American soccer players continue to make history, and we could see a record seven games in the Champions League knockout stage this season. The round of 16 begins on Tuesday with CBS All Access. There are four rounds of 16 games this week that some Americans are expected to play as the games gain momentum.

On Tuesday, Barcelona host PSG while RB Leipzig take on Liverpool. Seville hosts Dortmund and Juventus go to Porto on Wednesday. All games are first legs.

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Here are the five Americans we got to see playing, how to watch, and what role they play this week:

1. Tyler Adams, RB Leipzig

When: Tuesday, 3 p.m. ET
How to see: CBS All Access
His possible engagement: What a clash against Liverpool that Adams may have played a major role in. The hero who sent the team to the semi-finals last year is expected to play in this game. He has played in all six group stage games despite playing for 45 minutes or less. The defensive midfielder could possibly be used in the second half to consolidate the center of the field, depending on the situation. But if he is selected to start, which is not expected, it would be a chance for him to compete against one of the best teams in the past.

2nd & 3rd Sergino Dest and Konrad de la Fuente, Barcelona

When: Tuesday, 3 p.m. ET
How to see: CBS All Access
Your possible involvement:
All eyes are on PSG versus Barcelona and this could be a big point for the Americans at Barca. Let’s start with Konrad de la Fuente: he didn’t play for the senior team at all in 2021, his last game was in December. He’s made two appearances for UCL but that seems too big a point for him to break the bank, let alone play. Dest, on the other hand, has returned from an injury and is expected to play. Depending on how PSG are set up, he could very well be tasked with dealing with superstar Kylian Mbappe. Dest has played for the team regularly and with Maurio Pochettino having three behind the striker lately, it could be Mbappe on the left against the former Ajax man.

4. Gio Reyna, Borussia Dortmund

When: Wednesday, 3 p.m. ET
How to see: CBS All Access
His possible engagement: Gio Reyna has the chance to start what could be a very exciting test against Sevilla. Sevilla have strong physical defense that likes to move forward which could mean some chances for Reyna. However, with Erling Haaland at the helm, Sevilla are expected to play much more cautiously, especially at home. But Reyna should have at least 30 minutes, and he should also be able to own the ball near the top of the box and try to make a difference. Sometimes there is a break and a lot of space between Seville’s backline and defensive midfield, which could allow Reyna to venture into space in the future. However, keep an eye on how much he is playing because if he has been playing less than 80 minutes lately Dortmund will not win and cannot win any of the last four. In his last three games, in which he played over 80 minutes, Dortmund won all of them.

5. Weston McKennie, Juventus

When: Wednesday, 3 p.m. ET
How to see: CBS All Access
His possible engagement:
Weston McKennie appears to be at home at Juve and one would hope that his goal last time at Barcelona would hopefully lead to a start. Like Reyna, Juve wins when he has played significant minutes lately. In his last three games, which he played for at least an hour, Juve won all three games and was a creative attacking force. In the last two defeats against Napoli and Inter Milan, he had an average of half an hour. His energy from the start is something his teammates can benefit from and after starting Juve’s last three UCL games he could be in Andrea Pirlo’s plan for Wednesday against a defensive team from Porto.