Manchester City vs Borussia Monchengladbach:
Manchester City is aiming to advance to the quarter-finals of the tournament with the Citizens halfway there.
Though this match will be played at a neutral venue in Hungary, not at the Etihad Stadium, history favour Manchester City they have progressed from all 11 European ties in which they won an away first leg. Their recent form is pretty-much impeccable too, with City winning 23 of their last 24 competitive matches, and scoring three uninterrupted goals in three of the last four.
Borussia Monchengladbach is on a losing streak of six games in a row in all competition.
The German team is experiencing a serious deep in form, it is not the good time of the season to go through such patches.
This is expected to be an easy win for Pep Guardiola’s side.
Real Madrid vs Atalanta:
Real Madrid will be at home against Atalanta as they welcome the Italian team to the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Los Blancos has a slim lead over Atalanta going into this tie, the La Liga Champions won the first leg of the tie thanks to Benjamin Mendy screamer from outside the box with his weak foot in the dying minute of the match.
Real Madrid still can dominate games but the persistent issue remains in the attack, the team lack the will-power to bang in goals compared to the Los Blancos side of years back.
Atalanta attack is expected to give Real Madrid defence some concern but the consolation for the home team is the availability of Sergio Ramos, the captain could be decisive in this clash.