Spurs Web prediction – Who will make the Champions League quarter finals?

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Dom Le Roy

The Champions League last 16 draw was made this morning, and we already have some tasty European clashes to look forward to in the new year.

The tournament never fails to throw up mouth-watering games, even at this relatively early stage of the competition.

Tottenham Hotspur were drawn against the high-flying German outfit, Borussia Dortmund, an old foe from last season.

Spurs beat Dortmund both home and away last campaign as they topped their Champions League group.

Liverpool were draw against Bayern Munich, Manchester United got PSG, and Man City drew Schalke.

We took a look at the list of fixtures and predicted exactly who will be in that quarter final draw pot come March.

Schalke v Man City – Man City are heavy favourites for this tie.

Atletico Madrid v Juventus – Atletico Madrid are near impossible to break down on their day, but the added Ronaldo factor at an already strong Juve should pull clear.

Manchester United v PSG – On current form, expect a thrashing here.

Spurs v Dortmund – Tottenham have a great chance of qualifying, but Borussia Dortmund are flying high at the moment. Who knows where form will be come February though.

Lyon v Barcelona – Barca are one of the favourites for the entire competition, and you would think Lyon will struggle with this one.

Roma v Porto – Roma went on an amazing run last year, and the team should have enough to see off an impressive Porto.

Ajax v Real Madrid – Predicting a big upset here. Ajax are one of the in form teams in Europe right now, with a host of amazing young academy players. Definitely a dark horse against a struggling Madrid.

Liverpool v Bayern – Perhaps a slight underdog for the game, but Liverpool’s Champions League prowess of late may be enough to sneak past the Germans.

How do you see the games panning out?


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