UCL Magazine - Sheringham and Toure recount final triumphsSep 23
Champions League quarter-finals: Live streams, highlights and how to watch every second-leg clash exclusively on BT Sport
We find out whether Liverpool and Manchester City are to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League.
The second week of the Champions League quarter-finals is in full swing with Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain the first two sides to confirm their places in the final four. Now Real Madrid, Man City, Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool do battle to see who joins them in the semi-finals.
Read on, or jump to the game of your choice, for live stream information, highlights and previews of every quarter-final second leg exclusively live on BT Sport.
Tuesday 13 April
Chelsea 0-1 Porto (Agg 2-1)
Paris Saint-Germain 0-1 Bayern Munich (Agg 3-3)
Wednesday 14 April
Liverpool v Real Madrid (Agg 1-3)
Borussia Dortmund v Man City (Agg 1-2)
Chelsea advanced to a first Champions League semi-final since 2014 after seeing off Porto 2-1 on aggregate despite a 1-0 defeat on the night.
With a 2-0 advantage from the 'away' leg in Seville, Chelsea were back at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan six days later to contest what was regarded as their home leg.
Thomas Tuchel's men acquitted themselves well and produced a largely professional performance before Mehdi Taremi's remarkable overhead kick broke the deadlock late on for Porto.
Yet it was too little, too late for the Portuguese visitors and Chelsea seal a spot in the semi-finals where they await the winner of Real Madrid and Liverpool's quarter-final.
Paris Saint-Germain 0-1 Bayern Munich (Agg 3-3)
Paris St Germain knocked holders Bayern Munich out of the Champions League on away goals despite losing the second leg of their quarter-final 1-0 at Parc des Princes.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men had edged a thrilling first-leg clash 3-2 in Munich, and saw Neymar denied by the woodwork twice before Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting bundled the Germans in front on the night with a close-range header just before half-time.
Bayern, though, could not find another away goal as the Ligue 1 side, who had Mbappe’s late effort ruled out for offside, progressed to the semi-finals.
Liverpool v Real Madrid (Agg 1-3), 7pm (KO 8pm) on BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate
Liverpool's season hangs on a thread as they prepare to welcome the most successful team in the competition's history to Anfield on Wednesday night.
Real Madrid were by far the better side in the less glamorous setting of the Estadio Alfredo di Stefano training ground last week and could have finished the tie off but for some poor final balls on the counter-attack.
Even without talismanic captain Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane, Madrid were able to keep their opponents at bay thanks to a solid defensive performance by Nacho and Eder Militao in Valdebebas.
And up front Vinicius Junior, in probably his best performance as a Real player, scored twice either side of Marco Asensio's effort to earn an impressive 3-1 victory.
Yet while Real do take a healthy lead to Merseyside, Liverpool will take heart from a Mohamed Salah away goal that gives them a fighting chance of progressing.
The Reds are a side well-versed in Champions League comebacks and even as they contend with a host of injuries, particularly in defence, they'll secretly maintain hope of making the semis.
This time Jurgen Klopp's men will need to summon the Anfield spirit on European nights without supporters and hope Zinedine Zidane's men will show some weariness following their exploits in the weekend's El Clasico.
If any team can do it, Liverpool can.
Borussia Dortmund v Man City (Agg 1-2), 7.15pm (KO 8pm) on BT Sport 3 HD
The quadruple dream is alive and well as Manchester City continue their quest for a maiden European Cup in Wednesday's quarter-final second leg in Dortmund.
City took a small step towards a first Champions League semi-final since 2016 with a 2-1 victory at the Etihad thanks to Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden strikes either side of Marco Reus' effort for the visitors.
Yet Pep Guardiola will be wary of a tie that hangs on a knife edge, particularly given the Spaniard's recent record of failure in the European knockout stages.
Despite recent poor form in the Bundesliga, Dortmund acquitted themselves very well against the Premier League's runaway leaders and were unfortunate not to have taken a 2-2 draw back to Germany.
Jude Bellingham had the ball in the net but was adjudged, extremely harshly, to have fouled Ederson before scoring - a decision which left the football world baffled.
Now Bellingham, Erling Haaland and co will hope for more luck this time around as they prepare to welcome City to Signal Iduna Park knowing that a 1-0 lead would see them through to the semi-finals.
Will City finish the job or will Pep's Champions League curse strike again? There's only one place to find out!