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On Wednesday at 9 p.m., Man United welcomes Barcelona to Old Trafford, while Juve travel to face Ajax Amsterdam in the Johan Cruyff Arena. Then on Thursday at 9 p.m., Arsenal takes on Italian giant SSC Napoli at the Emirates stadium!

Can the Red Devils stop Lionel Messi at Old Trafford?

Manchester United (@3.70) – against all odds – pulled off a spectacular comeback against PSG in the last round, thanks to Marcus Rashford’s last minute penalty. Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s men have, however, lost three out of four games in all competitions since then. Paul Pogba is free to play after missing the win in Paris through suspension, whilst Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera are likely to feature, having recovered from their respective injuries. Barcelona (@2.01) will be fully focused for the two-legged tie after their 2-0 win against Atlético Madrid all but wrapped up another La Liga title last weekend. The two traditional powerhouses of European football haven't faced each other in a competitive game since the Champions League 2011 final, when Lionel Messi inspired the Catalan side to a 3-1 win.

  • Lionel Messi has scored 13 goals and set up another four in his last 10 games
  • Manchester United's record in two-legged ties against Spanish clubs: 6 won, 8 lost

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Who will come out on top between two of the European Cup's most famous names?

After memorably dumping out defending champions Real Madrid in the last round, Ajax’s (@3.35) prize is another mouth-watering draw against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus (@2.24) side. Both teams pulled off dramatic second-leg comebacks in the round of 16 to reach the last eight. Ajax beat Real Madrid 5-3 on aggregate after hammering the champions 4-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, and Juve edged Atlético Madrid 3-2 after losing the first leg 2-0. Both teams come into this fixture with impressive domestic records, as Ajax and Juventus are on course to win their respective leagues. Can the Eredivisie outfit pull off another shock by winning the quarter-final first leg or will Ronaldo get a chance to win a sixth Champions League winners' medal?

  • Juve are unbeaten in each of their last nine European matches against Ajax
  • Ajax have not won any of their last six home UEFA Champions League knockout phase matches (3 draws, 3 losses)

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Will Europa League specialist Emery find a way past SSC Napoli?

The most exciting tie in the Europa League this week sees two heavyweights go head to head as Arsenal (@2.37) welcomes Napoli (@2.95) to the Emirates. The Gunners lost to Everton at the weekend, and now face an intense battle for a top four spot in the Premier League. Head coach Unai Emery is the most successful coach in the Europa League, with three successes in recent years with Sevilla. Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli side eased to a 5-1 aggregate win over Zürich in the round of 32 before taking a narrow aggregate success of 4-3 over Salzburg in the round of sixteen. Arsenal, meanwhile, claimed 3-0 second-leg home wins to eliminate BATE Borisov and Rennes after it had lost both first legs.

  • No draw has been registered in the Gunners’ last six outings
  • Napoli have taken just two wins in their last nine European away games (D2 L5)

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