English giants Manchester City are looking forward to getting a chance to play in the semi-final in FA Cup. With three points as they face Burnley side at Etihad stadium. While United will take on Fulham tomorrow in the same competition.
Manchester City and Chelsea are the two remaining big Premier League representatives after Liverpool and Tottenham crashed out in the last 16. Pep Guardiola's City have been tipped to go all the way and lift the trophy in Istanbul on June 10 following Friday's exciting quarter-final draw.
It's rumoured last summer spending at Etihad with Haaland the high profile striker coming from Borussia Dortmund. The latter has already scored more than 30 goals this season and with the lethal Norwegian international the sky blue side of Manchester are looking forward to see him help the club to the Champions League victory.
On the other hand, the odds are not in Chelsea's favour. Graham Potter's side have been given just a five per cent chance of then winning the tournament by FiveThirtyEight.
AC Milan have been given a lower chance of winning the trophy than two-time winners Chelsea, who face big Real Madrid in the quarter-finals. But Guardiola and Co have been given a 28 per cent chance of winning the Champions League this year.
The German giants are the second most likely team to win the tournament, according to the supercomputer, with a 18 per cent chance - suggesting the winner of the tie will go all the way.
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