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Full credit to Besiktas for getting out of the Champions League group stage for the first time in their history, but this looks to be where the dream ends.
Bayern have won 19 of their last 20 home matches in Europe, netting 68 times in the process, so should have no problems seeing off their Turkish opponents.
Robert Lewandowski has only found the net three times in this tournament this season, and he will be desperate to get on the scoresheet against a defence that conceded in five of their six group games.
Prediction: Bayern Munich 3-0 Besiktas
Scorer: Robert Lewandowski
It seems that a lot of people are writing Chelsea off without a ball even having been kicked yet. The Blues are having an inconsistent 2018 whilst Barca are top of La Liga, so all signs should point to an away victory.
However, the Spaniards seem to struggle against Chelsea (D5 L2) recently and that tradition could continue here. It should be a close game at Stamford Bridge, but Eden Hazard may prove to be the difference and is a good bet to add to his three goals in the last two matches.
Prediction: Chelsea 2-1 Barcelona
Scorer: Eden Hazard
Sevilla are certainly no pushovers at home, having lost just once at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan since November 2016, but it is hard to see them getting anything here.
Manchester United love to grind out away victories under Jose Mourinho, and there is a very strong chance that the Portuguese will set up to steal a goal on the counter whilst absorbing Sevilla’s attacks.
It will definitely be a close game in Spain, but a very winnable one for United as they continue their search for silverware.
Prediction: Sevilla 0-1 Manchester United
Scorer: Romelu Lukaku
Shakhtar won both head-to-head matches in the group stage of the 2010/11 Champions League, and their home form in this tournament goes in patches of either fantastic or terrible.
Since they have won each of their last four European games when classed as the home team, Shakhtar should be able to claim a narrow victory here – especially considering the fact Roma have won just one of their last 13 away European matches.
However, the Italians are unlikely to have any problems finding the net, as they have done in 18 of their last 21 on the road, including five in the group stages this year.
Prediction: Shakhtar Donetsk 2-1 Roma
Scorer: Cengiz Under