Champions League quarter-final draw

Champions League quarter-final draw

Manchester United beat PSG last week to qualify while Tottenham Hotspur made light work of Borussia Dortmund.

The quarter-final and semi-final draw takes place at 11am on Friday, with Liverpool and Tottenham also among the eight teams waiting to discover their fate.

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Spurs could do battle with Premier League top-six rivals Manchester City, Liverpool or Man United in the next phase.

"I would like English teams to play against each other, without any kind of preference", the former Chelsea and United coach told Russian programmeRT.

The last time the two teams faced each other was in the 2011 UEFA Supercup, when Barcelona won 2-0.

"Two great teams that are not being successful in the Champions League for a few years, of course Juventus so much more than Barcelona".

On that occasion, Chelsea beat Liverpool to reach the last four, before losing to eventual winners Barcelona in the semis, while Manchester United and Arsenal emerged from their quarterfinals to meet in the last four, with United prevailing before losing to Barca in the final.

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Whether he was joking or not, it's fair to suggest that Juventus knew exactly what they getting when they signed Ronaldo from Real Madrid last summer.

Liverpool's 3-1 victory at German giants Bayern Munich on Wednesday completed the full house, the night after Manchester City thrashed Schalke 7-0 for a 10-2 aggregate victory.

United have faced Juventus 14 times in Europe in total.

"Every team left in the competition is a good side", said Milner.

"He has all the pressure on his shoulders, he scores three vs. Atletico Madrid and they [Juventus] go through", Guardiola said.

'They are doing so, so well during the competition that I think it would be incredible for one of them.

Messi, whose brilliance was key to Guardiola's two Champions League triumphs with Barcelona, is just as risky as Ronaldo and it will be intriguing to see whether any of England's four clubs can find a way to overcome the game's two modern greats.

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