Bayern Munich 0 (2) - Sevilla 0 (1)

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However, Sevilla have already proved how unsafe they can be away from home in Europe.

With two goals and two assists in his eight games for NUFC, Sky Sports say that this has alerted the French and German champions, as well as a number of Premier League clubs, to the talents of Kenedy.

Sevilla did find the net once when the teams met last week on Spanish soil, Pablo Sarabia putting them ahead in the first half, but were eventually beaten by a pair of deflected goals. We predict a 3-0 win for Bayern to qualify for the semi-finals.

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Bayern Munich have only failed to progress from one of their 16 previous European Cup/Champions League knockout ties in which they won the first leg away from home (vs Inter Milan in 2010-11). Under Pep they were so dominant offensively, had so much possession, so high up the pitch. "If you lose 2-1 at home, you have to take the initiative - and that is certainly what Sevilla will do".

They did hit the bar with a Correa header on the hour and Ever Banega fired narrowly wide a little later as they upped the pressure briefly in search of the two goals they needed.

Heynckes added, "They're a team that plays with a lot of impetus and good pressure, but we know what we have to do".

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However, for the moment he insists his "personal aim is on reaching the semi-finals".

Bayern clinched a record-extending 28th German league title on Saturday with a 4-1 thrashing of Augsburg to continue their domestic dominance that dates back to 2012.

He said: "It's the pinnacle to play at this level and really special". David Alaba (back) and Arturo Vidal (knock) will also miss out, a major blow to Heynckes and his squad.

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A draw would be enough to see Bayern go through and it's (7.50) if the result ends that way in the Bavarian capital. Vincenzo Montello's side have lost three of their last four games, picking up only seven points in their last seven games.

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