Who will win the 2017/18 Champions League?
This season’s Champions League has already provided plenty of drama on the pitch across Europe, but there is plenty more to come in the quarter-finals.
Only eight teams are remaining in Europe’s elite club competition, after successfully negotiating their way through the always challenging group stages.
The draw was previously made and it produced many tasty tussles between the sides still battling for the biggest prize in European club football.
After having five teams involved before, just two Premier League clubs are remaining, with Pep Guardiola’s dominant Manchester City and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool representing England.
Meanwhile, reigning back-to-back champions Real Madrid are still going strong, as they seek what would be a truly historic third consecutive crown.
They are joined by bitter La Liga rivals Barcelona, German giants Bayern Munich, Italian titans Juventus, Sevilla and Roma.
Full quarter-final draw
Liverpool vs Manchester City
Barcelona vs Roma
Juventus vs Real Madrid
Sevilla vs Bayern Munich
Chances of winning the Champions League
FiveThirtyEight has predicted that Barcelona will be the club to go on and clinch the Champions League trophy this season outright.
Meanwhile, they have forecasted Bayern Munich to make a strong case by reaching the final, with Man City seen as the best value to claim their maiden European victory after sublime showings domestically.
Man City great value for their first ever European success
After taking the Premier League by storm, Guardiola will be eager to oversee a historic Champions League victory with Man City as well.
The Sky Blues are great value at 7/2 with Ladbrokes to rally to their maiden triumph in the competition under their esteemed Spanish coach.
Guardiola, of course, has the experience of lifting the trophy as a manager with Barcelona and helped Bayern Munich deep into the competition before too.
There is also top value in backing Liverpool, with Klopp’s attack-minded Reds seen at a highly promising 12/1 with Paddy Power to win outright.
It’s Barcelona who lead the way as favourites for outright glory at 11/4 with BetVictor. Unsurprisingly really, as they boast an always clinical Lionel Messi in their ranks.
Defending champions Real Madrid are regarded at 9/2 with Betfair to go all the way once again this season under the guidance of club legend Zinedine Zidane.
German giants Bayern Munich are always a threat too and are currently 4/1 with Betfred to lift the famous trophy for the sixth time in their history.
Italian powerhouse Juventus could be a potential danger at 12/1 with Coral, while Roma and Sevilla are seen as the biggest outsiders at 66/1 with Paddy Power to surprisingly prevail in the Kiev-based final.
The quarter-final first legs will be played on April 3rd and 4th, with the follow up second legs falling on April 10th and 11th.