We've got two champions league predictions from the first leg of the quarter-finals and we are hoping the analysis will be useful to you.
1)Manchester City to beat Borussia Dortmund(Kick off
Manchester City have faltered in the latter stages of Europe's elite club competition under Guardiola and will be keen to finally go all the way this time.
They made short work of German opponents in the last round and although Dortmund pose a bigger threat than Borussia Monchengladbach,we still expect City to win the First leg.
2)Real Madrid and Liverpool to draw.(Kick off
Liverpool have been in moderate form in the Premier league since the turn of the year but their worst results have been at Anfield and their away form has been reasonably impressive.
The return of Diogo Jota provides them with more options upfront but are still missing key players at the back.
Real Madrid's revival in La liga has been helped by a kind run of fixtures and against tougher oppositions they have been held to 1-1 draws by Real sociedad and Atletico Madrid recently.
Another draw looks a value pick in the match.
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