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Arjen Robben said Bayern Munich can take nothing for granted against Sevilla in Wednesday's home quarter-final after the Spaniards already eliminated Manchester United from the Uefa Champions League.

"A 2-1 win away from home is always great, but it's not the same as 5-0 against Besiktas", said Robben, referring to their first-leg win in the last 16. They are a team who press really well, but we know what we can do. However, they are on course to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League for an eighth successive season as they enjoy a 3-0 lead in their tie with Juve.

However, a single star does not a winning team make, and Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes has had his share of talent and depth on the bench to choose from.

"I'm not interested in talk of favorites, I prefer to show it out on the pitch and we must respect all clubs and all aspects of football".

It took a goal from their opponents before Bayern started to kick things into high gear, and still only managed to score one with a lucky own goal from Navas to bring their tally up to two.

Sevilla are set to be boosted by the return of Ever Banega, who was sidelined through suspension.

Heynckes said Boateng has recovered and is fit to play.

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Jupp Heynckes' men secured a sixth straight league title at the weekend after coming from behind to dispatch Augsburg 4-1.

Versatile full-back Alaba has missed Bayern's last two matches with back problems while midfielder Vidal picked up a knee injury in the first leg.

A draw would be enough to see Bayern go through and it's (7.50) if the result ends that way in the Bavarian capital.

Top-scorer Robert Lewandowski, who has netted 35 goals in 39 games for Bayern this season, is just one yellow card from a ban.

The Frenchman is only 21 but his part in Bayern's Bundesliga title win on Saturday means he has played at least a small part in six league title wins in a row. What's more is that they have scored 67 goals in those games, an average of 3.5 goals per game.

"The match lasts 90 minutes, so it's important that we are in it for the whole 90 minutes", the Italian told the media ahead of Wednesday's game.

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