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Champions League last-16 predictions: Wins for Man City and Real, Bayern get back on track

The 2023/24 Champions League gets back under way this week with four fascinating last-16 ties.

Last season's winners Manchester City received what some would term a favourable draw as they prepare for a trip to Denmark to take on Superliga champions FC Copenhagen. The Danes were 4-3 winners over City's local rivals United in a wild group stage game last November.

Elsewhere, record 14-time continental champions Real Madrid head to Germany to face RB Leipzig, French champions Paris Saint-Germain are set for a tricky looking test against La Liga side Real Sociedad, and Bavarian giants Bayern Munich travel to Rome to take on Maurizio Sarri's Lazio.

Hosts Copenhagen play their first competitive game since way back in December when they welcome Manchester City to Parken on Tuesday night. The Danish champions, who are coming off the Superliga's extended winter break, held City to a 0-0 draw when they last met in the 2022/23 competition. They have also already made an impression on the other side of Manchester this term, qualifying ahead of United from the group stage.

In-form City made it 10 wins on the spin as they beat Everton 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, and were even able to start that game with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Kyle Walker and Bernardo Silva on the bench. Erling Haaland's two-goal salvo should also bolster confidence in their ranks.

Copenhagen will be well rested and have had two months to prepare for this game, but how can you really prepare for a City side in this kind of form? It's hard to look past a comfortable away win.

Prediction: Copenhagen 0-2 Man City

A 2-2 draw against Augsburg at the weekend means RB Leipzig have won just once in six games going into Tuesday's home game against La Liga