Where to watch the UEFA Champions League Last 16: Dates, Channel, Fixtures, Kick-Off Times

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February marks the return of the UEFA Champions League with eight ties scheduled between February 14 and March 15.

Bookmakers regard Manchester City as the competition favourites with manager Pep Guardiola looking to secure his first win in the tournament since his days at Barcelona.

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Critics of Guardiola's are still quick to bring up the fact he has yet to win the Champions League without Lionel Messi. The Argentine, still on cloud nine after December's World Cup win, is also in with a chance of Champions League glory with Paris Saint-Germain. Les Parisiens are considered second favourites for the competition, but face a difficult Round of 16 tie with Bayern Munich.

Elsewhere in the Round of 16 is a repeat of last year's final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. Jurgen Klopp has lost twice to Los Blancos in UEFA Champions League finals in his tenure.

Potential outsiders for Champions League glory this season are Napoli. The Serie A runaways have been in scintillating form this season. They face last year's Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt.

UEFA Champions League Last 16 Fixtures

14/02/2320:00Paris Saint-Germain vs Bayern Munich
14/02/2320:00AC Milan vs Tottenham Hotspur
15/02/2320:00Club Brugge vs Benfica
15/02/2320:00Borussia Dortmund vs Chelsea
21/02/2320:00Liverpool vs Real Madrid
21/02/2320:00Eintracht Frankfurt vs Napoli
22/02/2320:00RB Leipzig vs Manchester City
22/02/2320:00Inter Milan vs FC Porto
07/03/2320:00Chelsea vs Borussia Dortmund
07/03/2320:00Benfica vs Club Brugge
08/03/2320:00Bayern Munich vs Paris Saint-Germain
08/03/2320:00Tottenham Hotspur vs AC Milan
14/03/2320:00FC Porto vs Inter Milan
14/03/2320:00Manchester City vs RB Leipzig
15/03/2320:00Napoli vs Eintracht Frankfurt
15/03/2320:00Real Madrid vs Liverpool

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How to watch the UEFA Champions League on BT Sport in the UK

The UEFA Champions League is exclusively live on BT Sport here in the UK.

The pay TV sports channels are available through BT TV, Sky Sports, Virgin Media and even on Freeview channel 114.

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