Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) –

Even by his standards, Ronaldo is in remarkable form.

The 33-year-old has plundered 17 goals in his last eight matches, including four in his last outing for Real Madrid against Girona and every Champions League game this season.

At odds-against, he cannot be ignored to extend that run against a Juventus side that have conceded in five of their eight European matches this term.

Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) –

Muller’s goal in Bayern Munich’s 6-0 demolition of Borussia Dortmund on Saturday was his fourth in seven matches.

The German netted twice in the first leg of Bayern’s last-16 tie against Besiktas, and has scored at this stage of the Champions League in four of the last five seasons.

Sevilla have conceded nine goals in their last four home games, so there should be plenty of chances for the forward to notch again at a price pushing 2/1.

Edin Dzeko (Roma) –

Barcelona conceded twice at Sevilla at the weekend, and are vulnerable to a good Roma attack – spearheaded by Dzeko – on Wednesday.

Ernesto Valverde’s side were fortunate to keep a clean sheet in their last home European game against Chelsea, while their visitors have scored in eight consecutive away games, including at Inter and Napoli.

Dzeko has scored four goals in four games – including the winner against Shakhtar in the previous round – so looks a good price to net at the Nou Camp.

Leroy Sane (Manchester City) –

Sane is in formidable form, and is a great price to contribute to what should be a high-scoring match at Anfield.

The German’s last four goals have come away from home, including a wonderful volley in Saturday’s victory over Everton and a goal in the corresponding league fixture in January.

His prospects are further enhanced by the fact that he will be up against Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has struggled to contain Marcus Rashford and Wilfried Zaha in recent weeks.


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