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It should be another exciting night as four of the eight groups in the competition draw to close.
In all four of these groups though, eight teams have already qualified for the knockout stages and this round of fixtures is all about who can come out on top and which of the clubs in third and fourth can reach the Europa League.
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Paris Saint Germain take on Porto and the winner knows that they will top the group in this one. Both teams have already reached the last sixteen of course, but finishing on top spot can be a big advantage.
PSG have a 100% record on home soil in the tournament, but Porto have not been beaten yet, so this should be a cracker. Domestically PSG are under heavy pressure, especially under fire boss Carlo Ancelotti following a poor set of results in Ligue 1, the latest being a 2-1 loss to mid table Nice.
With rumours Mourinho will leave Real at the end of season, there are already some reports suggesting that the ‘Special’ one will take over the hotseat at the Parc Des Princes as they prepare for the game.
Once again the Portuguese side will base their play around midfielder Joao Moutinho, as Vitor Pereira welcomes back players who were rested in their game with Braga on the weekend.
Having already beaten PSG at home in the competition, Porto could well provide the shock of the night at a healthy price of 12/5.
Dynamo Kiev travel to Dinamo Zagreb as well and the away side know that they are guaranteed a place in the Europa League, so there is not much to play for in this one.
Schalke make the journey to Montpellier and know that a victory will ensure they finish top of Group B. If they don’t manage a victory though, then they will be waiting to see if Arsenal have beaten Olympiakos.
Real Madrid host Ajax at the Bernabeu and it is the away team who have more to play for as they need a result here to reach the Europa League if Manchester City manage a win in Borussia Dortmund. Rumours are abound that Jose Mourinho could leave in the summer after a string of off field incidents, and with the Spanish side already qualified in second place there could be changes to the side.
Frank De Boer’s Ajax have plenty riding on the result of the game, and with Europa League qualification at stake the Eredivisie champions look well worth a punt at a massive price of 9/1,
AC Milan are at home to Zenit St Petersburg as well on Tuesday evening, with the visitor’s knowing the same or a better result that Anderlecht manage at Malaga will mean they qualify for Europe’s second club competition.
Both Milan and Malaga have reached the final sixteen and will be desperate to take all three points in this one to finish the group campaign on a big high.
It should be a cracking night of action with plenty still to play for.