Tottenham face Manchester City in Champions League quarter-finals

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Tottenham face Manchester City in Champions League quarter-finals

Can Ole Solksjaer keep up his magic as the Man U manager, or will Lionel Messi and the Barcelona side be too much?

9 April, first legs: Tottenham v Manchester City and Liverpool v Porto.

Below we take a look at how each of the aforementioned quadruple have fared at the quarter-final stage in the Champions League era (1992/93 onwards). The person who made the prediction is presumably a Tottenham fan, who sent out his predictions a day before the draw was even made. We already know that Atletico will be unable to play on their own pitch as they were knocked out by Juventus in the previous round and that we will have a new name on the trophy after three years since Real Madrid were eliminated by Ajax.

Hopefully, we don't go 2-0 down in the first leg at home as we did against PSG.

Meanwhile, Manchester United face another monumental task after their Paris Saint-Germain comeback, having drawn Barcelona in the most mouth-watering game of the draw.

The second leg will be at the Estadio do Dragao and will take place on Wednesday 17 April.

The two Manchester clubs were also hit by the regulation in 2011-12, when both were drawn at home in the second leg of their round-of-32 Europa League ties.

Liverpool will be feeling quietly confident after ran out easy winners the last time they met Porto in the Champions League.

Liverpool were arguably handed the most favourable draw of the round, facing 2004 winners Porto.

Of late, he's had a bit of an eye for goal - notching two in the recent thrashing of Watford, as well as the vital second goal in the Reds' win over Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

"Because that would mean one of them reaches the semi-final, and I think they are doing so, so well in the competition, it would be unbelievable for one of them and their countries".

Barcelona finished third in the website's list, while Juventus came fourth and Ajax were fifth.

Tottenham meanwhile saw off Bundesliga high-flyers Borussia Dortmund 4-0 over two legs, the damage being done with a 3-0 win at Wembley in the first match. Chelsea is especially happy that its draw of Slavia Prague, who it will not overlook, allows it some flexibility with the Liverpool league fixture sandwiched in between.

You can watch all the Champions League action exclusively live on BT Sport and across our digital platforms. Instead of drawing one of five extra challenging clubs to sandwich around a home league date with Chelsea, the Reds will get arguably their best possible challenger.

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