When and Where: The Champions League quarter-final second-leg kicks off from the Allianz Arena at 2.45 p.m. ET. A live stream will be available, with a subscription, at on FoxSoccer2Go. TV coverage will be on Fox Soccer Plus.

Preview: Bayern Munich go into the second-leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie as overwhelming favorites having secured a 2-0 score line in Marseille last week.

Already heavily fancied before the first-leg as a result of their contrasting domestic forms, the Bavarians surely need only guard against complacency in order to take their place in the last four.

And Bayern's players are making all the right noises before Tuesday's return match.

It certainly won't be a stroll, said Bayern's top scorer Mario Gomez, according to the club's official website.

We mustn't start thinking it'll happen automatically. In a quarter-final, you can't expect the opposition to give up and let us through. It'll be another fiercely contested game. We have to resist and deliver the same performance we gave in the first leg.

Marseille should at least be at their peak physically after having being given the weekend off by the French League. In truth, though, the most helpful aspect of not taking on Montpellier was that it spared Marseille further indignation in what has been a dismal Ligue 1 campaign for Didier Deschamp's side.

The champions just two seasons ago, Marseille currently lie a lowly ninth in the league standings.

Conversely, Bayern are on a seven match winning run, which they continued with a 1-0 victory at Nurnburg on Saturday to close the gap on Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund to three points.

Team News: Despite his recent return to fitness, Bayern will be without midfielder Bastain Schweinsteiger through suspension. The only other absentees for manager Juup Heynckes to contend with are to long-term injury victims Daniel van Buyten and Breno.

Marseille receive a boost in the return of goalkeeper Steve Mandanda after suspension ruled him out of the first-leg. Defender Souleymane Diawara is also eligible after his suspension but injury should keep him out.

Former Bayern midfielder Alou Diarra misses the match after receiving his third yellow card of the competition at the Stade Velodrome last week.

Prediction: Even if Heynckes decides to rest a couple of players there is nothing to suggest that Marseille have any hope of progressing to the semi-finals, a fact l'OM's players probably even accept.

With important Bundesliga matches to come at the weekend and then in eight days' time against Dortmund, Bayern would love to get a goal or two early and put the tie completely to bed. 

Don't expect a classic Champions League encounter, with Bayern likely to cruise to victory.

Bayern Munich 2-0 Marseille