For our Benfica vs. Club Brugge prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.
Benfica are looking to finalise the job after a first-leg win in Belgium as they face Club Brugge in their Champions League last 16 second leg on Tuesday night.
Benfica enter this game having secured a comfortable 2-0 first leg lead in Belgium last time out and now stand as overwhelming favourites to progress to a second consecutive Champions League quarterfinals.
Even without former star man Enzo Fernandes, many people have Benfica penned as one of the tournaments dark horses have passed every test in this year's competition with flying colours.
After topping a group containing PSG and Juventus, Benfica look as though they're going to progress from this round comfortably and will likely face another big gun in the coming round.
They enter this game amidst a strong run of form having won each of their last four consecutive matches.
On home soil their form is impervious with Roger Schmidt's side not losing a single competitive home game all season.
The Portuguese side have been watertight defensively in recent weeks having conceded just once in their last four games.
Breakout World Cup striker Gonzalo Ramos has three goals in his last three games, so Schmidt will be hoping he can continue his form and help finalise the job on Tuesday night.
There's little reason to doubt Benfica here and in all likelihood they'll make the Champions League quarterfinals without so much as a wobble.
Scott Parker's time at Club Brugge has been nothing short of a nightmare thus far.
Since taking the reigns in Belgium, Parker's side have won two, drawn six and lost three of his eleven games in charge, a record well short of what is expected at that club.
Things appear to be going from bad to worse, too, as they enter this game off the back of a 3-0 spanking by 16th place KV Oostende at the weekend.
Their away record is not particularly encouraging as they prepare for what will likely be their toughest away game of the season having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five matches on the road.
They've not been particularly convincing at the back of late, either, having conceded eight goals in their last five matches while keeping just one clean sheet.
Scott Parker admitted after Friday's defeat that he could be sacked in the year future, and this game could act as a referendum for his future. He is likely not expected to progress from this tie but unless his team put up a good showing his time in Belgium could be up.