Jurgen Klopp has warned Liverpool they haven’t won their Champions League quarter final yet.
A thrilling first-half display helped the Reds claim a 3-nil victory over Manchester City in the first leg at Anfield last night.
Mo Salah opened the scoring with his 39th goal of the season, but was forced off after the break with a suspected groin injury.
Pep Guardiola’s side are facing an uphill battle in the second leg at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday, but City beat Liverpool 5-nil at the same venue in September.
Klopp says he and his players can’t celebrate yet.
Manchester City dominated possession at Anfield last night but failed to record a single shot on target.
Manager Pep Guardiola is adamant that it is not to late for his side to turn the tie around.
Barcelona also have one foot in the semi finals.
Two own goals helped the Catalans to a 4-1 victory over Roma at the Camp Nou last night.
Arsenal play their first European quarter final in eight-years this evening.
Arsene Wenger’s side welcome C-S-K-A Moscow to the Emirates Stadium for the first leg of their Europa League last eight encounter.
Elsewhere, Atletico Madrid host Sporting Lisbon, Lazio play F-C Salzburg and Leipzig go up against Marseille.
All of tonight’s games have 8.05 starts.
Premier League clubs will hold a moment’s applause ahead of their games this weekend in memory of former England captain Ray Wilkins.
He died yesterday at the age of 61.
Wilkins started his career at Chelsea, before spells at Manchester United and Q-P-R.
Wilkins returned to Chelsea as an assistant manager to Luiz Felipe Scolari and Carlo Ancelotti helping the Blues win both the Premier League title and the FA Cup in 2010.