What to watch: UEFA Champions League, EPL, Serie A live streams for week of Feb. 16

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With due respect to the teams that qualified for the group stage, the round of 16 is where the UEFA Champions League truly finds its character. Legacies begin to build from the two-leg elimination round and this year should be no different, with a number of veritable powerhouses back in the dance, along with a few upstarts.

It's an exciting week ahead, not only in the Champions League, but in the Premier League and Serie A as well. Here's what you need to know.

UCL: Barcelona vs. PSG

Tuesday February 16 at 3:00 p.m. ET | Live stream

Qatar Sports Investments purchased Paris Saint-Germain with the objective of winning multiple Champions League titles with no expense spared. Last year, PSG came painstakingly close but with Kylian Mbappe in top form with 16 goals in 21 games across all competitions, this may finally be the year the Parisians lift the trophy. Neymar has been ruled out for four weeks due to a thigh injury, a heartbreaking development as he was looking forward to dominating his old club. Mbappe, however, should be able to fill any void and recently became the youngest player in Champions League history to reach the career 20-goal marker.

Barcelona’s club identity is in tatters. This is no longer the team that invented modern ball possession tactics and at the risk of being overly simplistic, they rely solely on Lionel Messi’s singular brilliance, despite signing prolific forward Antoine Griezmann last year and Phillipe Coutinho’s return from loan from Bayern Munich. Barcelona currently sits third in La Liga, an untenable position for a club of this magnitude, and a loss to PSG in the round of 16 may only further fuel Messi’s simmering anger towards the club’s board of directors, spelling his long-anticipated exit.

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UCL: RB Leipzig vs. Liverpool

Tuesday February 16 at 3:00 p.m. ET | Live stream

RB Leipzig’s up-tempo high press has been well-documented for a few years now and they won’t exactly catch Liverpool by surprise - nor will they hesitate to push their backs up, even against an offensively dangerous opponent. Leipzig’s rising star defender Dayot Upamecano will have his work cut out for him against a Liverpool striking trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino that have been the envy of Europe for a few years.

Liverpool’s sense of inevitability isn’t there anymore, and has recently dropped games against Manchester United, Manchester City, lowly Brighton & Hove Albion, and Leicester City. Jurgen Klopp begrudgingly conceded the Premier League title following Saturday’s loss to Leicester City. Are they ripe for an upset?

UCL: Porto vs. Juventus

Wednesday February 17 at 3:00 p.m. ET | Live stream

Cristiano Ronaldo leads the way for Juventus with a competition-best 16 goals in Serie A, and 23 goals in 26 games in all formats, and his striking partner Alvaro Morato leads the club with six goals in the Champions League this year. Juventus is nearly impossible to break down defensively as Giorgio Chiellini and Leonard Bonucci continue to cement their status as club legends, while Matthijs de Ligt may be the world’s best young defender. Unless Pepe can conjure up some magic, Porto may not have much of a chance.

UCL: Sevilla vs. Dortmund

Wednesday February 17 at 3:00 p.m. ET | Live stream

Sevilla is in fine form with Ivan Rakitic playing some of the best football of his career after returning to the club from Barcelona on a four-year deal, while striker Youssef En-Nesyri has been on fire lately with 17 goals across all competitions, including four in the Champions League. Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho are two of the best young players on the planet and Dortmund’s superior talent level overall should carry them to the quarterfinals.

EPL: Arsenal vs. Manchester City

Saturday February 20 at TBD | Live stream

Arsenal’s days as a prestige club are over, sitting in 10th place in the Premier League table. Not even the revelation of Bukayo Saka can save the Gunners from their own demise. On the other hand, Manchester City appears to be pulling away from the competition, fresh off a 4-1 win over Liverpool. Can the Gunners stun the Citizens?

EPL: Liverpool vs. Everton

Saturday February 20 at TBD | Live stream

This may be the most important Merseyside Derby in some time, particularly for Everton, who could be tied on points with their bitter rival with a win. Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s 13 goals rank third in the Premier League and he’ll be the catalyst for an upset against the defending champions.

Serie A: Inter Milan vs. AC Milan

Sunday February 21 at 9:00 a.m. ET | Live stream

Whether you're enthralled or disgusted by Zlatan Ibrahimovic's personality and antics, there's no denying he's in world-class form with 14 goals for AC Milan, while Inter looks to snatch a victory from their bitter rivals, which would move them back into first. This is shaping up to be the best Milan Derby of the past decade.

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