Welcome to The Independent's live coverage of tonight's Champions League quarter-finals between Paris Saint-Germain vs Manchester City and Wolfsburg vs Real Madrid.
Manuel Pellegrini leads his side into the last eight of European football's elite competition for the first time, after seeing off the challenge of Dynamo Kiev in the round-of-16.
The Ligue 1 champions saw off their Premier League equivalents, Chelsea, last month and will be hoping to eliminate English opposition once again.
Paris Saint-Germain vs Manchester City
Wolfsburg vs Real Madrid
Paris Saint-Germain: Trapp; Aurier, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Maxwell; Rabiot, Motta, Matuidi; Di María, Ibrahimovic, Cavani
Substitutes: Sirigu, Stambouli, Marquinhos, Lucas, Kurzawa, van der Wirl, Augustin
Manchester City: Hart; Sagna, Otamendi, Mangala, Clichy; Fernando, Fernandinho; Navas, Silva, De Bruyne; Aguero
Substitutes: Caballero, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Kolarov, Delph, Bony, Iheanacho
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Barcelona 2 Atletico Madrid 1
Bayern Munich 1 Benfica 0
Welcome to The Independent's live blog of tonight's Champions League quarter-finals!
We'll have minute-by-minute coverage of Manchester City's trip to face Paris Saint-Germain, plus updates from the night's other game between Wolfsburg and Real Madrid.
Team news is expected at approximately 6.40pm and we'll be here regular updates from 7.00pm.
Remember the last time these two sides met in 2008?
Probably not and the line-up will come as even more of a surprise...
Manchester City's starting XI the last time they played PSG in 2008. https://t.co/YtA0qoI67i
Vincent Kompany in central midfield. Innocent times.
We'll also be bringing you updates from Wolfsburg vs Real Madrid, where Bale, Ronaldo & Co all start for Real.
In tonight's other game...
GOAL!Wolfsburg 1 Real Madrid 0 (Rodriguez, pen)
Ricardo Rodríguez scores from a spot-kick after Casemiro's foul on Andre Schurrle in the penalty box.
20 min: PSG still looking the more lethal side, although against the run of play, Navas fizzes in a tempting low cross but no-one can get on the end of it.
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