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The marathon sprint in the group stage of the Champions League is nearing its end. The fifth matchday will take place on Tuesday with eight games across the continent. Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and Ajax are under pressure to take wins while some teams will occupy places in the round of 16.

Which teams will score three important points and which teams will collapse under pressure this week? The soccer experts at CBS Sports have made their selections below. You can track all actions on CBS All Access.

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Time: Tuesday, 12:55 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Argument for Red Bull Salzburg: Salzburg is desperate for points and has had some unfortunate transitions. You will get the result. – Sandra Herrera

Argument for Lokomotiv Moscow: Salzburg has to win in order to have a chance of a place in the Europa League, while Loko was hard to beat despite his inability to win and can still reach the knockout phase. I see a Russian victory because of a leaky Austrian defense. – Jonathan Johnson

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Time: Tuesday, 12:55 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Arguments for Real Madrid: A game Real Madrid must win for more than one reason. Karim Benzema’s return helps and despite the injuries (Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos, Federico Valverde, Dani Carvajal, etc.. . ) I think Los Blancos are doing enough to score a win against a Shakhtar side that lost their last two Champions League games. – Luis Miguel Echegaray

Arguments for a tie: When the two teams met in Madrid, Shakhtar Donetsk won, which means that the visitors are hungry for revenge. However, an away win will be difficult as Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos and Federico Valverde are all out due to injury. – Thomas Rongen

Time: Tuesday, 3 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Case for Atletico Madrid: Bayern Munich will almost certainly change the squad as they have already qualified for the knockout round. With Atletico also resting key players like Joao Felix last weekend, Diego Simeone knows this is a must to secure second place in the group. – Luis Miguel Echegaray

Argument for Bayern Munich: Atleti was a surprisingly competent offensive team this season, and Bayern have nothing to offer. But Bayern are the best in the world even with a highly twisted squad. – Mike L. . Goodman

Time: Tuesday, 3 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Argument for Borussia Mönchengladbach: If anyone can explain what Antonio Conte and the Champions League are all about, please tell me I would like to know. It is also easy to see why lively attackers like Marcus Thuram and Alassane Plea (if available) have been so successful on the European stage. Why shouldn’t this go on against an Inter team that needs to know they’re out? – James Benge

Arguments for Inter Milan: This group is still wide open. If you’re not at home and need a win, it will be interesting to see how cagey Antonio Contes Inter Milan starts the game against a Borussia team that has scored eight goals in the last two games. I think they will be able to take the pressure and hit The Foals in the break and I think this one ends up 2-1 for the visitors. – Aaron West

Time: Tuesday, 3 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Argument for Manchester City: is Pep Guardiola’s Man City finally making her move? They beat Burnley 5-0 in the Premier League over the weekend and last week despite only scoring once when they dominated Olympiacos. Look for more of this. – Mike L. . Goodman

Arguments for a tie: Porto welcomes Manchester City knowing that a tie will seal their place in the next round. I think that’s exactly what we’re going to get, but I think it’ll be fun. – Aaron West

Time: Tuesday, 3 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Argument for Marseille: Marseille will want to lose their unwanted record of 13 straight defeats as soon as possible and they can still catch Olympiacos for the Europa League berth – if they want. – Jonathan Johnson

Argument for Olympiacos: As things are going for them at the moment, I can’t predict anything other than another defeat for Marseille. It’s painful to see. – James Benge

Time: Tuesday, 3 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Case for Atalanta: Gian Piero Gasperini’s boys are so tired after playing every three days that they are not used to it, but they will win this one thanks to their best player: Papu Gomez. – Fabrizio Romano

Arguments for a tie: Midtylland are others who have been better than their record suggests, while Atalanta has been an unpredictable machine so far this year. For all their qualities, they could be unprepared on Tuesday. – James Benge

Time: Tuesday, 3 p.m.. m. ET (CBS All Access)

Case for Liverpool: Liverpool did not receive any penalties in this game and actually flourished in attack. Liverpool have scored multiple goals for the second time in their last five games. – Roger Gonzalez

Argument for Ajax: Amsterdam want to build on a routine 3-1 win against Midtjylland and will take advantage of the fact that the hosts will have to do without three key defenders when they meet on Tuesday. – Thomas Rongen

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