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Spurs to discover Champions League quarter-final opponents

15 March 2019

At this point of the competition teams from the same country can now face each other.

The quarter-final and semi-final draw takes place at 11am on Friday, with Liverpool and Tottenham also among the eight teams waiting to discover their fate.

Now second in the Primeira Liga table, Porto's squad consists of players such as Iker Casillas, Oliver Torres, Adrian Lopez, Pepe and Real Madrid's latest signing Eder Militao. "But it has been a top league and there haven't been that many teams [in the latter stages] of this one".

"I think that result at Bayern will give them a massive boost going back into the league campaign".

"Two great teams that are not being successful in the Champions League for a few years, of course Juventus so much more than Barcelona".

"You can't tell your players to not try in the Champions League because we want to put all our eggs in the Premier League basket, its hard enough to win any tournament, especially when Manchester City are around".

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The Sky Blues have played against the Blaugrana six times in Europe and have managed to come out undefeated in just one encounter.

The quarter-final first-legs will be played on April 9-10 with the return legs scheduled for April 16-17.

A slump followed though and in the six seasons after that there were only six English quarter-finalists while in 2012-13 and 2014-15 no Premier League sides made the last eight.

The Premier League might be awakening again as a European force, but Ronaldo and Messi remain the kings of the competition and they should strike fear into the hearts of every English club still dreaming of winning this year's Champions League.

But ex-Liverpool man Dossena feels it would be beneficial for Juventus if they can avoid Manchester City in the quarter-finals despite their lack of Champions League pedigree and history. He helped Real win four of the past five Champions Leagues and it is hard to imagine the Spanish giants winning any of them without the Portuguese star's contribution.

Spurs to discover Champions League quarter-final opponents