Down to the last eight competitors, there's a case for watching every match on offer this week and reason to again question why UEFA can't offset the start times to allow footballs fans to do just that. Until European football's governing body grows some common sense, though, there's a choice to make: Barcelona hosting Atletico Madrid in a battle between Spain's top two sides this season, or Europe's top team on current form heading to Old Trafford to almost certainly make David Moyes look the fool. It's good football or a chance for a bit of schadenfreude, and either way things kick off at 7:45PM BST/2:45PM EST.
If you're watching, join us as we keep an eye on the day's going ons while looking forward to Liverpool's return next season to Europe's premier club competition. As always, LiveSoccerTV has listings of live television offerings around the globe, and you can always find the open threads in the sections drop down menu at the top of every page on the site when they disappear from the front page.