We move onto Wednesday's fixtures which sees the most enticing tie of the draw, as Real Madrid host Manchester City. This tie grabs the eye for a variety of reasons, but none more so than the fact we will see two European giants with two of the best teams around clash in a knockout phase.
City come into the game knowing they won't see any European football next year and will soon concede the Premier League title to Liverpool, which will most likely mean all eggs in this Champions League basket. At the same time, Zinedine Zidane is tough to beat in this competition, as he boasts the joint-most Champions League medals as a manager - something he achieved in just three consecutive seasons.
However, this tie sees Pep Guardiola face Madrid once again. The City boss beat Los Blancos six times in El Clasico fixtures, including three wins at the Bernabeu. In fact, the Spaniard has lost just once at the home of Madrid - a 1-0 defeat as Bayern Munich's boss in 2014.
When you consider Guardiola's dominance over Spanish sides and City's desperation to win this title, it is clear to see why they are 11/8 to win at the Bernabeu. The home side, however, are 9/5 to beat the Premier League champions in Spain.