Champions League Last 16 - Previews & how to watch second leg ties including Lille vs Chelsea

The Champions League continues with the remaining Round of 16 ties as the quarter-final teams are decided, exclusively live on BT Sport.

By Robert Cottingham Published: 15 March 2022 - 4.32am

The Champions League last 16 return legs get under way across two jam-packed weeks of action to determine who will advance to the quarter-finals.

Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea all recorded impressive victories while Man United emerged with a creditable draw and now the Premier League quartet will be hoping to finish the job.

Tuesday 8 March

Liverpool 0-1 Inter Milan (Agg: 2-1)

Bayern Munich 7-1 RB Salzburg (Agg 8-2)

Wednesday 9 March

Manchester City 0-0 Sporting CP (Agg: 5-0)

Real Madrid 3-1 Paris Saint-Germain (Agg: 3-2)

Tuesday 15 March

Manchester United 0-1 Atletico Madrid (Agg: 1-2)

Ajax 0-1 Benfica (Agg: 2-3)

Wednesday 16 March

Juventus vs Villarreal (Agg: 1-1)

Lille vs Chelsea (Agg: 0-2)

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Tuesday 15 March

Manchester United 0-1 Atletico Madrid - Watch replay

Renan Lodi's first half header was the difference on a disappointing night for Man United as visiting Atletico Madrid condemned the Red Devils to another trophyless season by eliminating the home side from the Champions League.

Full match report to follow

Ajax 0-1 Benfica - Watch replay

Portuguese giants Benfica sent Ajax crashing out of the Champions League Round of 16 thanks to Darwin Nunez's second-half header as the visitors silenced a raucous crowd at the Johan Cryuff Arena with a shock victory.

Wednesday 16 March

Lille vs Chelsea (Agg: 0-2), 7pm (KO 8pm) on BT Sport 2HD & Ultimate - Watch live stream

It seems like a lifetime ago after all that's happened with Chelsea this week, but Thomas Tuchel's side defeated Lille 2-0 at Stamford Bridge a fortnight ago to take a commanding lead into Wednesday's return game.

Goals either side of half-time, from Kai Havertz and Christian Pulisic, was enough to defeat the Ligue 1 outfit but events since have put the result very much in perspective.

The freezing of Roman Abramovich's assets by the British government, a sanction in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, means Chelsea can't currently sell new match tickets or spend above £20,000 on away travel.

It means there'll be some cost-cutting measures in place for Chelsea's trip to north-west France as they visit Lille's Stade Pierre Mauroy on a budget. 

The Blues will fancy their chances of advancing to the quarter-finals despite the chaos behind the scenes at Stamford Bridge. 

Havertz is the man in form for Tuchel's men at the moment as Romelu Lukaku continues to struggle to get into The Blues' team. 

The German scored a wonderful winner late on against Newcastle and now has six goals and an assist in his previous seven matches in all competitions.

A seventh on that run from Havertz will surely see Chelsea through against a Lille side who've scored more than one just once in eight games.

Juventus vs Villarreal (Agg: 1-1), 7.30pm (KO 8pm) on BT Sport 3HD - Watch live stream

It was the dream start to life in the Champions League for Dusan Vlahovic. The Serbian scored within a minute of making his bow of Europe's elite club competition to give Juventus the lead against Villarreal.

The Old Lady were pegged back by Dani Parejo's strike for the Europa League holders though and it means the tie is finely poised heading into Wednesday's second leg.

Juventus' form has improved domestically and three consecutive wins means they are just seven points off the top in Serie A following the 3-1 victory over Sampdoria.

Alvaro Morata found the net twice in the weekend win and the Spaniard, who partnered Moise Kean up front, will be pushing for a start alongside Vlahovic for the visit of Villarreal. 

The Yellow Submarines are looking to qualify for the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in 13 seasons and will be buoyed by an impressive first-leg result in Spain.

Unai Emery is a man who knows a thing or two about managing European knockout ties too and the former Arsenal coach could well have a plan up his sleeve for Wednesday's trip to Turin.

Will The Old Lady sink The Yellow Submarines? Or will Emery's unfancied visitors spring a surprise and secure a place in the last eight?