|Poland 1-1P Portugal||Wales vs Belgium||Germany vs Italy||France vs Iceland|
|Quarterfinal 1 - Jun 30 3pm||Quarterfinal 2 - Jul 1 3pm||Quarterfinal 3 - Jun 2 3pm||Quarterfinal 4 - Jul 3 3pm|
Several clubs could win tickets to the Last 16 of Europe’s biggest international club competition this week among which FC Porto, Manchester United and Barcelona.
Arsenal have to recover from last weekend’s uninspiring performance against Manchester United. The Gunners lost Group B’s lead to Schalke 04 on Matchday 3. With nine maximum points, Malaga have one foot in the next round of the UEFA Champons League.
However, Milan are experiencing a revival. Fresh from their huge win over Chievo in the Serie A, the Rossoneri will be looking to minimize the five-point gap which currently keeps them second behind Malaga. Real Madrid will battle Borussia Dortmund to regain the top spot in Group D while Manchester City will try to avoid an early exit when they host Ajax.
On Wednesday, there will be eight more games with Juventus expect to react after losing their unbeaten record of 49 games to Internazionale in the Serie A last Saturday. BATE from Belarus are the leaders in Group F above Bayern Munich, Valencia. All three teams have six points.
Barcelona nearly failed to win the last time they played Celtic. In Scotland, Tito Vilanova’s men will try snatch a straightforward victory. The big game in Group H will be between Sporting Braga and Manchester United. The Portuguese contenders are yet to lose to an English club on home soil. The Red Devils will be hoping to spoil Braga’s good record.
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