UEFA Champions League Quarter Final Second Leg Round-Up:
|Striker Lionel Messi slots home his 1st penalty of the night to open the scoring against Milan.|
|Good, but not good enough: Nocerino equalises for Milan against Barcelona in the 32nd minute.|
|Messi scores his 2nd penalty to make it 2-1 to Barcelona against Milan in the 42nd minute, for his 14th goal of the competition.|
|Olic puts Bayern Munich 2-0 ahead against Marseille in the 37th minute.|
|Bring on Real Madrid: Bayern Munich fans celebrate the 2-0 win against Marseille in the quarter-finals.|
|Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard scores his 14th goal of the season in all competitions against Benfica in the 21st minute.|
|A glimmer of Benfica hope: Javi Garcia heads the ball past Petr Cech to make it 1-1 in the 85th minute.|
|Midfielder Raul Meireles scores for Chelsea in the 89th minute, to put Chelsea through to the semi-finals of the CL.|
|Midfielder Cristiano Ronaldo scores for Real Madrid against APOEL to make it 1-0.|
|Midfielder Kaka celebrates scoring his goal against APOEL in the 37th minute.|
|Jose Callejon celebrates scoring for Madrid in the 84th minute to make it 5-2.|
Tottenham want to put pressure on 3rd placed Arsenal for the coveted Champions League spot and need to beat Sunderland to do this. It will not be an easy match against Martin O'Neil's men.
Fulham will expect to beat 16th placed Bolton, with the attacking flair of Clint Dempsey, John Arne Riise and Pavel Pogrebnyak.
Chelsea will be without John Terry, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole, but Juan Mata, Daniel Sturridge and Didier Drogba should still be able to cause a lot of problems for Wigan, and have a comfortable win. Can Fernando Torres score again?
Liverpool have had a very poor run of form, losing to Wigan, Newcastle and QPR in their last 4 matches. They find themselves in 8th place, BEHIND rivals Everton in 7th.
They will be desperate to get back to winning ways, with a win against 15th place Aston Villa. They cannot underestimate Villa though...
FACT: Liverpool have only lost twice at home this season.
7th placed Everton go to Carrow Road against an under-rated 12th placed Norwich side.
Norwich's home form has been decent against a strong Everton side who need a win to stay 7th place.
Drenthe, Pienaar and Jelavic will be dangerous for Norwich and will surely prove too much to handle.
14th vs 18th place at The Hawthorns.
Peter Odemwingie and a decent WBA defence should be enough to see off Blackburn, but if Junior Holiett and Yakubu have a good partnership, Blackburn could move out of the bottom three with an away win.
If results go their way and they win, United will go 8 points clear of 2nd placed rivals City with 6 matches to play.
Captain Robin Van Persie at the forefront for The Gunners.
Expect an interesting match, City could win but do not be surprised if Arsenal win (as they are at home and are chasing 3rd place).