Manchester City Are Most Likely To Win The Champions League This Season

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Manchester United could have got the likes of Tottenham, Ajax or Porto in the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals.

If the reds go through they will face Barcelona or Man Utd in the semi final.

This is the first season since 2009/10 that defending champions Real Madrid did not progress beyond the round of 16, which means there will be a new victor of the Champions League after Los Blancos won the past three consecutive finals. The person who made the prediction is presumably a Tottenham fan, who sent out his predictions a day before the draw was even made.

"What I want is to come back from the global break with people fit, ready to play the last month and a half with everybody making his own contribution because if we are able to get to the semi-finals (of the FA Cup), April is incredible with the fixtures we have, a lot of games, and everybody will be necessary to play". Ajax won in 1973, the third of its four European titles, and Juventus won its second title in 1996.

The final teams drawn were Tottenham Hostpur and Manchester City.

The quarterfinal first legs are scheduled for April 11; the second legs set for April 18.

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Liverpool have since learned that they will play Porto over two legs in the next stage of the competition.

Click through the gallery above to see the top goalscorer of each team left in the 2018/19 Champions League. Klopp's side were convincing in their victory over Bayern Munich while Porto beat AS Roma.

Well, Pep Guardiola's men have received an SPI rating of 94.7 and have an 80 per cent chance of making it to the semi-finals, along with a 58 per cent chance of reaching the final and 34 per cent chance of winning the competition.

The first of which was a 3-2 aggregate win over French giants PSG, however they came unstuck against eventual winners Real Madrid in the last-4, failing to score in 180 minutes. But Marco Silva's men held Liverpool to a draw in their last home game and I always sense that this side has goals in them.

Juventus have lost five finals since then but are hoping Ronaldo can fire them to glory this season after his hat-trick knocked out Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.

The draw will be shown live on BT Sport 2.