Champions League Quarter Finals (3rd - 11th April)

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  1. Apr 2, 2018
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    Samid follows Pogue around, fixing his images

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    Tuesday 3rd April 2018
    Man Utd Sevilla - Bayern
    Juventus - Real Madrid

    Wednesday 4th April 2018
    Liverpool - Man City
    Barcelona - Roma

    Tuesday 10th April 2018
    Man City - Liverpool
    Roma - Barcelona

    Wednesday 11th April 2018
    Bayern - Sevilla
    Real Madrid - Juventus
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    Rojofiam New Member

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    Treble Full Member

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    Barcelona 80% - Roma 20%
    Juve 40% - Real 60%
    Liverpool 45% - City 55%
    Sevilla 20% - Bayern 80%
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    VorZakone What would Kenny G do?

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    Liverpool - City is gonna be a cracking match I reckon.
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    Samid follows Pogue around, fixing his images

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    Putting yourself on the limb with that statement!
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    Klopper76 "Did you see Fabinho against Red Star & Cardiff?"

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    Nervous for this. I don’t think City will beat us at Anfield but we’ll need to be at our best to get through the away leg.
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    piesel New Member

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    It will be tough for Juve, some key players are suspended (Pjanic, Benatia) and attacking options from the bench are limited (Cuadrado is back but don't think he is fit for more than a half, Bernardeschi is still not available and Mandzukic was out in the last match vs Milan).
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    Schneckerl Full Member

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    You should bet on liverpool then, looking what bookies offer.
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    Utdfrom2002 Full Member

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    Still can't get over the fact that we screwed this up. Don't even feel like watching it despite some cracking ties.
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    No Idea For Nickname Full Member

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    It's my birrhday, and for a present I want both teams to be disqualified.


    Not asking for much, am I?
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    adexkola Arsenal supporter

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    Would be great if Juventus maintained their tradition of knocking Madrid up in the knockout stages.
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    VorZakone What would Kenny G do?

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    I think they can pull it off, would be 'revenge' for getting thrashed in the 2nd half of the CL final last year.
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    Ronaldo's Mum Eh? Ronaldo is shite

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    Hoping for a Bayern-Madrid final. If Bayern can't win this thing I hope Ronaldo wins it again. 3 in a row would be God-Mode... 2 in a row was never done before.
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    Samid follows Pogue around, fixing his images

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    A bit tired of the Real dominance and in any other season I'd want Juventus to knock them out. But with one of Pool/City guaranteed in the last 4 I want Real, Barca and Bayern to progress. Pool/City would have no problems with Roma/Sevilla and they'd probably make light work of Juve too.
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    Pagh Wraith Full Member

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    Fancy Sevilla (but Bayern to go through) and Juventus tonight.
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    Kinsella Full Member

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    Prediction:

    Sevilla 1 - 3 Bayern
    Juventus 1 - 1 Real
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    giorno Full Member

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    Liverpool would need a bigger miracle than Jesus resurrection to get past Juventus

    Guardiola always had a lot of trouble against Allegri as well, usually barely squeaking through despite having a much better team. This time around he wouldn't have the individual advantage of '12 or '16
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    Tuesday 3rd April 2018
    Sevilla
    - Bayern
    Juventus - Real Madrid

    Wednesday 4th April 2018
    Liverpool - Man City
    Barcelona - Roma

    Tuesday 10th April 2018
    Man City - Liverpool
    Roma - Barcelona

    Wednesday 11th April 2018
    Bayern - Sevilla
    Real Madrid - Juventus
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    KM I’m afraid I just blue myself Staff

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    Mine too.

    There's an 18 point gap between the two. Why the feck are the media hyping as if its a match between two equal teams?
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    TBF Liverpool are the only team that gave city a true beating (until the last 10 mins when they turned off) this year. I think it's fair to say they're the closest fit to them in the league right now, but not quite on their top level.
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    RedDevil@84 Full Member

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    Nobody will click on the news if the title reads "Liverpool face the impossible task"
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    Kapardin Full Member

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    Yep, so pissed off with Mourinho. Even I feel the same but I guess once I tune in for the games, I might forget it.
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    RobinLFC Cries when Liverpool doesn't get praised

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    Which we don't. Far, far stranger things have happened in the past few years.
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    carvajal Full Member

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    "you know, it´s football. we have done it always","all together, with a lot of strength" "we have to be focused" "in the end, it's the most beautiful thing in football, winning titles""win and show that we are the best" :lol:
    They also said that Kovacic could be in the line-up
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    RedDevil@84 Full Member

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    That's what I am saying. Pool beating City will be an aberration.
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    BusbyMalone Full Member

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    Will it?
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    Sevilla 0 bayern 4

    Juventus 1 Real Madrid 3
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    crappycraperson "Resident cricket authority" Scout

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    It will be an upset not an aberration. Something that happens in the cup all the time.
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    I got over it when I seen how they played v Barcelona on the weekend.
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    Surely the Old Lady is the one who gets knocked up? :p

    I've been loving the sub-story of Buffon in the last few years desperately clinging on to try and claim that elusive CL.
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    Real, Barca and Bayern will go through to the semis. The only match where it is real close is the City Pool one.

    Think City will go through in the end though. It’s two very attacking teams, while one doesn’t have a good enough defence, which is exposed regularly.
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    Cristiano Lell BANNED LOLZ

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    and then Real come to term with the trophy 13 months later
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    I would be interested to see how Sevilla - the club with tremendous european "heritage" would fare against Bayern today. I want Sevilla to be thrashed esp at Allianz Arena.
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    They actually have a chance. Both Real and Barca, despite being favorites, don't look as daunting as the previous years. Bayern too don't look exactly invincible.

    Juve are real dark horses as always, but this time, there is a chance if they hold their nerve.

    Heritage FC will be twatted for 5 goals. Of course, that won't bother Jose when it comes to excuses.
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    VorZakone What would Kenny G do?

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    You just know Sevilla are gonna do absolutely nothing of note tonight.
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    abdo99 Full Member

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    Real Madrid will win the game comfortably. People will be surprised at how easy they'll win .There's no way the aging Juventus backline will cope with power and pace of Ronaldo, Bale, Vazquez, Benzema, Asensio etc. Spurs played them off the park at their own ground and lost mainly due to complacency and lack of experience. What chance do they have against Real Madrid? I'm surprised at the people thinking it'll be a close tie. Juventus will be lucky to escape a drubbing.
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    Pagh Wraith Full Member

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    Can't see these two results at all. Remember that both away teams don't have to win and will quite happily take a draw. Particulary Bayern aren't tested domestically and might be in for a surprise today. I have bets on both home sides.