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Date: Wednesday, April 13

Time: 7:45 p.m. BST / 2:45 p.m. ET

Venue: Vicente Calderon, Madrid

TV Info: BT Sport Europe (UK), Fox Sports 1, ESPN Deportes TV (USA)

Live Stream: BT Sport Live Streaming (UK), Fox Soccer 2GO (USA)

What TV channel is it on?

BT Sport Europe, with the programme starting at 7pm. If you want to watch Benfica-Bayern, that’s on BT Sport 2, also at 7pm. And, if like most of the population, you don’t have BT Sport, you can follow all the live action right here from 6.30pm when this very page turns into our live blog.
Match preview

Barcelona head to Madrid aiming to show their campaign is still on track for domestic and European success.

Luis Enrique’s men will defend a 2-1 lead at the Vicente Calderon but head into the tie on the back of successive defeats in La Liga to Real Madrid and Real Sociedad.

Team News

Fernando Torres is Los Rojiblancos’ big absentee, suspended after being sent off in the first leg for two yellow cards—the result of over-exuberant tackles in a fast, aggressive start by Atletico overall—and just minutes after he had opened the scoring.

Atletico Madrid and Barcelona meet for the fourth time this season on Wednesday night, competing in the UEFA Champions League for a place in the semi-finals.

The Catalan outfit won the first leg 2-1 a week ago, but their form of late has been patchy. Atleti are their biggest rivals domestically, as well as in this one-off fixture in continental competition. Diego Simeone knows his team need a big performance, but he’s far from conceding defeat, per his comments on ESPNFC: “We want to get to the last four and annoy people in the Champions League, just like in La Liga.”

To “annoy” teams is certainly how his side set up, being one of the most tactically well laid-out in Europe again this season with the best defence anywhere.

Former Atleti winger Cristian Rodriguez says the current manager is “untouchable” on account of the success he has brought Los Colchoneros, per Charly Siffredi and Harry De Cosemo of Marca, and firmly believes the home side could mount a comeback—though he also rates Barca’s Luis Suarez as better than Leo Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, which is an obvious danger to Atletico’s hopes of progression.