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They have already secured their sixth consecutive Bundesliga title, are in the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal, and take a 2-1 lead into the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie against Sevilla.

Gladbach retain an outside hope of qualifying for Europe after returning to winning ways against Hertha Berlin last time out - the Foals' first three-point haul since beating Hannover 1-0 on Matchday 24.

- Bayern Munich have only failed to progress from one of their 16 previous Champions League knockout ties in which they won the first leg away from home (vs Inter Milan in 2010-11).

Cristiano Ronaldo had single-handedly dismantled the Italian Champions when the two teams met last week in Italy.

"He's used all his experience at this level, he's a great man manager and all the players love him", reflected Hargreaves, lauding the way the 72-year-old sets up his soaring side.

Jupp Heynckes' side were able to resume control of proceedings as Sevilla faded - a exhausted hack over from Steven N'Zonzi indicating there would be no repeat of the late Old Trafford drama long before Correa disgraced himself- and Bayern's veteran coach remains in contention for a stunning repeat of his 2012-13 treble.

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Guardiola then added: "You have to defend a little better in the second half, but it is football but". Lingering doubts over Aguero mean it is likely Gabriel Jesus will have a role to play.

Sevilla might have beaten Manchester United at Old Trafford in the previous round to make it to the quarters for the first time ever.

"They will certainly go on the offensive", said Heynckes.

"They have to take risks and score two goals in our stadium".

"They are a team who press really well, but we know what we can do". They crashed to a 4-0 La Liga defeat at Celta Vigo on Saturday.

The Germans were the ones pushing for a goal in the closing stages but the goalless draw was enough for them to qualify for the semi-finals.

Bayern, though, having won 20 of their last 21 Champions League matches at home going into the game, could once again celebrate a familiar last-four ticket with a degree of comfort.

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