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American soccer players continue to impress in Europe and some USMNT players could see the field this week as the UEFA Champions League round of 16 resumes on Tuesday and Wednesday. You can watch the games on CBS All Access.

There are four rounds of 16 games this week and at least one American is expected, although we could possibly see two. Atletico Madrid host Chelsea in Bucharest on Tuesday, while Lazio host Bayern Munich. Atalanta will host Real Madrid at Wednesday’s games, while Manchester City will travel to Budapest to face Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Would you like more coverage of the Champions League? The Que Golazo! The podcast offers a full preview of Tuesday’s action. Hear below:

Here are the two Americans we got to see this week play, How to Watch, and what role they play:

1. Christian Pulisic, Chelsea

When: Tuesday, 3 p.m. ET
How to see: CBS All Access
His possible engagement against Atletico Madrid: Pulisic has not played for the club since February 11 and missed the time this month due to a calf problem. He has now recovered and is in the squad to face Atletico Madrid. It’s unclear if he’ll start the match, but it could be an opportunity to give Mason Mount some rest. As for the game, Atletico Madrid are keen to bring their full-backs forward, which can leave some room for damage when Pulisic sees the field. What feels most likely is an appearance from the bench that puts him back in business after another minor injury.

2. Zack Steffen, Manchester City

When: Wednesday, 3 p.m. ET
How to see: CBS All Access
His possible engagement against Borussia Mönchengladbach: The City substitute goalkeeper is very unlikely to see the field at all and Ederson is a surefire starter. Steffen only plays on Wednesday if Ederson knocks and has to be removed or if he gets a red card. Steffen is primarily a domestic cup goalkeeper for the club, where backups usually get their minutes during a season. He played in the UCL this year and played for Ederson against Marseille in the group stage.