Lyon v Bayern is sexy, while Julian Nagelsmann takes on his mentor in the other semi.
Liverpool v Chelsea is our highlight but what should we expect from Manchester United?
The absurdity of calling Arsenal v Liverpool a Big Six clash is obvious. Plus, Lampard, Martial, Dem Blades...
Arsenal v Leicester is our pick of the week, but we are also keen on watching Jack Grealish...
Man City giving Liverpool a guard of honour should be fun. Rashford needs goals and Mourinho seeks energy.
Spurs v West Ham is our pick, but eyes are also on Paul Pogba, Liverpool and Frank Lampard...
As excited as we all are for Manchester City 7-3 Arsenal, the rest of the week looks similarly tasty.
Chelsea host Liverpool with different objectives. Rooney hosts an old friend. Rodgers and Mourinho need the cup.
Grealish wants to right a 2015 wrong. Mourinho has no more excuses. Also Man United, Brighton v Palace and...
Man City have a lovely opportunity against Real Madrid. Lingard, Gerrard and Lampard also need big performances.
Liverpool face their least ideal opponents, Werner and Nuno can prove themselves, and Macclesfield face Plymouth.
Has Carlo Ancelotti got the secret to beating Liverpool? Will Unai Emery see out the week?
Tottenham must do what Liverpool could not. Oxlade-Chamberlain and Lampard also have plenty to ponder.
You can't move for kids in Ajax v Chelsea, while we wait to see what Mauricio Pochettino tries next...
Pochettino says Spurs are together. We'll let Bayern be the judges of that. And let's see what Haaland's really got...
Liverpool return as champions to the scene of one of their worst crimes. Guardiola needs a response.
Might United be stirred enough to do Liverpool a solid? What do we expect from Arsenal at Wolves?
Are we in for another all-English classic? Can Paul Pogba back up the speculation? Will Liverpool score 427?
Bayern v Liverpool is genuinely refreshing, while Cristiano Ronaldo must prove why Juventus signed him.
Man United are trying to rewrite history, while Luka Modric really ought to step up some time soon.
Di Maria can prove he's not a complete fanny, and Spurs can overcome another obstacle...
Solskjaer is on the brink of history. Spurs need to boost their ego. And Nantes bid la ultima ciao to Emiliano Sala.
Arsenal and Spurs meet again, Kevin de Bruyne returns, and Claude Puel loves secondary cup competitions.
Liverpool and Spurs know what they need to do. After Jose Mourinho's message, so does Paul Pogba.
Is the threat of having Lucas Torreira run all over him enough to tempt Paul Pogba to pull his finger out?
PSG v Liverpool should be brilliant. And Tottenham have no room for mistakes now.
Man United need to not basically give up. And can Roberto Firmino rediscover his mojo?
Will Spurs and Pochettino repeat their mistake from last season? And will we see Phil Foden?
Has Jose Mourinho found the formula at Man Utd? Or will Cristiano Ronaldo?
Popcorn at the ready while we wait to see how Jose responds. And Spurs can bury talk of their crisis for good...
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