What Champions League matches are played today, Tuesday, March 7, and where to watch on TV?
Tonight the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 begins with two high-level matches
We will meet the first classified for the quarterfinals of the Champions League tonight. The second legs of the round of 16 will be played starting today with two high-level duels.
Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund will face each other. on the one hand while Benfica and Bruges, on the other. The ticket for the quarterfinals is now available. at stake.
Chelsea – Borussia Dortmund
Stamford Bridge will host the match. the most attractive game a priori of today's day. The German team arrives in London with a slight advantage after winning the first leg 1-0 thanks to a goal from Adeyemi. Precisely this one will not be able to do it. He will not play today due to being out injured. Borussia Dortmund will not be able to play either. He was able to count on Moukoko, Malen, Kobel and Ryerson, who accompany Adeyemi in the German infirmary.
On the other hand, the 'blues' will try to overcome the adverse result of the first leg without Thiago Silva, Azpilicueta, Mendy, Pulisic, Mount, Reece James and Broja. However, more than the injuries, in London there is concern about the team's lack of goals after the succession of signings they have made in the winter window.
The match at Stamford Bridge promises a duel high level of a tie that is currently being played. fully open.
Benfica – Bruges
Different is the panorama of the second eliminatory one that will be resolved in the next round. tonight. Benfica won 2-0 in Bruges (with goals from João Mário and Neres ) and put the game on track. the tie to be resolved today at the Estadio da Luz.
The Portuguese team comes into the match in excellent shape. They dominate the Portuguese league with eight points ahead of second place (Porto) and their role in the Champions League so far has been brilliant. However, Benfica will not be able to play. They cannot count on Draxler or Ristic, casualties for today's game.
On the other hand, Brugge is in free fall . They currently occupy fourth position in the Belgian league and are 19 points behind the leader (Genk). Tonight they will try to overcome the two goals that they conceded at home in the first leg of the tie against Benfica. An authentic feat seeing the state of form of both teams. Also, neither Olsen nor Hendry will be able to help the team tonight, as they are out due to injury.
Schedules and dates Where to watch the matches on TV
Both matches today will be played at 9:00 p.m.. The two matches can be seen on live television through the channel Champions League and Champions League 2 of Movistar +.< /strong>