The Lisbon giants beat Scott Parker’s side 2-0 in Belgium last month and look a safe bet to reach the last eight for the second consecutive season. Unbeaten in 12 games, there is a real confidence about Roger Schmidt’s side.
Parker, meanwhile, has struggled since his surprise appointment in December. 11 games have yielded only two wins and there are widespread reports the former Fulham manager is under huge pressure. Losing 3-0 to relegation-threatened Oostende was hardly ideal preparation for a big trip to the Portuguese capital.
Where to watch Benfica vs Club Brugge
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