Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich do battle again as the second legs of the Champions League quarter-finals kick off tonight.
Bayern will have to overturn a 3-2 deficit in Paris if they are to make the final four, while Chelsea take a 2-0 lead into the 'home' leg of their tie with Porto in Seville.
LiveScore have pieces assessing Tammy Abraham's future and where Kylian Mbappe's best position is to get you warmed up for the matches, as well as the first of our weekly cricket columns to get your teeth into.
PSG vs Bayern Munich (8pm, BT Sport)
Last season’s finalists exchanged blows in a thrilling first leg at the Allianz Arena last Wednesday as Mbappe stole the show.
The Frenchman, 22, scored a stunning brace to give PSG a priceless lead to defend at the Parc des Princes tonight.
Despite Mauricio Pochettino’s side struggling in Ligue 1 recently, Mbappe has scored seven in his last 10 league games and looks in a hot run of form.
But we consider where Pochettino should deploy him on a regular basis after his display through the middle at the Allianz Arena.
Chelsea vs Porto (8pm, BT Sport)
Chelsea are in pole position to qualify for their first Champions League semi-final in seven years as they take a 2-0 lead into the second leg with Porto.
Although the game is being played in Spain once again, it is a home tie for the Blues and with two away goals to their name, it is a big ask for the Portuguese side to come back.
If Chelsea extend their advantage even further, Thomas Tuchel may be tempted to make plenty of subs and rest his players ahead of the FA Cup semi-final with Manchester City on Saturday.
That could mean a chance for Abraham, although it may be time for the homegrown striker to leave Stamford Bridge with chances limited.
This will bowl you over
Check out the first edition of LiveScore's weekly cricket column Hit For Six for all the latest news.
With the top talking points from the Indian Premier League and County Championship, both of which kicked off last week, we're getting plenty of runs on the board early on.
On top of that, there are interesting developments with The Hundred, the brand new tournament starting in England this summer, including an Ashes legend returning to the TV studio for Sky Sports.