Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla in UEFA Champions League

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The German giants nicked two vital away goals in Spain last week - coming from behind to win 2-1 and remain in the driving seat as they return to the Allianz Stadium to finish the job in the second-leg. Against Bayern, we will have to work a lot, have a bit of luck.

They did score twice on their travels in the last round, knocking out Manchester United in the process, but Montella knows the risks of being overly aggressive when chasing the game against such powerful opponents.

"But the most important thing is for the team to be more compact".

Robben warns Bayern must be on their guard, especially given their history of elimination by Spanish teams in the knock-out phases in each of the last four seasons. Playing in the quarterfinals for a club-record seventh season, Bayern have yet to lose at home all season.

While Sevilla started off very strong in the first-leg match, surprising Bayern with a spirited start paying off in an early goal, they were not able to keep up that endurance and the momentum slowly fizzled out in the second half.

There is some good news though, with Jerome Boateng fit to play after recovering from a bruised foot. We don't need to score as quickly as possible.

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The broadcaster says that their information is that PSG and Bayern Munich, as well as other clubs, have approached Chelsea and registered their interest. No one has given us anything. Sevilla will be bolstered by the return of Ever Banega, who missed the first leg due to suspension.

Simone Kjaer sustained a muscular injury at the weekend and is ruled out.

Real coach Zinedine Zidane was at a loss to explain why his side's disappointing La Liga campaign contrasts with their dominant displays in the Champions League.

Robert Lewandowski, Mats Hummels, Javi Martinez, Thiago, Thomas Muller and Franck Ribery were all left out of the starting XI for the 4-1 win ver Augsburg, and while a few of them came off the bench in the title-winning contest, the hosts should be well-rested for Sevilla's visit.

"I don't know [if this will be] an advantage", Montella said.

"Nobody will want to play them and I don't see anyone beating them over two legs".

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