Porto vs Liverpool, Wednesday April 17th, 15:00, Estádio Do Dragão. The second legs of the Champions League quarter-finals take place this midweek with Portuguese champions Porto hoping to turn around a two-goal deficit against in-form Liverpool in a game which could potentially be much closer than initially anticipated.
Juventus vs Ajax, Tuesday April 16th, 15:00, Allianz Stadium. The second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals take place this week with the tie between Italian champions Juventus and Dutch giants Ajax still in the balance after a closely-fought first leg in Amsterdam, which ended 1-1 last week.
Manchester City vs Tottenham, Wednesday April 17th, 15:00, Etihad Stadium. The second leg of the Champions League quarter finals take place this week with Tottenham Hotspur travelling up to Manchester with a slender 1-0 lead from the first leg, and Manchester City determined to get to only their second Champions League semi-final in their recent history.
Barcelona vs Manchester United, Tuesday April 16th, 15:00, Nou Camp. After a 1-0 win at Old Trafford courtesy of a Luke Shaw own goal, Barcelona are 100% in the driving seat for this tie but if we’ve learnt anything about Manchester United in the Champions League this season, it’s that the tie is never over until it’s all said and done.
Ajax vs Juventus, Wednesday April 10th 3:00 Pm, Johan Cruyff Arena. Ajax, who conquered Real Madrid in the prior round, host Serie A giants Juventus as the two traditional European heavyweights continue their Champions League campaign in the first leg of the quarter-final stage.
Manchester United vs Barcelona, Wednesday April 10th, 3:00 Pm, Old Trafford. The Champions League gets back underway this week with the first leg of the quarter-final stage being held. This is one of the most intriguing match-ups in the last eight with Spanish champions Barcelona among the favourites to lift the competition next month.
Liverpool vs Porto, Tuesday April 9th, 3:00 Pm, Anfield. The first leg of the Champions League quarter finals get underway with a repeat of a fixture from last season’s knockout round as Portuguese giants FC Porto travel to Anfield to face last season’s runners up Liverpool.
Tottenham vs Manchester City, Tuesday April 9th, 3:00 Pm, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The first legs of Champions League quarter-final action gets underway this week with a mouth-watering all-English tie in North London between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City, who are among the favourites to lift the competition this season.
The Champions League draw for the quarter-finals grabbed the headlines with all eight remaining sides discovering their fate in the competition. However, this season UEFA also confirmed what path the remaining sides would face all their way to the final, with the draw for the last four also pre-determined.
The race for the Champions League is heating up and with all four English clubs reaching the last eight, and Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur drawn against each other in the quarter final, there will be at least one Premier League representative in the final four. But the competition is intense, as the other two English teams, Liverpool and Manchester United, face competition from Barcelona, Juventus, Ajax and Porto to reach the 2019 final.