ATALANTA will be looking to finish the job and reach the Champions League quarter finals when they head to Valencia.
The Serie A outfit hammered the Spanish side 4-1 in the first leg, including a brace from Hans Hateboer.
But the reverse fixture in Valencia will be lacking an atmosphere, with the game to played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus outbreak.
What time does Valencia vs Atalanta kick off?
This Champions League Last 16 second leg will take place on Tuesday, March 10.
It will kick off at 8pm UK time – that is 9pm in Spain and 4pm Eastern Time.
The match will be held at 55,000-seater Mestalla Stadium.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it for FREE?
Valencia vs Atalanta will be shown live on BT Sport 3, with coverage underway from 7.45pm.
BT Sport subscribers can live stream the action via the app on their computer, tablet and mobile devices.
Alternatively, EE phone customers can watch the match for FREE with a three-month trial via BT Sport – simply text SPORT to 150.
Meanwhile, US viewers can watch on Galavision and Univision NOW.
What is the team news?
Former Man City defender Eliaquim Mangala is struggling with a thigh problem and remains a big doubt.
Maxi Gomez has a broken foot and won’t be back in action until April at the earliest.
Both Manu Vallejo and Cristiano Piccini are back in training but this one might come too early.
Meanwhile for the visitors, Duvan Zapata looks set to appear in the starting XI.
Also on the comeback trail from injury is Rafael Toloi, with the Brazilian suffering from a muscular problem.
- Atalanta progressed to the knockout stages, having only picked up seven points – the second lowest in a group stage and still go through
- Prior to this season, Atalanta had only ever played in Europe on six occasions and never in the Champions League before
- Valencia have only reached the Champions League quarter finals on two occasions since making back-to-back finals in 2000 and 2001
What are the odds?
Unsurprisingly, Atalanta are just 1/16 to progress to the quarter finals, while Valencia are a whopping 7/1.
But after also banging goals in for fun in Serie A – including netting SEVEN goals three times – the Italian side are 7/1 to score more than three goals once again.
Yet, the unthinkable cannot be ruled out, with Valencia 40/1 to BEAT Atalanta 4-1 and send the game to extra time.
Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.