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Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'Welcome to Wembley'

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT) (agg 2-2)

    George Cummins

    BBC Radio 5 live at Wembley

    The last time Tottenham made the quarter-finals of the Champions League they ended up losing to Real Madrid 5-0 on aggregate in 2011.

    Harry Redknapp was the manager that day and he joins us shortly on 5 Live Sport.

    If Spurs want to reach the last eight again they will need to start the game much better than they did in Turin. I was there three weeks ago and the nerves got the better of them for the first 10 minutes.

    Juventus will be kicking themselves that they let Pochettino’s side back in it especially as Higuain struck the cross bar with a penalty on the stroke of half time.

    Higuain was a doubt for this game but he was laughing and joking when we saw him in the tunnel at Wembley yesterday.

    Dybala is back but Federico Bernardeschi is missing with a knee injury. He impressed in Turin.

  2. Post update

    Man City v Basel (19:45 GMT) (agg 4-0)

    Ricky van Wolfswinkel. There's a blast from the Premier League past. From getting pelters from Jake Humphrey to warm welcomes from tennis ledge Roger Federer. Football eh?

  3. Team news

    Man City v Basel (19:45 GMT) (agg 4-0)

    Manchester City make six changes from Sunday's 1-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday - with the tie practically over.

    Teenager winger Phil Foden starts, while Yaya Toure is also in the starting line-up for the first time since January. Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo , defenders John Stones and Danilo and striker Gabriel Jesus come in.

    First-team regulars Ederson, Kyle Walker, Nicolas Otamendi, Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva and Sergio Aguero all drop out.

    Man City

    Basel leave both of their top scorers, Ricky van Wolfswinkel - once of Norwich - and Albian Ajeti, on the bench. Youngster Dimitri Oberlin leads the line up front - as he did in the first leg.

  4. Post update

    Meanwhile, here's what you need to know if you fancy a flutter on the first goalscorer at the Etihad...

  5. Fans are in for a treat - Buffon

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT) (agg 2-2)

    Juve keepers Wojciech Szczesny and Gianluigi Buffon train ahead of the Tottenham game

    Are Spurs classed as favourites tonight? The bookies think so... just. Juventus keeper Gianluigi Buffon has other ideas...

    "It will be an uphill battle but sometimes you can get caught out going downhill so we are up for the challenge," says the Italy legend.

    "Tottenham quite clearly have a lot of great attributes, they have a tried and trusted style of play.

    "They like to attack, they can be physical, they are good technically, but their style allows the opposition a few chances, so I think the fans are in for a treat."

  6. Post update

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT) (agg 2-2)

    Hope you've got your popcorn, Phil (and everyone else). Even Gigi Buffon is predicting a cracker...

  7. 'Don't force the issue'

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT)

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    Spurs have to approach this with confidence, but also with balance. They don't have to force the issue.

    They are playing against a street-wise team who will not rush. Juventus have match-winners.

    It will be interesting, this isn't easy for Tottenham to approach. They don't want to be gung-ho and then give a cheap goal away - are we going to see the same Spurs that we saw in Turin?

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    Robin Mark Cooper: I’m inclined to think that an early Juve goal could kill the tie but they scored two early in Turin, it’s wide open for me this one.

    Patrick: This match should be the finals...can't actually predict what's gonna happen tonight, but my guts say Tottenham might qualify.

  9. 'A big night'

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT)

    John Murray

    BBC Radio 5 live

    It feels like it's a really big night in the modern history of Tottenham Hotspur, particularly in Mauricio Pochettino's reign.

    If they get through, they will be feted, but if they go out, Pochettino will face questions as to whether this team has it in them to become a trophy-winning team.

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    You can listen to live commentary of Tottenham v Juventus from John Murray and Chris Sutton on BBC Radio 5 live, with Mark Chapman kicking off the build-up from 6:30pm.

    You'll also hear from Conor McNamara at the Etihad, with all the latest from Manchester City v Basel.

  11. Breaking team news

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT) (agg 2-2)

    No surprises here. All the big names are there... Kane, Alli, Eriksen, Son. Still waiting to hear whether Gonzalo Higuain starts up top for Juve.

  12. Breaking team news

    Man City v Basel (19:45 GMT) (agg 4-0)

    City teenager - and World Cup winner, no less - Phil Foden gets a chance to impress for Sgt Pep's band. As does Yaya Toure. Remember him?

  13. Post update

    Man City v Basel (19:45 GMT) (agg 4-0)

    Oh, and Manchester City are playing in tonight's other last-16 tie. But they're already through, right?

    If City, as expected, go through to join Liverpool - and possibly Tottenham - in the quarter-finals, then it will be the first time two English clubs have reached the last eight since 2010-11.

    We're back.

  14. Post update

    Tottenham v Juventus (19:45 GMT) (agg 2-2)

    Hello! Anyone out there still doubting Tottenham? Mauricio Pochettino's side have been questioned on every step of their Champions League journey so far - but have come up with the goods every time.

    Of course the job is far from done. Italian juggernauts Juventus, twice beaten Champions League finalists in the past three seasons, are not keen on being bumped out of Europe by these upstarts.

    Tonight, for the first time really, Spurs are thought to be in the driving seat. How will they handle that? Could that expectation be their undoing?

    Strap yourself in.

  15. Post update

    Harry Kane

    7 March 2018, 18:34 GMT:

    "Ermmm." They're scratching their heads.

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    Juventus lead Tottenham

    13 February 2018, approx 20:00 GMT, Juventus Stadium:

    "Told you. Juventus have got far too much experience and quality for Spurs. They're being outclassed," they said.

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    Tottenham beat Real Madrid at Wembley

    11 December 2017, Champions League last-16 draw:

    "Spurs did brilliantly to top their group unbeaten. Buuuut... Madrid aren't what they were and Dortmund are a mess under Peter Bosz. Juventus will be a step too far for them," they said.

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    Champions League group stage draw

    24 August 2017, Champions League group stage draw:

    "Oh dear. Real Madrid AND Borussia Dortmund. Spurs haven't got a chance of getting through," they said.