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Summary

  1. Build-up to Champions League quarter-finals
  2. Juventus v Barcelona & Dortmund v Monaco
  3. Wenger's future 'not affecting' Arsenal form
  4. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Libby Dawes and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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    Great story Pete. 

    That's all we have got time for today. 

    Thanks for keeping us entertained with all your stories.

    Don't forget you can keep up to date with the Champions League action with our live page from 19:00 BST... 

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    #bbcsportsday

    Pete De Mouilpied: Back in 70's. Superstars style school comp. Team finished 2nd overall but surprisingly got best all round athlete award. Then got detention for swearing in surprise as my name was read out in assembly. 

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    Go on then...One more of your stories for the road.

  4. What's stat all about?

    Dortmund v Monaco (19:45 BST)

    Dortmund v Monaco, the stats:

    • Borussia Dortmund are playing in the quarter-finals of a European competition for the fourth time in the last five years
    • Dortmund have lost just one of their 12 home games in Uefa competitions under Thomas Tuchel, claiming nine wins and two draws
    • Dortmund have beaten French opposition on four occasions in European knockout ties, losing just once against Sochaux in 2003
    • Monaco are the ninth team in Champions League history to have won a knockout tie after losing the first leg by two goals
    • The Ligue 1 side have won two of their six away matches this season, beating Villarreal in the first leg of the play-off round and Tottenham Hotspur in the group stage
  5. Tuchel expects goals

    Dortmund v Monaco (19:45 BST)

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    Dortmund host Monaco in the Champions League quarter-final first leg tonight, so what is head coach Thomas Tuchel expecting from the fixture?

    "Monaco play at a very high tempo and, in addition to individual talent, they have a very strong team ethic," said Tuchel, whose side were thrashed 4-1 by arch-rivals Bayern Munich at the weekend.

    "I think it's safe to say we won't have two 0-0 draws; both teams are too interested in scoring and pushing themselves to the limit."

    On his injury concerns, he added: "There will be players coming back, we don't know in what condition they will be in, but we need them with strength, form and energy."

  6. The stats...

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    • Juventus are undefeated in 21 European home matches and have won their previous 32 Serie A games at Juventus Stadium.
    • Juve have won two of their four home games in this season's Champions League, drawing the other two.
    • Barcelona are in the Champions League quarter-finals for a record 10th season in a row.
    • Barca have lost two of their past three away games in the Champions League.
  7. Juve need perfect game - Allegri

    Juventus v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Massimiliano Allegri

    Juventus and Barcelona met in the 2015 Champions League final, when the Catalans won 3-1 to be crowned European champions for a fifth time.

    Juve, who are aiming for a sixth straight Italian title, are competing in the quarter-finals for the first time since.

    That loss in Berlin was Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri's eighth defeat in nine games against Barcelona, but the former AC Milan boss remains confident the Serie A leaders can progress.

    "Nothing is impossible," he said. "We have to play a perfect game on a technical level.

    "We have to play, believing we can go through. We'll need to be at our best both when attacking and defending."

  8. Champions League action

    Right, we'll have all the Champions League action covered for you tonight with live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.

    • Juventus v Barcelona
    • Dortmund v Monaco

    Here's a little look at what's to come...

  9. Genius....

    Earlier we told you Kilmarnock's boss Lee McCulloch had painted a pitch on the dressing room floor.

    We will let him explain why... 

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    Video caption: Kilmarnock boss explains why he put a pitch on their dressing room floor.
  10. The Wolff pack...

    Formula 1

    Congratulations Susie and Toto Wolff on the arrival of their first born! 

    Right what odds will the bookies give me for this one being F1 World Champion 2037? 

    Wonder if the cars will fly by then?

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    There was a Quasar league?!

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    #bbcsportsday

    Andy: Captained the school Quasar team to County Runners up back in 1994.  

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    SMS Message: Summer of '76. Age 8 hopeless at running on 2 legs but when tied to mate to make 3 legs - champions! My mum still has the photo! from Rod in Langley
    Rod in Langley
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    SMS Message: Aston Clinton primary 1970 60 yard dash winner! Certificate stuck on fridge door to remind children where their sporting genes come from from Mark M
    Mark M
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    Dave also wins Tuesday's 'most exotic Sportsday contribution'.

  16. Get Involved - Greatest sporting achievements before you turned 21...

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    SMS Message: Started my boxing career with a first round stoppage (other boy started crying), lost the next 19 and gave up aged 13. Should have retired at the top. from Dave, Shijiazhuang, China
    Dave, Shijiazhuang, China
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    Right then, a few more of your stories? Why not...

  18. Double swoop for Everton?

    Cuco Martina

    Reports in the Daily Star say Everton boss Ronald Koeman wants to sign out-of-favour 27-year-old Southampton defender Cuco Martina.

    And the Times say the Toffees will also attempt to sign Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson. Koeman attempted to take the 27-year-old to Goodison Park last summer. 

    Gylfi Sigurdsson