Sports

Manchester United CAN beat Barcelona with Ole at the wheel

Manchester United CAN beat Barcelona with Ole at the wheel

Liverpool will face Porto, a team the five-time champions beat in the last 16 last season.

Four Premier League sides have made it through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, but they face no easy task with the opposition left in the competition.

The first legs will be played on 9 and 10 April, with the return games coming a week later on 16 and 17 April 2019.

The all-English tie will see two of England's best go head-to-head after Liverpool were handed a more favourable draw against FC Porto.

Although Barcelona were drawn to play the first match of the tie at home, the match will take place at Old Trafford because of Manchester City's draw.

If the reds reach the final they are in the second half of the semi-final draw so would be classed as the away side. e.g. for kit clashes.

Liverpool have previously taken part in six quarter-finals in the Champions League era, all of which have been post-2000.

The Cottagers have been beaten 2-1 in three of their last five home games and with Liverpool looking for their first win in four Premier League away games and not in super fluent attacking form, a repeat looks worth a play at bigger than 9/1.

Musk unveils Tesla Model Y - the cut price electric SUV
Tesla said production will begin late next year with the standard edition expected to roll off the assembly line in early 2021. Expectations from the Model Y were, therefore, fairly low in terms of just how SUV-inspired its design might be.

He told Liverpoolfc.com: "They are a good team, we played them last season and this season it will be hard and different to last".

The tie of the round is between Manchester United and Barcelona.

Lionel Messi: In Champions League, the Argentine's arch-rival Ronaldo pips him with a richer record but Messi too, has an immensely commendable record to boast of.

And Juventus' meeting with Ajax will be a rematch of the 1996 Champions League final at Rome's Stadio OIimpico, a match that the Italians won via a penalty shootout.

Tottenham meanwhile saw off Bundesliga high-flyers Borussia Dortmund 4-0 over two legs, the damage being done with a 3-0 win at Wembley in the first match. I think it's a good draw for Manchester United.

None of the last seven matches between these clubs, hosted by Burnley, has ended as a draw, but that run could be set to end.

The draw will be shown live on BT Sport 2. BT Sport is also the home of the Europa League featuring Arsenal and Chelsea.