Champions League last 16 second legs
Full time: Chelsea (3) 2-0 (1) Galatasaray
Full time: Real Madrid (9) 3-1 (2) Schalke 04
21:44: Not exactly the Champions League's finest hour. Chelsea and Real Madrid book their place in the quarter final of this season's competition barely having played a competitive minute between them. Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill scored in the first half and was enough for Chelsea against a lacklustre Galatasaray. Real Madrid meanwhile warmed up for El Clasico by sweeping aside Schalke, with Cristiano Ronaldo's double seeing him draw level with Ferenc Puskas on 242 Real goals.
Tomorrow night promises to be slightly more competitive, when Manchester United take on Olympiakos, but an abacus might be required as Borussia Dortmund host Zenit St Petersburg, soon to be taken over by Andre Villas-Boas, after their 4-2 win in Russia. We'll have full coverage of both games but until then, goodbye.
Full time: Chelsea (3) 2-0 (1) Galatasaray
Full time: Real Madrid (9) 3-1 (2) Schalke 04
21:31: Chelsea seeking to put the icing on the cake at Stamford Bridge but Musler is equal to Eden Hazard's curled effort. Five minutes left but frankly this second leg was over long ago. Galatasaray have been wretched.
21:29: Ronaldo is chasing fourth place on Real's all-time leading scorers list but again the woodwork denies him. He goes clean through in the left channel of the penalty area but strikes the inside of the post. Schalke have folded in this second half.
21:24: Victory assured for Real with two goals in as many minutes. First, Ronaldo reacts first after the ball breaks off Bale before running at the Schalke back four and thumping into the back of the net, a goal which draws him level with Ferenc Puskas on 242 Real Madrid goals. Ronaldo misses the chance to usurp the Hungarian by hitting the bar from a tight angle before Bale tees up Morata for a the simple task of making it three. Perfect warm up for El Classico for Madrid.
Goal: Real Madrid (9) 3-1 (2) Schalke 04 (Alvaro Morata)
Goal: Real Madrid (8) 2-1 (2) Schalke 04 (Cristiano Ronaldo)
21:12: Forgive the lack of updates as these two Champions League last 16 second legs reach the mid-way point of the second half but there is a substancial lack of competitiveness at the moment. A couple of years ago, with no regret, the Champions League used to only come alive in the first knock-out round. You have to say this season's competition will only get going in the last eight stage and who knows, the draw might even consign us to more one-sided encounters. Nothing for Uefa to be proud of.
21:02: Chances continue to come for Real but the La Liga leaders are guilty of overplaying too much. Isco dances around the Schalke back four but Fährmann smothers the effort from close range.
20:59: The Blues are running riot and Muslera does brilliantly to hold Willian's stinging shot from 25 yards. Galatasaray yet to show anything in attack in this second period. Need something soon to start the shoots of recovery.
20:56: Chelsea threatening to waltz to victory here. Hazard runs around the entire Galatasaray defence before Eto'o tees up Oscar who is thwarted. In Madrid, Ronaldo is somehow denied by Fährmann.
20:49: Players back out for the second in both Madrid and London. Regulation second half? I think so too.
20:38: It's been regulation stuff in the Champions League tonight. While Schalke are putting up a fight, but one they are destined to lose after Tim Hoogland cancelled out Cristiano Ronaldo's goal to trail 7-2 on aggregate, Chelsea are strolling into the last eight against Galatasaray. Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill's goals have Jose Mourinho once again getting the better of Roberto Mancini, whose side have lacked bite in attack. They require two second half goals to retain their interest in this season's Champions League. The likelihood is the Premier League will have a representative in the quarter final. Hallelujah!
Half time: Chelsea (3) 2-0 (1) Galatasaray
Half time: Real Madrid (7) 1-1 (2) Schalke 04
20:30: Chelsea all but book a place in the last eight. Oscar's persistence wins a corner on the right hand side and after Terry forces a fine save out of Muslera from Lampard's cross, Gary Cahill reacts first to smash into the roof of the net. The killer goal, you feel.
Goal: Chelsea (3) 2-0 (1) Galatasaray (Gary Cahill)
20:27: Carlo Ancelotti's side have typically reacted to Schalke's equaliser but the best chance to go ahead has gone the way of the visitors. Huntelaar is put clean through on goal but only slides the ball wide of the left-hand post. Let off.
20:24: Didier Drogba might not get many chances tonight but it's fair to say he won't get further away than this latest effort. Galatasaray win a free-kick fully 35 yards from goal and Drogba winds up a shot which flies over the bar and almost hits the signage celebrating his name.
20:22: Chance for Chelsea to extend their lead and put one foot in the quarter final. Lampard's free-kick from the left and John Terry hooks a left-foot volley over the bar from eight yards. Better chance than I think the Blues skipper realised.
20:21: The start of a comeback? Perhaps not but some pride restored for Schalke with a leveller at the Bernabeu. Tim Hoogland is allowed to close in on goal and his deflected effort leaves Iker Casillas stranded.
Goal: Real Madrid (7) 1-1 (2) Schalke 04 (Tim Hoogland)
20:16: Galatasaray produce the best chance of a lifeless first 30 minutes at Stamford Bridge. Melo exchanges passes with Drogba who dragging his shot wide. Not been the best of starts from Roberto Mancini's men but while the deficit remains one they have a chance.
20:15: Somehow Real aren't two up on the night. Madrid win the ball high up the pitch and they have a three on two. Bale turns on the afterburners and crosses for Morata who somehow misses the target.
20:09: Real ahead and it's been coming. Morata feeds the ball to substitute Bale who cross for Ronaldo who tucks beyond Fährmann. 7-1 on aggregate now and we're heading closer to a cricket score.
Goal: Real Madrid (7) 1-0 (1) Schalke 04 (Cristiano Ronaldo)
20:06: Felipe Melo booked for a cynical foul on Willian as Chelsea look to break. Galatasaray have had most of the play since the goal and certainly don't look willing to sit back and see what happens. Must score to stay in the competition remember.
20:02: Half appeals for a penalty after Didier Drogba and Cesar Azpilicueta come together at the back post. Nothing doing from the referee. Now the Ivory Coast an tries an ambitious volley from 20 yards but the ball flies harmlessly over.
19:55: Drama of a different kind in Madrid where Real striker Jese Rodriguez, making just his first Champions League start of the season, is strechered after a nasty fall on his right knee. He is replaced by Gareth Bale. Not ideal ahead of El Clasico this weekend.
19:52: Chelsea were ahead in Turkey inside 10 minutes but it's taken just four to take the lead on home turf. Oscar slips Eto'o in behind, the chance appears to have gone as the Cameroonian cut sback inside, but he is allowed to shoot goalwards and Muslera can only get half a hand on the ball before it roles into the back of the net. Perfect start for Chelsea.
Goal: Chelsea (2) 1-0 (1) Galatasaray (Samuel Eto'o)
19:47: Under way at both Stamford Bridge and the Bernabeu.
19:43: Teams are in the tunnel in both Madrid and west London. One game is a formality, the other could go the distance. Kick off fast approaching
19:30: With Real Madrid all but through to the quarter final they'll be chasing a Champions League record against Schalke tonight. The record aggregate win in a two-legged tie in the Champions League was set by Bayern Munich in the 2008/09 season when the German giants beat Sporting Lisbon 12-1. Cristiano will fancy that.
19:23: Galatasaray don't just have to beat the Premier League leaders tonight, they have to take on the might of Jose Mourinho's Champions League record. The two-time winner of the Champions League hasn't been knocked out at the second round stage since the 2008/09 season with Inter Milan. Since, he hasn't failed to reach at least the semi-final, winning the competition for a second time in 2010. Quite a record.
19:16: Chelsea make just two changes from the first leg as Oscar and Samuel Eto'o come in ahead of Andre Schurrle and Fernando Torre. For Galatasaray there is just one change from the team which finishe the game in Turkey, with Didier Drogba starting in attack. Just as well, as it's been all about the Ivorian in the build-up.
In Spain meanwhile, with Schalke task with scoring six unopposed goals this evening in the Bernabeu, Jens Keller's side could have done without the inclusion of the 2013 Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo. It's a much changes Real side elsewhere, with Jese Rodriguez, Alvaro Morata and Isco all starting. Wouldn't get too excited about an upset there.
Chelsea v Galatasaray
Chelsea: Cech, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Ramires, Lampard, Oscar, Hazard, Willian, Eto'o
Galatasaray: Muslera, Eboue, Kaya, Chedjou, Telles, Yekta, Melo, Inan, Sneijder, Yilmaz, Drogba
Real Madrid v Schalke 04
Real Madrid: Casillas, Varane, Ramos, Coentrão, Ronaldo, Xabi Alonso, Nacho, Jesé, Morata, Isco, Illarra
Schalke 04: Fährmann, Hoogland, Höwedes, Matip, Kolasinac, Ayhan, Neustädter, Obasi, Meyer, Draxler, Huntelaar
19:00: With Arsenal and Manchester City having fallen to Bayern Munich and Barcelona respectively, Manchester United on the brink against Olympiakos and Tottenham Hotspur have all but been ousted by Benfica, Chelsea are fighting for the reputation of English clubs in Europe. Tonight they host a Galatasaray side spearheaded by the returning Didier Drogba and possess a fragile advantage after a 1-1 all draw in Turkey three weeks ago. Jose Mourinho's formidable European record is at stake at Stamford Bridge.