Manchester City vs. Paris Saint-Germain

Tuesday, 3 p.m. (CBS Sports Network, Univision, TUDN)

Manchester City comes home for the second leg of this men’s Champions League semifinal series with a 2-1 lead. City would probably be favored no matter what, but it’s especially true with PSG star Kylian Mbappé fighting to overcome a calf injury.

Cruz Azul vs. Toronto FC

Tuesday, 10:15 p.m. (FS1, TUDN)

Cruz Azul won Toronto’s home leg of this Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal series, 3-1, and in doing so became the favorite to win the tournament.

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Chelsea

Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. (NBCSN)

On Sunday, Chelsea’s women’s team reached the Champions League final for the first time with a 4-1 thumping of Bayern Munich. Now, Sam Kerr, Pernille Harder, Fran Kirby, and the Blues turn attention back to the FA Women’s Super League as they try to win the title for the second straight season. Spurs’ Shelina Zadorsky and Alanna Kennedy will hope there’s a Champions League hangover as they aim for an upset.

Chelsea vs. Real Madrid

Wednesday, 3 p.m. (CBS Sports Network, Univision, TUDN)

After a 1-1 tie in Madrid last week, Chelsea might just be the favorite coming home to win this men’s Champions League semifinal series, and possibly set up an all-English final. But beating Real Madrid in the European Cup is always a mighty task, requiring as much mental fortitude as talent on the field.

» READ MORE: Christian Pulisic scores in Chelsea’s 1-1 Champions League tie at Real Madrid

Racing Club vs. São Paulo

Wednesday, 6 p.m. (beIN Sports Español)

Any time teams from Argentina and Brazil meet in the Copa Libertadores, it’s a must-watch game. You’ll see familiar faces in Racing winger Ignacio Piatti, formerly of Club de Foot Montréal, and São Paulo’s Dani Alves, a former star of Sevilla, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, and Brazil’s national team. In fact, they might line up on the same side of the field.

» READ MORE: This week's Copa Libertadores schedule

Monterrey vs. Columbus Crew

Wednesday, 8 p.m. (FS2, TUDN)

The first leg of this CCL series was a 2-2 tie in Columbus that seemed to feature as many refereeing controversies as there were goals. The Crew have the talent to at least tie on the road but probably have to go for a win because of Monterrey’s away goals.

» READ MORE: José Andrés Martínez’s red card in the Union's loss to NYCFC drew rare criticism from Jim Curtin, and could draw an extra suspension

Club América vs. Portland Timbers

Wednesday, 10:15 p.m. (FS1, TUDN)

Union fans will want to stay up late to watch this one if their team advances past Atlanta, because the winner of this series will be up next in the semifinals. Portland tied América, 1-1, in the first leg at home thanks to a wild sequence in second-half stoppage time that ended with a Timbers penalty kick. If Portland can steal a result in the Azteca, it will be even more epic.

Paris FC vs. Paris Saint-Germain

Thursday, 12:30 p.m. (

Marie-Antoinette Katoto and PSG have to win this Paris derby in the French women’s league to keep its lead atop the standings and continue its effort to dethrone Lyon.

» READ MORE: USWNT’s Sam Mewis is as humble as ever as the Olympics loom

Arsenal vs. Villarreal

Thursday, 3 p.m. (Galavisión, Paramount+)

In the Europa League semifinals, Villarreal won its first leg at home, 2-1, and Manchester United routed AS Roma, 6-2, at Old Trafford. The latter series is likely settled, but can the Gunners break down Villarreal’s stingy defense in London and overturn the deficit?