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‘It won't be a stroll’

FCB fully focused on sealing last four berth

Despite a going-in position described by coach Jupp Heynckes as “outstanding", Bayern are taking nothing for granted in the Champions League quarter-final return at home to Olympique Marseille on Tuesday evening (Live in English from 8.45 pm CET on Web Radio). “Never forget that Marseille were 2–0 down in Dortmund but came back to win 3–2," the boss warned.

Bayern are 2–0 up from the first leg, “but it's no more than a psychological advantage," Heynckes continued, knowing his men face a physical battle similar to the clash in the south of France less than a week ago. OM successfully applied to have their weekend league match postponed in order to prepare more effectively for their first-ever trip to Germany's biggest club. “We should see that as a warning. It indicates that they’ll come to the Allianz Arena and give it everything they’ve got," Heynckes remarked.