (W5 D2)

With another tight match expected here, maybe a bet on ‘Overtime: Yes’ @10.00 might be worth a shot here!

Will Messi inspire Barça to victory against Lyon?

With arch rival Real Madrid out, it is a brilliant opportunity for Barcelona (@1.25) to reclaim the throne as Europe's top team - but a goalless first leg against Olympique Lyon (@11.25) means that it must get a result at the Camp Nou to reach the quarter-finals. The Catalan giants have returned to form as they overcame a spirited Sevilla side 4-2, before doing the double over archrival Real Madrid in El Clásico. Barça will be wary of the attacking potential of Lyon, with the likes of Nabil Fekir, Houssem Aouar and Memphis Depay all looking to steal the headlines. An away goal for Lyon would make things very interesting here.

  • The two sides have met on seven occasions in their history, with Lyon failing to win any of them
  • The last 11 second legs at this stage have all ended in wins for Barcelona at home

Double your returns with ‘Barcelona to Win to Nil’ @2.10 here !

Qualification still for grabs at the San Siro!

The second leg Europa League tie between Inter Milan (@2.25) and Eintracht Frankfurt (@3.35) is finely poised after the sides played out a 0-0 draw in Germany last week. Frankfurt has found the net in every away game in the competition this term, and should be able to welcome back key attacker Ante Rebic from injury. The German side is unbeaten in the Europa League this season (7 wins, 2 draws). It’s a huge week for Inter Milan, who are still missing striker Mauro Icardi, with the Milan derby to look forward to after this tie.
‘Eintracht Frankfurt to Score First’ @2.25 look like nice value here!

Huge performance needed for Gunners at the Emirates!

Arsenal (@1.30) will have to go deep to qualify for the quarter finals of the Europa League, after it suffered a surprise 3-1 defeat in last week's first leg against Stade Rennes (@9.75). However, Unai Emery's side bounced back with a crucial win over Manchester United, putting them in pole position to claim a top-four spot in the Premier League. It’s worth noting that the Gunners’ home form has seen them win eight of their last nine in all competitions, in which they have scored at least twice. French club Rennes sits ninth in Ligue 1, but come into this game with only one defeat in their last nine league and cup games.
‘Arsenal to Qualify’ @1.90 might still be worth a shot here!
Midweek Multi Bet: with a full schedule of fixtures going ahead in the Europa League, we have picked out a tasty-looking 4-match multi bet with great value @11.99. Arsenal, Eintracht Frankfurt, Slavia Prague and Benfica all to qualify will return you €120 from a €10 bet.

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