The Champions League quarter-final line-up will be decided over the next two weeks as the last-16 second legs take place.
With several of the ties seemingly already won after the first legs, there are still a handful of fascinating matches as each side looks to progress further towards Lisbon's final in May.
The likes of Real Madrid, PSG and Borussia Dortmund would need to collapse spectacularly to not see themselves through to the last eight.
But Chelsea and Galatasaray's tie is very much in the balance, and Atletico Madrid will hope to capitalise on a one-goal lead from their first leg against AC Milan.
Read on for full predictions and streaming info as well as a further look at some of the more intriguing matches.
|Last 16 Champions League 2nd leg fixtures|
|Date||Fixture||Result in 1st leg||Live Stream||Prediction|
|11 March||Bayern Munich vs Arsenal||Arsenal 0-2 Bayern||ITV Player app||2-1|
|11 March||Atletico Madrid vs AC Milan||Milan 0-1 Madrid||Sky Go app||1-0|
|12 March||Barcelona vs Manchester City||Man City 0-2 Barcelona||Sky Go app||1-1|
|12 March||PSG vs Bayer Leverkusen||Leverkusen 0-4 PSG||Sky Go app||2-0|
|18 March||Chelsea vs Galatasaray||Galatasaray 1-1 Chelsea||ITV Player app||1-0|
|18 March||Real Madrid vs Schalke||Schalke 1-6 Real||Sky Go app||3-1|
|19 March||Borussia Dortmund vs Zenit St Petersburg||Zenit 2-4 Dortmund||Sky Go app||2-0|
|19 March||Manchester United vs Olympiakos||Olympiakos 2-0 Man Utd||Sky Go app||3-0|
Cheslea vs. Galatasaray
Chelsea will be confident that they can go on to win this having picked up an away goal in the 1-1 first leg draw in Turkey.
Despite this, the Blues would do well not to underestimate their opponents. The first goal will be vital and if it goes to Roberto Mancini's side it could be a nervy evening at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea currently have a seven-point advantage at the top of the Premier League while Galatasaray sit second in their domestic league, three points behind leaders Fenerbahce.
With a win likely needed, Chelsea will again look to the talismanic Eden Hazard to inspire them to victory.
The likes of Gary Cahill will be vital in defence as Chelsea can book themselves a place in the quarter-finals if they keep a clean sheet.
However, they will have to cope with Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, who returns to Stamford Bridge for the first time since leaving the club in 2012.
Prediction: Chelsea to see themselves through with a narrow 1-0 win.
Barcelona vs. Manchester City
Both sides come into this game on the back of poor losses at the weekend and will be looking to make amends at the Camp Nou.
Barcelona lost 1-0 away in La Liga to relegation candidates Real Valladolid, while City were knocked out of the FA Cup in a 2-1 home defeat to Championship side Wigan.
The Catalan giants certainly go into the tie as favourites to progress after winning the first leg 2-0.
But if the Sky Blues can keep it tight at the back they have the fire-power to achieve a turnaround with the likes of Sergio Aguero in the side.
It would be one of the best comebacks in Champions League history if City were to win but Barcelona will have faith in their ability to see the tie out and proceed to the next round.
Prediction: Barcelona may be in a bad patch of form but expect them to have enough to play out a 1-1 draw to win the tie.
Manchester United vs. Olympiacos
David Moyes' men were absolutely atrocious in their first leg loss in Greece last month and deservedly lost 2-0.
They are on the verge of being knocked out by possibly the weakest team left in the competition, but their recent performance against West Brom should breed confidence.
A very comfortable 3-0 win at the Hawthorns was a vast improvement on much of United's play so far this season.
Add to that the fact that Olympiacos have played poorly in their games since the first leg and there is a chance of a classic night at Old Trafford.
Wayne Rooney will be the key man. If he can control things going forward, the Red Devils are in with a chance of pulling off a vintage United comeback.
Prediction: United to claim the 3-0 win they need to progress to the quarter-final stage.
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