PSG -Barcelona Preview
Adriano has urged Barcelona to learn from their mistakes from the group-stage games with Paris Saint-Germain when they face the French club in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Having defeated Manchester City in the last 16, Barca were pitted against a PSG side that knocked out Chelsea in the previous round and caused the Catalans significant problems in the pools.

PSG, meanwhile, head into the game having won the Coupe de la Ligue by beating Bastia 4-0 on Saturday, and they have been further boosted by Lucas Moura's return from injury

We have enjoyed a superb week, the supporters too, with the wins over Marseille, Saint-Etienne and Bastia. We are in form and we need to continue in this vein."

Porto - Bayern Munich Preview

Philipp Lahm says his Bayern Munich team-mates will cope with their favourites tag in Wednesday's Champions League clash with Porto at the Estadio do Dragao.

The Bundesliga champions travel to Portugal looking to take another important step in their bid for a domestic and continental treble and are heavily fancied to return home with a healthy advantage.
Porto are without the suspended Ivan Marcano and have doubts over striker Jackson Martinez (groin), but Lopetegui is keen to focus on the task at hand.

"We are prepared for this time of the season," explained the former Spain youth coach.

"Playing the quarter-finals of a competition as big as this one is a reward for everyone and the only thing on our mind is dream and ambition.

"There is nothing else to take into the game."

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