5️⃣ FIVE midweek fixtures not to miss
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5️⃣ FIVE midweek fixtures not to miss

The Champions League and Europa League is set to continue this week, with a number of key fixtures lined up. 

Europe's second-tier club competition is in the last 16 round, while the Champions League teams will be looking for a ticket in the quarters when they play the second legs. 

Here are some key matches not to miss. 

Chelsea vs Everton (Monday)

The Blues of West London will host their former manager Carlo Ancelotti and Everton in a key fixture in the top-four race. 

Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 11 matches in all competitions, with Thomas Tuchel looking to make Premier League history by becoming the first manager to see his side keep a clean sheet in his first five home games in charge in the Premier League.

Juventus vs Porto (Tuesday)

Juventus suffered a shock 2-1 defeat at the hands of Porto in the first leg of their last 16 Champions League match and will be eager to revenge and take their place in the last eight. 

Cristiano Ronaldo was rested over the weekend as they won 3-1 against Lazio, and is expected to lead them to glory. 

Can Porto hold on to their lead and stun the Italian giants?

PSG vs Barcelona (Wednesday)

The Parisians breezed past Ronald Koeman's side in the first leg at the Camp Nou thanks to a Kylian Mbappe hattrick and will be looking at getting the job done. 

Lionel Messi seems to have rediscovered his form, and will most likely be tasked with the difficult assignment of leading them to victory. 

Liverpool vs Leipzig (Wednesday)

The English Premier League defending champions have endured a torrid time as they defend their title, but despite their troubles, managed to beat Leipzig in the opening game. 

They will host the German side, with the match played at the same venue that hosted the first, Puskas Arena in Budapest in Hungary due to travel restrictions. 

Manchester United vs AC Milan (Thursday)

The Europa League draw done last week paired some of the game's most respected clubs, and among them was Ole Gunnar's Man United drawing Italian giants AC Milan, which is arguably the pick of the round. 

Who will come out on top after 180 minutes?

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