The Germans battled from behind to win 2-1 in Sevilla last week and should add a second victory.
Jupp Heynckes's men are no bigger than 1-4 at bet365 to increase their advantage so take them to do so in style.
Sevilla knocked out Man United in the previous round but are still deemed to be the weakest survivors and have been written off at 25-1 with betfair to qualify.
Heynckes won the Champions League twice in his previous spell with Bayern and is the last coach to lift this trophy without Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo.
He does have Robert Lewandowski though and the Poland star is 9-4 at McBookie to open the scoring.
Ronaldo inspired Real Madrid to a 3-0 win away to Juventus and while the Italians are 66-1 to qualify it seems they haven't thrown in the towel.
Max Allegri rested six players for the weekend win at Benevento but will be without banned striker Paulo Dybala and that's a big miss.
Juve's tactics should lead to goals and over 2.5 looks on at x-x and with Sergio Ramos banned an away goal is highly possible – but they need three.
Real are no bigger than 4-6 with Marathonbet to win on the night while Juve are 23-5 with the same firm.
Ronaldo's bicycle kick in Turin will live long in the memory and he is 13-17 at Unibet to score again and 11-4 to strike first.
- Bayern Munich v Sevilla over 2.5 goals
- Real Madrid v Juventus over 2.5 goals
- Ronaldo to score first