The greatest league in the World is on display this Tuesday and Wednesday as we get down to the quarterfinals. Here is what is in store in these two legged affairs.
AC Milan vs Bayern Munich Top Champions League goal scorer Kaka leads Milan who have been average in Serie A play but could
put all that to rest by getting past Bayern Munich led by Claudio Pizarro as a goalscorer. Paolo
Maldini was rested during the weekend in Serie A and will appear in his 102nd game in Champions
League play. Remarkable. Milan wins at home 2-0 1:30 CST on ESPN Deportes
PSV Eindhoven vs Liverpool PSV does not have the pressure that Liverpool has but injury problems have negated that
advantage. Ronald Koeman will have them on the underdog card in the locker room.
Does Peter Crouch play a part at Eindhoven? Gerrard leadership a plus for the “reds”. Mexican int.
Carlos Salcido gets the start after moving to Holland after World Cup. Liverpool 2-1.
Wednesday Roma vs Manchester United Do I have to say it again, yes I do. The Roman God Francesco Totti will be
counted on in a big way for Roma who need advantage going back to Old
Trafford. “Statement” game for Roma if they want to get past “Red Devils”.
Can anybody stop Cristiano Ronaldo? Manchester United 2 Roma 1
Chelsea vs Valencia Didier Drogba leads a re-shaped Chelsea this year fitting in star quality and is second
leading scorer in the Champions League behind Kaka of AC Milan. With out Fernando
Morientes Chelsea rolls. Chelsea 2-0 over Valencia.
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