UEFA Champions League is set to resume tonight with two quarterfinals matches lined up. Two Premier League sides Tottenham and Manchester City are set to face each other while Liverpool plays hosts to Portuguese outfit Porto FC.
Spurs vs Manchester City
City will travel to Spurs in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to play hosts Spurs who are sweating on the fitness of forward Fernando Llorente. The north London side hasn't been in action since last week, where they faced Crystal Palace, so the north London side should be well rested for this one. However, Mauricio Pochetinno's side will be without the services of Eric Dier, Serge Aurier and Erik Lamela are ruled out.
Pep Guardiola will miss the services of Oleksandr Zinchenko and Fabian Delph who are sidelined with injuries and this means he could use Aymeric Laporte at left-back. Sergio Aguero and Kyle Walker are all doubtful for the clash while goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is ruled despite returning to training.
Spurs: Eric Dier, Serge Aurier, Erik Lamela (Out), Fernando Llorente(Doutbful).
City: Oleksandr Zinchenko, Fabian Delph, Claudio Bravo(Out), Sergio Aguero, Kyle Walker(Doubtful).
Liverpool vs Porto
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain and Joe Gomez are both closing in on first-team returns following long-term injuries but will not be involved in tonight's match. Andrew Robertson is suspended for the home clash and this means James Milner may have to adapt to left-back to cover for his absence.
The visitors will miss the services of Pepe and Hector Herrera who are suspended while Danilo, Otavio and Eder Militao are one booking away from missing the return leg.
Vincent Aboubakar will not be available for selection tonight while Alex Telles is a doubt having picked out a hip injury which saw him miss weekend's clash.
Liverpool: Alex Oxlade Chamberlain and Joe Gomez(Doubtful), Andrew Robertson (Suspended)
Porto: Pepe, Hector Herrera(Suspended), Vincent Aboubakar(Injured), Alex Telles(Doubtful).