Parker wants Fulham to attack Liverpool in Premier League clash

Parker wants Fulham to attack Liverpool in Premier League clash

Parker wants Fulham to attack Liverpool in Premier League clash

City were drawn to play their Premier League rivals in the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Friday.

Last year's beaten finalists Liverpool received arguably the most favourable draw after being paired with Porto, while Manchester United face a daunting tie against Barcelona.

The five-time Balon d'Or victor also drew a blank in prior quarter-final clashes with Juventus, twice against Atletico Madrid and in Barca's 2015 tie with PSG.

Followed closely behind City is none other than Premier League-challenging rivals Liverpool, with the Reds holding an impressive 93.1 SPI rating. Juve will be at home in the second leg. "But Jürgen Klopp spent €500m in the last four years".

Manchester United were paired with Barcelona, while Ajax will be taking on Juventus.

Their 3-1 home defeat on Wednesday meant that Bayern failed to make the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time since 2011.

Mane is now producing his best form of the season, with six goals being scored from his last four appearances in all competitions.

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In an article titled "Barcelona tie is what the Champions is all about", they talk about the "bad luck" which United have faced so far in the draws.

Tottenham will host Man City in the first leg on April 9, which could be played at Wembley Stadium or at the north London club's soon-to-be-completed new arena.

Juventus will go into this tie - a repeat of the 1996 final - as favourites to reach the semifinals, despite Ajax's stunning round of 16 victory over holders Real Madrid.

"Let's not disrespect Porto because they got to this stage for a reason, but they won't be looking forward to that tie".

Juventus have lost five finals since then but are hoping Ronaldo can fire them to glory this season after his hat-trick knocked out Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.

Expectations are high that Guardiola, who twice guided Barcelona to Europe's top prize, will lead the Premier League champions into the final four for the first time since taking charge in 2016.

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