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Poll: UEFA Champions League Predictions 2019 (32 votes)

FC Barcelona 47%
Juventus 22%
Liverpool 6%
Manchester City 9%
Manchester United 13%
Other 3%

We're back, baby! The UEFA Champions League Round of 16 has come to a wrap, and we're back with the predictions! Like with any other competition, last eight mean things get spicy. At this stage, any team can dream with European glory and, who knows, world glory. It's safe to say that the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League has been the most exciting in recent years; Real Madrid, winners in 2016, 2017 and 2018, have been eliminated after a humiliating 4-1 defeat at the Santiago Bernabeu to Erik Ten Hag's young AFC Ajax squad. It is confirmed that someone else will get the bragging rights come June! Will Leo Messi lead Barça to a 6th Champions League trophy and his personal fifth to match Cristiano Ronaldo? Can Juve get to the final for the third time in five years and be able to win it this time around with Mr. Champions League on the pitch? Will Liverpool conquer Europe after losing last year's final? Will Sheikh Mansour's billions finally seal the deal for Guardiola's City? Might the Red Devils rack up another victory in Europe's most distinguished competition now that Ole's at the wheel? Discuss and be sure to leave your thoughts down below!

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Draw takes place this Friday in Nyon (12:00 local time).

Top scorers of the UEFA Champions League:

Lionel Messi (Barcelona)- 8 goals

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)- 8 goals

Dusan Tadic (Ajax)- 6 goals

Moussa Marega (FC Porto)- 6 goals

Edin Dzeko (Roma)- 5 goals

Neymar (PSG)- 5 goals

Harry Kane (Tottenham)- 5 goals

Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim)- 5 goals

Sergio Agüero (Manchester City)- 5 goals

Paulo Dybala (Juventus)- 5 goals

Most assists:

Kylian Mbappé (PSG)- 5 assists

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Barca, City or Juve. Going with Juve because bias.

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Barca, City or Juve. Going with Juve because bias.

Heh, fair enough.

Any reason for why you believe Juve will win or was it just a coin flip between those three? If it was, no problem

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Juve or city

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@purpleperson said:

Barca, City or Juve. Going with Juve because bias.

Heh, fair enough.

Any reason for why you believe Juve will win or was it just a coin flip between those three? If it was, no problem

Well yeah, I think they're all pretty evenly matched. Juve have the worst midfield of those teams, but probably the best defence + Ronaldo. They showed they can fight to win even when the odds are against them v Atletico, so at the moment I'll give it to them but I say it's pretty much a 3 way coin flip.

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I want Man U to win but it's not going to happen sadly.

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Juve, City, Pool or Barcelona

Underdogs : the other four

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One never knows. Man U had ten players out for the second leg in Paris- ten- and it happened. The impossible comeback took place. They could potentially even cruise through the quarters if the draw is favorable. With Ole at the wheel the Red Devils have been playing pretty good football and could cause a shock especially if the big dogs underestimate them...

(Yeah, it's still very unlikely, sorry)

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People ARE showing a lot of faith in Juventus... interesting.

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People ARE showing a lot of faith in Juventus... interesting.

Ronaldo-force, that´s it.

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@payneintheass:

Try looking for Ronaldo in the top-scorer list I compiled :)

On a more serious note, I can understand that, though Juve with CR7 on the pitch lost 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano to this weak Atlético Side and only narrowly made it through on aggregate. If Juve have an away match against, say, Barça or Man. City, and play half as bad as they did then, they might very well be trounced and have no chance to do another comeback.

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Quarter-final draw LIVE tomorrow (12:00 Nyon time) for anyone who's interested.

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Hopefully pool doesn't win it tho

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@eobard21 said:

Hopefully pool doesn't win it tho

Why? :( Man U fan?

Just messing with you

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@dark-sith123: Yup haha but it's gonna be tough for us against Barcelona

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Alright, the draw results are out! The semi-finals have also been determined (winner of semi-final 3 faces winner of semi-final 1, winner of semi-final 4 faces winner of semi-final 2) but I will only be discussing the quarter-final matches.

Ajax vs Juventus: It's not going to be a stroll in the park for the Vecchia Signora. Far from it. Ajax's youngsters have been doing great, and after their impressive display against Real Madrid, they have certainly proved themselves to be a challenge for any team that goes up against them. Ajax's youth can be a blessing, but it can be a curse as well- the young core of the Dutch side still lacks real UCL experience as opposed to Juve who on top of everything have Ronaldo. In the end, Juve have players that can make the difference, among them Ronaldo and Dybala, and the team as a whole is very experienced, in direct contrast to the opposition. Juve will edge it out in the end, getting a decent result away from home and then secure a place in the semis at home.

Liverpool vs FC Porto: The most straightforward tie out of the four. Porto lack Pepe and Herrera for the first leg away at Anfield, and they haven't faced a real test in the UCL this season- their group was notoriously weak and in the Round of 16 they went up against a weak Roma side. Liverpool, on the other hand, have been having a great season, making it out of the group of death, beating Bayern solidly in Munich and still being quite alive in the PL title race. This will be essentially a 'rinse and repeat' of last year with the only difference being that the Reds start at home this time. Regardless of that, Klopp's side cruises through the reigning Portuguese champions and books a spot in the next round.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City: Again, this is pretty much a one horse race. After a relatively bumpy start to the season, City have found the ideal form and are killing it be it in domestic competitions be it in Europe- Schalke would know all about it. Agüero is putting balls in the back of the net with astounding ease, making him a threat for any team in the world no matter how strong their back line, and the rest of the team is simply sensational- the side from Manchester has elite players for pretty much every position. Ederson, De Bruyne, David Silva, Sané, Sterling, Bernardo Silva are a few names among a luxurious repertoire. Spurs did trounce Dortmund, but the German side are in a horrible run of form and domestically, the same applies to Poch's boys. City will have a field day with Tottenham and go through to the semis for the second time in the club's history.

Manchester United vs FC Barcelona: This one is closer, no doubt, but there's still one team that's better than the other. Yes, Ole's at the wheel, Man U have been on fire (save for the Arsenal game this past weekend), and the PSG comeback is another moment that will certainly go down in UCL history. However, Barça have been impressive this season, and the 5-1 win over Lyon only served to prove that- yes, there have been certain moments where Barça breaks down, but if the team is fit, then there's no reason why they shouldn't best the Red Devils. After three consecutive seasons of losing out in the quarter-finals, Lionel Messi will also be hungry for more and determined to get the Catalan side over the line in this tie. Besides, even if Man U did make the come back against PSG, they still lost 2-0 at home and did rely on Lady Luck to seal the deal in France. Barça are much stronger than PSG, so no home defeats are permissible...

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@eobard21 said:

@dark-sith123: Yup haha but it's gonna be tough for us against Barcelona

Okay then, fair enough.

Barça will have a hard time with Man U especially given their displays in the quarter finals these past couple of seasons, but in the end, I see Messi making the difference. Besides, Man U's team still needs to be improved on here and there.

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Well RIP Man U. As much as I'm rooting for them I just don't see them winning against Barca but I'm still hopeful.

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Well RIP Man U. As much as I'm rooting for them I just don't see them winning against Barca but I'm still hopeful.

On the plus side, you guys can focus on domestic competitions- you can still win the FA Cup, and third place is perfectly within reach if you keep beating the opposition. Furthermore, it's the first time Man U reach the quarters of the UCL since 2014 (Moyes' side was knocked out by Bayern 4-2 on aggregate) and only the third time in the 2010 decade that you actually make it to the quarters (the other time was in 2011 when the Red Devils actually reached the final but lost it 3-1 to Barça, interestingly enough), so it's good to actually make it this far for the first time in five years and third in the decade. It's also a good start for a team that wants to get back to the glory days, quarters of the UCL is pretty good no matter how you look at it.

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@dark-sith123:

you can still win the FA Cup

Just lost to Wolverhampton...

RIP. Oh well still not quite as bad as Man City essentially beating Swansea through luck (an illegitimate penalty and an off side goal) so I can't feel too bad.

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Yes, about that, you can now focus on the Prem! Arsenal and Spurs (especially the latter, being Spurs) can still slip up and UEFA Champions League football can be guaranteed next season. Assuming that Barça does goes through- if Man U manage to shut out Messi then scoring one or two goals might be all that's left. Easier said than done, but...

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@dark-sith123: It is easier said than done but I'm hoping Man U can at least make it to the Semi's in the Champions League and perhaps move up the table in the premier league. Not looking to great given their recent performance against Arsenal and their particularly shocking performance against Wolverhampton tonight but I'm confident they'll pick themselves back up and I'm praying they'll make it to the Semi's of the Champions League (though it is unlikely).

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I'm rooting for Man U so bad but after their dreadful performances against Arsenal and Wolverhampton I fear for how they'll perform against a team of Barcelona's quality.

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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS

FC Porto left-back Alex Telles injured

This past Saturday, despite besting SC Braga 3-2 in an important league match that kept the team equal on points with rivals SL Benfica at the top of the table, FC Porto lost an important player, left-back Alex Telles, who scored a penalty in that match- in the runup, however, the Brazilian suffered a bursitis that took him out of Tuesday's cup match against the same opposition. Although a lot is uncertain at this point, it's possible that the Portuguese giants will not be able to field Telles in the first leg at Anfield which would make their situation even worse than it already is- key players Pepe and Hector Herrera are out for the Anfield match through suspension.

Cristiano Ronaldo to miss Amsterdam fixture

While playing for the Portuguese national team on Monday before last, Cristiano Ronaldo left Estádio da Luz in intense pain early on in the 1-1 draw against Serbia for the 2020 Euro qualifiers. As expected, Ronaldo hasn't featured in Juve's last two league matches and is being groomed for the big occasion against the Dutchmen. Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri believes his star player will be fit come next week, but again, there is the likelihood that such will not come to pass and that the Vecchia Signora will venture to the Netherlands at an inherent disadvantage. The Italian side still possesses a vast repertoire of world class players, so both teams will have to bring on their A-game in order to succeed.

Big money move...

After crashing out to Liverpool in the Round of 16, Bayern Munich seek to improve their squad for next season and have started off their spending spree on the right foot by spending £68 million on French defender Lucas Hernandez from Atlético Madrid. The youngster can play as both left-back and center-back, starting for France in the former during the WC'18 campaign. The colchoneros, however, have also lost Diego Godín to Inter on a free and might lose José María Giménez for Florentino Pérez is willing to pay big money to have the Uruguayan in the Bernabeu. Simeone's lads need to go shopping. Which leads us to...

Prolific Porto duo to move to Madrid

For teams like FC Porto and SL Benfica, success comes at a big price. Their star players immediately fall under the radar of bigger teams who take them and cement them as world class talents. Éder Militão, the 20-year-old Brazilian superstar who can play as center-back and rightback, has already gone to the other side of the Spanish capital for 50 million euros, and two other players might be packing their bags and start looking for a place to live in the neighboring country. Alex Telles and Mexican central-midfielder Hector Herrera, who last season scored the 90th minute title-winning goal against arch-rivals Benfica, the latter in the last year of his contract, are said to be one inch away from wrapping up their transfer. The Brazilian full-back has a release clause of 40 million euros, a value which Atleti president Enrique Cerezo seems willing to cough up in order to obtain the services of what is indisputably a top notch player.

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I'm rooting for Man U so bad but after their dreadful performances against Arsenal and Wolverhampton I fear for how they'll perform against a team of Barcelona's quality.

Speaking of Wolverhampton...

(sorry, I have to do this)

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Yes

And Messi came on against Villarreal today (and scored) so he's more than fit for Old Trafford

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As the UEFA Champions League quarter final matches edge ever closer, it is essential for any team competing at this high a level of football to be in good form ahead of the big occasion. And so far, it would appear that most sides in the last eight have been performing well.

On Friday last, Liverpool bested Southampton (3-1) and are top of the Premier League, though City have yet to play this weekend and if Guardiola's side does best Crystal Palace, a scenario looking highly probable, then the Reds will fall back down to second place and must essentially pray that Ole's crew be able to emerge victorious in the Manchester Derby at Old Trafford. In front of their own fans, the Saints started off with a bang, putting one past Alisson as soon as the ninth minute. Veteran striker Shane Long was there once again to haunt Jürgen Klopp. However, midfielder Naby Keita evened the scoreboard before half-time, and there was nothing between the two teams at the break. In the second half, Southampton successfully latched onto the draw for thirty-five minutes. The home side was not able to get in a point that would be crucial to see out the season, in no small part due to the genius of Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian Pharaoh himself. Hendo put the nail in the coffin shortly before the match came to an end, and Klopp's boys got another three points ahead of the European clash with FC Porto, the Portuguese side that...

Isn't doing too badly. Last night, the Dragons racked up their third consecutive league victory by bettering Boavista (2-0). The home side, in spite of their dominance, was unable to get past the absolute wall that was Boavista goalie Rafael Bracali until the 40th minute, where Brazilian forward Tiquinho Soares scored from the spot. The game died when Bracali went from hero to zeroo, letting in an Otávio shot from outside the box that, honestly, should have been kept out fairly easily. With the contest in Estádio do Dragão done and dusted, Sérgio Conceição's men slowed down and saved their strength for the match on Tuesday.

Spurs, who aren't playing this weekend, took all three points in their Wednesday outing against Crystal Palace (2-0), putting an end to a particularly troublesome dry spell. Palace, who will play City tomorrow, had a hard time at Wembley, managing to keep the opposition out for a protracted period of time considering the number of shots made by Poch's lads, but like nearly every team that tries to keep a 0-0 draw in complicated circumstances, eventually crumbled. Heung Min Son, the Korean star, opened the score and Eriksen cemented Spurs' lead, which was now unassailable. The team's morale recieved a helpful boost ahead of the big match against the reigning Premier League champions, but the Tuesday confrontation will be an entirely different story.

A Ronaldo-less Juve had way too many issues against AC Milan to make the 2-1 victory against the Rossoneri be a motive for ecstasy among the fans. In the first half, Polish striker Piatek, who has been superb this season especially since joining Milan, proved to be quite capable of troubling Massimiliano Allegri's side and put the Milan squad ahead at half-time. Dybala stepped up for his side and made it 1-1 from the spot; the Vecchia Signora was back in it. Just as the fans present in Turin braced for a one-all scoreline, Moise Kean came on from the bench to bag the winner- this boy is absolutely on fire and Ajax will be making a fatal mistake if, at any point, the insane skills and talent the youngster possesses are overlooked or underestimated. Juventus now looks to groom Ronaldo for the match in Amsterdam, but chances are the superstar won't be available.

Speaking of Amsterdam, Ajax aren't looking quite too shabby. Having just knocked PSV off top spot after the 3-1 win in Amsterdam, Ajax kept their good form going by trouncing Willem II 4-1. Dutch center-mid Donny van de Beek led the way, making it 1-0 around a quarter of an hour after the first whistle. It wasn't, as the result would indicate, however, a stroll in the park- young striker Alexander Isak kept his cool from twelve yards and brought the game to life. Willem have only themselves to blame for the 2-1 scoreline at the break; after all, Frank Heerkens put it into his own net and handed the game to Erik Ten Hag's side on a silver platter. Come the second half, the game had been stripped of all the life it once had, with Joel Veltman and Hakim Ziyech finishing off the home side. Having already pulled off a shock 4-1 win at the Bernabeu, Ajax now look to eliminate Ronaldo from what could be considered his league and be the story of the year, perhaps even of the decade.

Manchester United, of course, a very special club that has taken the liberty of being different and breaking the trend. Where the five clubs discussed previously did their job, the Red Devils did not and lost. To Wolves. Again. After crashing out in the FA Cup to Nuno Espirito Santo's side due to another wonderful display from the Jimenez/Jota duo, Ole would have to take the wheel in a more assertive manner and win the match. Wolves had lost to Burnley (2-0) in their previous match, so perhaps it wouldn't be so complicated. As it turned out, it was just as complicated. The start of the fixture was completely different- Scott McTominay put the Manchester side ahead early on, but usual suspect Diogo Jota struck again and evened the scoreboard. Chris Smalling broke the stalemate near the match's end by scoring- in his own net, unsurprisingly. While Man U fans are scratching their heads thinking on why their club still employs Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Ashley Young, Wolves fans are chanting "can we play you every week". This is not the ideal run of form one would like to have when Barcelona is on the horizon.

Manchester City, in contrast to their local rivals, managed to scrape in a crucial 1-0 victory against Brighton in the FA Cup. A one goal scoreline doesn't necessarily mean close-cut affair, for the side managed by Pep Guardiola scored through Gabriel Jesus when only four minutes had elapsed since the referee's first whistle. The remainder of the match was controlled by the home team who had the most chances, most shots, the most possession by a rather noticeable margin and were seldom threatened by Brighton, who at least made it to the semi-finals of the FA Cup, contrary to five out of the teams in the top six. Having gotten this result, City have booked a ticket to the final and now await the outcome of Watford vs Wolves, with the winner facing them in the final.

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Barça have just defeated Atlético (2-0) with two goals scored in rapid succession by Luis Suárez and Lionel Messi. Yup, things aren't looking great for Ole and his men.

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We're on! Liverpool-Porto and Spurs-Man. City start in five minutes!

Duel of the Fates just played in Spurs' stadium. The goosebumps... I just fell in love with Tottenham

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Naby Keita puts Liverpool 1-0 ahead!

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Agüero misses a penalty! Hugo Lloris stops the Argentine from giving City a crucial away goal!

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Mohamed Salah just missed a sitter! Liverpool still 1-0 up

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! Bobby Firmino makes it two!

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As we near the eightieth minute, Liverpool maintain a comfortable 2-0 lead and Spurs take the lead against Man. City with a late goal by Heung Min Son. Will these results stay as they are or will any last minute drama ensue?

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The final whistle's gone. Liverpool best Porto 2-0 with goals scored by Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino. Two minutes left between Spurs and City- the home team winning 1-0 with a Heung Min Son goal.

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Man U-Barcelona and Ajax-Juventus tomorrow

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Good result for Spurs, but I don´t think is enough advantage for the Etihad.

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City didn't score an away goal, which in these matches can be tough, though Spurs are Spurs so they'll prolly end up bottling it all the same. Besides, City at home are capable of getting the job done (usually).

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Fifteen minutes left for two big matches tonight, Ajax-Juventus and Man U-Barcelona? Who will win? Who will lose?

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GOOOOOOOOOAL! Suárez puts Barça ahead at Old Trafford!

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Half-time approaches. Juve lead 1-0 at the break, Barça also 1-0 up one minute before half time

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David Neres already bagged an equalizer in Amsterdam btw

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Final scores:

Ajax 1-1 Juventus

Ronaldo 45'

Neres 46'

Manchester United 0-1 Barcelona

Shaw 12' (OG)

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@dark-sith123: I wasn´t able to see the other games, but don´t you think this first leg was a let down?

They all look like "boring" matches based on the results.

Again, just by looking at the results only.