There is everything to play for for both sides in tonight’s Champion’s League clash between Atletico Madrid and PSV Eindhoven.
The first leg in the Netherlands finished goalless, but that won’t be the case tonight. Something has to give. Atletico will be confident their home crowd will give them the edge.
Stefan Savic is still out after an injury in the away leg, but Fernando Torres is back, and they have only lost once in their last 16 home games.
In the night’s other match Manchester City take a sizeable advantage into their home leg against Dynamo Kyiv, the Ukrainians trailing by three goals to one. If City do make it through it will be their first Champion’s League quarter-finals.
But City have been woefully inconsistent this season, and at the weekend dropped two points against Norwich, 14 places below them in the league and fighting to avoid relegation.