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Champions League round of 16: Where To Buy Tickets, Prices and Trends – Atletico vs Liverpool, Real Madrid vs Man City, PSG vs Dortmund & more

The Champions League round of 16 matches of the 2019-20 UEFA Champions League is all set to start this upcoming week, and we have some amazing clashes ahead of us.

Here is the list of the upcoming matches:

Feb 18 2020, Tue – 21:00 – Borussia Dortmund vs Paris Saint Germain at – Signal Iduna Park

PSG are coming to Dortmund to face Borussia Dortmund at the Signal Iduna Park (Westfalenstadion) on February 18.

PSG have won their last 6 matches and are coming in at great form, although it is never an easy match facing Dortmund at home so you can expect a heated clash.

Tickets are still available on SeatPick for the match, the ticket cheapest ticket price is currently 114 euro, with about 800-1000 tickets left on the market you can expect prices to fluctuate and it is still unclear if prices will drop.

Feb 18, 2020, Tue – 21:00 – Atletico Madrid vs Liverpool at – Wanda Metropolitano – Madrid, Spain

One of the best chances to catch Liverpool live in a great matchup with the Los Colchoneros at the amazing Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, this is one of the top matches of this round and Jurgen Klopp’s team should dominate the match.

Ticket prices start at €75 per ticket and expected to drop in the last 48 hours before the match.

Feb 19, 2020, Wed – 20:00 Tottenham Hotspur vs RB Leipzig – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – London, United Kingdom

RB Leipzig shouldn’t be a difficult matchup for the Spurs, this should be a walk in the park, we expect to see a strong performance by Tottenham as they ready themselves for the next round, anything other then that will be a huge surprise, tickets are still available on SeatPick as low as €60 and can still drop in price.

Feb 19 2020, Wed – 21:00 Atalanta BC vs Valencia CF Stadio San Siro (Giuseppe Meazza) – Milan, Italy

Atalanta hosting Valencia in the first leg of the Champions League, it is anyone’s game but Valencia should be the favourite. The match is being hosted at the San Siro stadium and is yet to be seen how the Atalanta fans manage to fill the stadium for this Champions League match.

Tickets start at €66 per ticket and supply is relatively short for this match.