High hurdle for Bayern in Champions League quest
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SOCCER 10 POOL OF THE DAY
Wednesday 19 April
Bayern Munich have a high hurdle to jump over if they are to come back and snatch unlikely progress in the Champions League at the expense of Manchester City after tonight’s quarter-final second leg tie. More details at www.soccer6.co.za.
M1 Go Ahead Eagles vs RKC Waalwijk: RKC are unbeaten in their past seven clashes with Go Ahead, but three of them have been drawn.
M2 Konyaspor vs Adana Demirspor: Konyaspor are on a five match unbeaten run. Adana Demirspor were 5-0 winners at the weekend and up to fourth in the Turkish league.
M3 Blackburn Rovers vs Coventry City: Failure to win in their last five games has put Blackburn’s promotion hopes in peril. Coventry were 3-0 away winners at QPR on Saturday.
M4 Queens Park Rangers vs Norwich City: One win in their last 20 games has QPR plummeting down to the brink of the Championship relegation zone. Norwich were handed a 5-1 thumping at Middlesboro last weekend.
M5 Swansea City vs Preston North End: Swansea have won four and drawn the other of their previous five outings. Preston have lost six of seven previous trips to Swansea.
M6 Watford vs Cardiff City: Watford have won their past three games at Cardiff but the Welsh club’s last visit to Vicarage Road saw them also produce an away triumph.
M7 Bayern Munich vs Manchester City: Man City are within touching distance of a third successive Champions League semi-final as they travel to Germany for the second leg of their quarter-final against six-time champions Bayern holding a three-goal advantage.
M8 Inter Milan vs Benfica: Having ended a 12-year wait to reach the Champions League quarter-finals, Inter are well placed to continue to the last four for the first time since 2010 as they lead 2-0 from the first leg at Benfica.
M9 Middlesbrough vs Hull City: Middlesboro are well placed for a berth in the Championship promotion playoffs. Hull have drawn five of their last seven outings.
M10 Reading vs Luton Town: Reading have gone nine games without victory. Luton are third in the Championship and gone 10 matches unbeaten.
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