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UEFA Champions League Preview: Things To Expect In Tonights Games.

Its another Champions League Matchday and football fans all over the world are anxious to know the outcome of the remaining fixtures of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16.

Manchester City had an easy round against Borussia Monchengladbach Yesterday after defeating them 4-0 in the aggregate. Pep Guardiola City are high flying since the start of this year and have Lost Just once.

Real Madrid on the other hand showed their prowess against Atalanta and qualified outrightly with a 4-1 aggregate scoreline. This was made possible through the help of the returning Sergio Ramos and Karim Benzema.

Today Fixture poses a mouth watering Game as The Blues (Chelsea) will take on Atletico Madrid and Bayern faceoff Lazio after dusting them off in the first Leg.

The much anticipated match will be the Chelsea Vs Atletico Madrid clash. The both side met 2weeks ago in the first leg with Chelsea snatching a hard fought 1-0 victory against Diego Simeone's side. Todays game will be a much bigger test for the blues as they seek to advance past the round of 16 for the first time since 2016. Atletico Madrid will be looking for a come back against Chelsea repeating that fit after They drew against Chelsea in the first Leg in 2014 and came back and won 3-1 in the second leg.

Chelsea on the other hand will be looking to continue their impressive form under new manager Thomas Tuchel and advance to the next round.

Can Atletico Madrid fight and comeback against Chelsea or will Chelsea just maintain their first Leg Lead and advance to the round of 16. This and more awaits you in tonight's Champions League Fixture.

My prediction on this match will be Chelsea 1-1 Atletico Madrid.

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