Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich or Roma? Hargreaves selects Champions League victor


Spanish midfielder Pablo Sarabia scored Sevilla's lone goal in the 1-2 loss to Bayern last week.

Sevilla winning by one isn't a insane thought, especially considering the turned the same scoreline on Manchester United in the last round.

'We need to have balance. They aren't relying on Arjen Robben or Franck Ribery being brilliant, Kingsley Coman has had a very good season.

"Sevilla performed magnificently well at Manchester United (in the last 16), so they have performed at big grounds", added the former England worldwide.

What: Bayern Munich will host Sevilla in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals.

Last Saturday, they sealed a sixth straight Bundesliga title after a 4-1 win over Augsburg, during which defender Jerome Boateng suffered a bruised foot. With their star forward Robert Lewandowski rested during that match he'll be hungry to improve upon his already impressive 26 goal haul this season with perhaps a few more during Wednesday's match.

Sevilla's bid to complete an unlikely comeback will be boosted by the return of Ever Banega, who missed the home leg through suspension.

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Vincenzo Montella's charges also come into the second-leg clash after suffering a heavy defeat at Celta de Vigo in La Liga on Saturday.

"The impossible things might become possible if you believe - and I still believe", he Montella.

Bayern possesses a superb home record this season and has not lost in 20 games at the Allianz Arena, a record that is likely to continue on Wednesday.

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Heynckes, now 72, had not worked since 2013, when he led Bayern to the treble of Bundesliga, Champions League and German Cup - and was then replaced by Pep Guardiola.

Both teams to score is priced at 4/5 (1.80), but more appealing in backing goals at both ends and over 2.5 goals at 20/21 (1.95) - the winning selection in the first leg.

"I'm not interested in talk of favorites, I prefer to show it out on the pitch and we must respect all clubs and all aspects of football".