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The round of 16 Thursday fixtures commence with two early kick-offs as RB Leipzig take on Spartak Moscow at 6:45pm on SuperSport Football and West Ham United travel to face Sevilla at 6:45pm on SuperSport Premier League – with the latter clash exciting Hammers star Declan Rice: “Sevilla […] they’re a massive club, it’s going to be a tough tie but if we want to compete with the best and test ourselves against the best then we’ve got beat the best. We’re all excited, all the lads and the manager and of course the fans are looking forward to it.”
Thursday’s late games are headlined by Barcelona tackling Galatasaray in a meeting of two of Europe’s biggest names at 9pm on SuperSport La Liga. Barca manager Xavi Hernandez oversaw his team’s emphatic defeat of Napoli in the next round and will be hoping for more excellence against Gala.
“Perhaps this was the most complete performance of our season,” said Xavi of their 4-2 win in Italy. “We wanted to dominate and we did. I’m happy about the effort we put in and with the football we played. The result is fair. I am very happy for the players and this is the way forward. We are on the right road.”
The fixture also includes Atalanta hosting Bayer Leverkusen at 9pm on SuperSport Variety 4 and SuperSport Select 2, Scotland’s Rangers looking to continue their fairy-tale run when they welcome Red Star Belgrade at 9pm on SuperSport Variety 1, and Monaco heading to Portugal to face Sporting Braga at 9pm on SuperSport Football.