David Moyes may not be doing a lot of good for Manchester United, but he's probably done enough in recent weeks to hold on to his job, and regardless of what happens today that's news that will make Liverpool fans happy. As for what happens today, despite an unexpected 1-1 draw at Old Trafford, few will expect United to stand up to Bayern's assault at Allianz Arena. Meanwhile in Spain, a Barcelona side under the cloud of a transfer ban travel to the capital to face surging—and La Liga leading—Atletico Madrid tied 1-1 in what has turned into the most intriguing pairing of the quarter finals. As always, today's matches kick off at 7:45PM BST/2:45PM EST.
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