Borussia Dortmund v Sevilla - 20:00

Dortmund and Sevilla playing out a draw looks a really nice price.

The German side won the first-leg 3-2, meaning a draw will see them progress, and with just three defeats in their last 15 at home, you have to back Edin Terzic’s men to get the job done.

While they’re in poor form, having lost four of their last five in all competitions, Sevilla have on the whole been excellent on the road this campaign.

Julen Lopetegui’s side have won 12 of their last 16 away games, which shows they’re still a formidable European side, and one which Dortmund will no doubt have troubles against yet again.

A narrow aggregate victory for Dortmund, courtesy of a draw on Tuesday, looks like the way to go here.  

Draw - 1pt @ 14/5

Juventus v Porto - 20:00

My second tip is for Juventus to beat Porto to nil.

While I’m a little hesitant backing Porto to be knocked out, as they’ve been excellent in the competition and take a 2-1 lead to Turin, I believe the price is just about right here.

Juve’s away form has been sketchy pretty much all season, but at home they’ve been outstanding, with nine wins from their last 11 in all competitions, conceding just once in their last eight.

Porto have kept back-to-back clean sheets on the road in Europe (against Marseille and Olympiakos), but considering a win-to-nil would see Juve through, and that their home form suggests this is very attainable, I’m going to take the 29/20 here.

Juve to win to nil - 1pt @ 29/20