UEFA Champions League: Who will complete the quarter-final line-up?

The final night of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 action is upon us and the two fixtures could not be better placed.

FC Bayern Munich played out an entertaining 0-0 draw at Anfield in the first leg last month, repelling Liverpool’s dangerous front three.

Sadio Mané had the best chances of the match for Jürgen Klopp’s men but the Senegalese attacker put his first effort wide before Manuel Neuer blocked his low header.

Neuer is set to make his 100th appearances in the competition and has made a series of heroic saves during his time at the club.

The German saved two penalties in the semi-finals in 2012 against Real Madrid at the Bernabéu before helping FC Bayern win the Champions League in 2013 against Borussia Dortmund.

His opposite number tonight [March 13], Alisson Becker, has been a revelation for the Reds, helping the club pursue silverware in England and Europe.

Alisson has conceded just 17 goals in the Premier League this season, keeping 17 clean sheets in a debut campaign to remember.

Virgil Van Dijk returns to the Liverpool squad after the Dutch international was suspended for the first leg.

After signing from Southampton in January 2018, Van Dijk has helped form the best defence in the Premier League and will be tasked with keeping Robert Lewandowski quiet at the Allianz Arena.

Lewandowski is the leading scorer in the Champions League with eight goals and will be hoping to open his account against Liverpool.

In the other fixture, FC Barcelona and Olympique Lyonnais will go head-to-head with the score also locked at 0-0.

Barça had 25 attempts on goal at the Groupama Stadium in the first leg but could not find their way through a stubborn OL defence.

The Catalan club will now have to do the business at the Camp Nou and could have former OL defender Samuel Umtiti in the starting line-up.

Umtiti spent four years at the French side, scoring an incredible goal against Spurs in the UEFA Europa League, before moving to Barça in 2016 where he has won five trophies.

OL are looking for a quarter-final berth for the first time since 2010 and will call upon the likes of top scorer Moussa Dembélé, Memphis Depay and Nabil Fekir.

UEFA Champions League: Who will complete the quarter-final line-up?

The final night of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 action is upon us and the two fixtures could not be better placed.

FC Bayern Munich played out an entertaining 0-0 draw at Anfield in the first leg last month, repelling Liverpool’s dangerous front three.

Sadio Mané had the best chances of the match for Jürgen Klopp’s men but the Senegalese attacker put his first effort wide before Manuel Neuer blocked his low header.

Neuer is set to make his 100th appearances in the competition and has made a series of heroic saves during his time at the club.

The German saved two penalties in the semi-finals in 2012 against Real Madrid at the Bernabéu before helping FC Bayern win the Champions League in 2013 against Borussia Dortmund.

His opposite number tonight [March 13], Alisson Becker, has been a revelation for the Reds, helping the club pursue silverware in England and Europe.

Alisson has conceded just 17 goals in the Premier League this season, keeping 17 clean sheets in a debut campaign to remember.

Virgil Van Dijk returns to the Liverpool squad after the Dutch international was suspended for the first leg.

After signing from Southampton in January 2018, Van Dijk has helped form the best defence in the Premier League and will be tasked with keeping Robert Lewandowski quiet at the Allianz Arena.

Lewandowski is the leading scorer in the Champions League with eight goals and will be hoping to open his account against Liverpool.

In the other fixture, FC Barcelona and Olympique Lyonnais will go head-to-head with the score also locked at 0-0.

Barça had 25 attempts on goal at the Groupama Stadium in the first leg but could not find their way through a stubborn OL defence.

The Catalan club will now have to do the business at the Camp Nou and could have former OL defender Samuel Umtiti in the starting line-up.

Umtiti spent four years at the French side, scoring an incredible goal against Spurs in the UEFA Europa League, before moving to Barça in 2016 where he has won five trophies.

OL are looking for a quarter-final berth for the first time since 2010 and will call upon the likes of top scorer Moussa Dembélé, Memphis Depay and Nabil Fekir.