Champions League Live Streaming Schedule : Bayern Munich v Juventus, PSG v Barcelona as punters look to watch online

Its Bayern Munich v Juventus, PSG v Barcelona tonight as Bet365 release live streaming & Champions League odds as punters look forward to two nights of high quality of European football.

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The Champions League returns this week with the quarter-final first legs taking place and one of the pick of the ties sees Bayern Munich entertain Juventus at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday evening.

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These two sides look like winning their respective leagues this campaign, with Bayern a massive 20 points clear in the Bundesliga and Juve having a nine point advantage on their rivals in Serie A.

In the Champions League this campaign, they have each been impressive, albeit by playing different styles of football.

Looking at Bayern to begin with, they pride themselves on a fast-flowing, attacking style of play and are sure to come out and play at a quick tempo on Tuesday night.

With the home fans behind them, the German giants know just how important this one is and that a win is needed, but also that not conceding is vital as away goals make all the difference at this stage.

In the previous round, Bayern tore Arsenal apart in the first leg in London, winning 3-1. However, they didn’t quite know how to go about their game in the second leg and lost 2-0, so had the away goals rule to thank for their place in the final eight.

One man they really missed in that match was Bastian Schweinsteiger as he was suspended, but he is ready for action this time out and available at 4/1 to score anytime.

At the moment, the home side are the 4/6 favourites to come out on top and that is no surprise given the form they are in.

Bayern come into this one on the back of a 9-2 win in the Bundesliga and although we are likely to see different players in action this time out, confidence in the squad should still be sky high.

As for Juventus, they are sure to come to Munich with a game-plan and will look to keep Bayern at bay for the 90 minutes.

The Italian champions are sure to play counter attacking football and look to take a 1-0 lead back to Turin with them. If they manage that, then they would have one foot in the semi-finals.

With players such as Andrea Pirlo in the side though, Juve aren’t all about defending as they have men capable of providing a moment of magic in front of goal. In truth, whichever one of Pirlo or Schweinsteiger can perform best could have a big say on this match.

Antonio Conte knows that it doesn’t get much tougher than two legs against Bayern Munich, but he must be delighted his men are back in the big time and proving to be one of the best sides in European football.

The away team look to be good value at 39/7 to win this one, especially as they come into it on a four-game winning streak. Three of those four wins have seen Juventus keep a clean sheet as well, which shows you how solid they are at the back.

We are all set for a superb first leg here at the Allianz Arena and the action gets underway from 7.45pm on Tuesday.

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