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Champions League Open Thread: Dare to Loan Your Best Striker Edition

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Week two of the Champions League quarter finals kick off in Dortmund and West London to determine who gets one step closer to the final in Lisbon.

Richard Heathcote

The Champions League is back in action today with the two less competitive ties of the quarter finals on offering. After handily dispatching Borussia Dortmund 3-0 at the Bernabeu last week, Real Madrid head to Germany to in all likelihood finish off the Bundesliga's second place side. Dortmund will be hoping to pull the home upset, but needing to score four in regulation or three in 120 minutes without Madrid grabbing an away goal seems too tough a task. Meanwhile, Chelsea return home trailing a slightly more competitive 3-1 against PSG. The French side will be without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but they still have Edinson Cavani they can play up front while Chelsea's best striker on current form is out on loan at Everton. The games 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.