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Can you beat the Predictor Tipster on matchday ten?

Published: Thursday 4 April 2013, 23.39CET
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Published: Thursday 4 April 2013, 23.39CET

Can you beat the Predictor Tipster on matchday ten?

Read the Tipster's predictions ahead of the quarter-final second legs.

Borussia Dortmund 2-0 Málaga CF (agg: 2-0)
After a goalless first leg on the Costa del Sol the advantage would seem to be with the Bundesliga team. They will be irritated not to have grabbed an away goal from the many clear-cut chances created in Spain, but although that leaves them vulnerable to a single Málaga counter strike, the last unbeaten team left in the competition should see the job through on home turf.

Galatasaray AŞ 2-1 Real Madrid CF (agg: 2-4)
Only complacency can deny Madrid a hat-trick of semi-final appearances under José Mourinho following their 3-0 home win. One more goal in Istanbul will kill the tie stone dead, but Galatasaray displayed enough quality in the opening stages of the first encounter to suggest that they can bow out with a consolation win – despite the absence of suspended top scorer Burak Yılmaz.

FC Barcelona 2-0 Paris Saint-Germain FC (agg: 4-2)
There were wild celebrations from PSG fans and players following Blaise Matuidi's last-gasp equaliser in Paris. Yet with two away goals in the bag, Barcelona, sublime Camp Nou conquerors of AC Milan last time out, will be heavily fancied to stride into their sixth successive semi-final – with or without Lionel Messi, who left the Parc des Princes fray at half-time with a hamstring injury.

Juventus 2-1 FC Bayern München (agg: 2-3)
Bayern remain on course for a third final appearance in four years following their 2-0 win in Munich. While Juve could have no complaints about the first-leg outcome, they will feel they sold their fans short and owe them a performance to remember in Turin. However, one goal from the visitors, whose away form this season has been sensational, should prove decisive.

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