Champions League Tuesday Preview

The Champions League returns on Tuesday with first of the first quarter-finals with Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City all in action.

Champions League favourites City continue their quest for the Quadruple, but a big part of that is the European title and they will have to beat at least one Premier League side to do it – with Spurs in their way.

The match will be the second game to take place at Tottenham’s new White Hart Lane Stadium and they will be looking to make sure they don’t lose at such an early stage.

Last season’s beaten finalists will be hopeful of progression as they host Porto at Anfield.

We run through every game including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray, our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and BoyleSports’ Lawrence Lyons.

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Liverpool 20:00 FC Porto

TEAM NEWS: Dutch duo Virgil Van Dijk and Gino Wijnaldum are both expected to be fit, but Adam Lallana joins Joe Gomez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the sidelines. Andy Robertson is suspended.

Pepe and Hector Herrera are both suspended for Porto, whilst Alex Telles is a major doubt.
KEY FACT: Liverpool have lost just once at Anfield all season
MATCH ODDS: Liverpool 3/10 Draw 9/2 Porto 10/1
BoyleSports pick: Liverpool to win & Both Teams To Score 21/10
ANDY SAYS: Don’t see Liverpool having too many problems…3-1
GRAEME SAYS: Liverpool will put this match beyond Porto in the first-leg…3-0
Football Index – One to follow: Mo Salah – Is back to form and that still means some value left

Tottenham Hotspur 20:00 Manchester City
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

TEAM NEWS: City will have their top-scorer Sergio Aguero available, whilst Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy should also start.

Tottenham go into the game without Eric Dier, Erik Lamela and Serge Aurier, but Fernando Llorente should be available again.
KEY FACT: Tottenham’s first European game in their new home
MATCH ODDS: Spurs 10/3 Draw 13/5 Man City 20/23
BoyleSports pick: Harry Kane to score first 9/2
ANDY SAYS: Has to be a City win here for me, I would clearly like Spurs to win but can’t see it…1-3
GRAEME SAYS: I wonder if Spurs can hold City to a draw here, and I think they might…1-1
Football Index – One to follow: Harry Kane – The England captain needs to step up for Spurs

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