When and Where: The UEFA Champions League round-of-16 second-leg kicks-off from the San Siro at 3.45 p.m. ET. The match will be shown live on the Fox Soccer Channel, while you can also watch the full 90 minutes online from 5.45 p.m. ET on FoxSoccer2Go. If you're in the UK, the same will be available on SkyGo.

Preview: Andre Ayew's late goal in the Stade Velodrome three weeks ago gives Marseille the edge going into the second-leg at the San Siro. While the French champions may be tempted to sit back and defend their narrow advantage, Marseille will also be aware that if they can snatch an away goal it will leave Inter needing to score three.

Both sides have been in fairly insipid form in recent times. Inter managed to record their first win in 10 matches on Friday, in a run that also included seven defeats. With the Milanese side now unlikely to qualify for the Champions League next season, their campighn could effectively be over if they fail to progress on Tuesday.

Marseille's form has been little better, though. Indeed Didier Deschamp's men have suffered four consecutive Ligue 1 defeats since their first-leg victory. With Marseille languishing in eighth place, they too will be desperate for a victory to distract from what has been has been a disappointing season.

Team News: Inter will be without Cristian Chivu, who is suspended following his third booking of the Champions League in the first-leg. Fellow defender Andrea Ranocchia will also be missing, through injury. But, with Walter Samuel and Lucio fit and available, Inter should not be unduly hampered by their absence,

Marseille's goal scorer form the first-leg Andre Ayew is a doubt after missing Friday's defeat to Ajaccio, but the Ghanaian is expected to start having been named in the squad. Striker Loic Remy should also return to the starting 11 after coming off the bench to make his comeback from injury on Friday, with Brandao expected to drop to the bench.

Prediction: Both sides recent poor form, which only adds to the importance of this tie, means that the contest may be more about tension than quality. While a goal for Marseille would change the complexion of the tie, their failure to score in their last four fixtures does not breed confidence,

The outcome of the tie could well be in the balance right until the end of the 90 minutes, and quite possibly beyond.

Inter 1-0 Marseille