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After last night’s Champions League drama, we have two more quarter-finals to get our teeth into tonight on LiveScore.

In a repeat of last season’s final, reigning champions Bayern Munich host Paris Saint-Germain, while Porto’s home clash with Chelsea is being played in Seville.

On top of that, we look ahead to the biggest week in golf as the Masters returns at Augusta National, while we also deliver the first part of our big team-by-team Indian Premier League preview.

Bayern Munich vs PSG (8pm)

Revenge will be on the menu for PSG as they travel to Bayern looking to put last season’s final heartbreak behind them.

But it has not been plain sailing for Mauricio Pochettino since he took over earlier this season and Lille’s 1-0 win at the Parc des Princes on Saturday saw them leapfrog the reigning French champions at the top of Ligue 1.

It’s a different story for Bayern though, having moved seven points clear at the top of the Bundesliga after winning 1-0 at nearest challengers RB Leipzig four days ago.

With Dayot Upamecano already moving from Leipzig to Bavaria this summer, we look at whether Tottenham star Heung-min Son could be set to join him after rumours of a potential deal for the South Korean international circulated in recent days.

Read more: Will Bayern interest tempt Son into leaving Spurs?

Porto vs Chelsea (8pm)

Chelsea travel to Spain to face Porto in Seville desperate to bounce back from Saturday’s shocking 5-2 defeat to West Brom.

While Porto appear to have been the best draw possible for the Blues on paper, their dramatic last-16 victory over Juventus proves the Portuguese will be no pushovers.

Christian Pulisic scored for Chelsea on Saturday but has struggled to nail down a spot in the starting XI
Christian Pulisic scored for Chelsea on Saturday but has struggled to nail down a spot in the starting XI

And there are still plenty of question marks over Thomas Tuchel’s squad — not least over Christian Pulisic, who scored the opener against the Baggies before being taken off at half-time.

The American swapped Borussia Dortmund for Chelsea in a £58million in the summer of 2019 but has struggled to hold down a spot in the side. Today, we’ve examined his case in more detail.

Source: livescore

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