We are imminent the final of this season’s Champions League at the Stade de France in Paris. Before that, however, there are still 12 games to determine the qualifiers. With the quarter-finals underway for the next two weeks, it’s time to watch the games and predict who will be closer to victory. The Champion League Final fans can buy Champions League Final 2022 Tickets from our website.

Observing my forecasts from the last round, I called six out of eight winners and only Villarreal and Benfica were wrong.

Manchester City had no qualms about beating Sporting CP in the final round
Manchester City had no qualms about beating Sporting CP in the final round

Here’s an opening at the upcoming draws.

Champions League quarter-finals matchups

Manchester City vs Atletico Madrid

The contrasting styles will go head-to-head as one of world football’s deadliest strikes against Manchester City takes on the often-defending Atletico Madrid.

It’s going to be a pretty tough month for the Citizens, who must visit Anfield between their legs against a rough side from Diego Simeone. The success at Burnley over the weekend puts them ahead of them in the two-horse race for the Premier League title.

At UCL, meanwhile, they lived up to their expectations as one of the favorites to take home the trophy in May. With an overall record of 5-1-2 to date, Manchester City had no qualms about beating Sporting CP in the final round.

After a rather inconsistent first half of the season, Atletico is on an upward trajectory. In a far-from convincing group stage, Colchoneros squeezed past Porto on Matchday 6 to advance to the Champions League.

A win at Old Trafford last month brought them past Manchester United to get them this far. Their total score is 3-2-3, the worst record of the rest of the team. However, they are in good form and have won seven of their last eight games, including a six-game winning streak.

The first game is Tuesday, April 5; the second match is Wednesday, April 13.

Chelsea v Real Madrid

In a repeat of last year’s semi-final, defending champions Chelsea faced off against La Liga leader Real Madrid, while Ancelotti’s men were out for revenge last April.

Beating London rivals Brentford over the weekend ended Chelsea’s six-game winning streak. At the most important moment, the Blues suffocated multiple times in this match. For example, in the sixth round, they conceded a late goal to Russia, which cost them the lead in their group. Their overall record in the Champions League to date is 6-1-1, one of the best of the remaining clubs.

A chastening 4-0 defeat in El Clasico in the last game before the international match was the only turning point in Madrid’s last seven games. A 12-point lead over three teams in the standings can focus all attention on the previous two draws.

Another group stage winner, Los Merengues, boasted a 6-0-2 record in their Champions League run. From two goals behind Paris Saint-Germain in the last round, this could be Madrid’s shot at a record 14th UCL title.

I lean towards Real to achieve this. The reason is simple; for the most part, Ancelotti’s side came alive when it mattered most. Apart from the aforementioned fiasco before halftime, they were in the lead for an hour. The same cannot be said of the recent Tuchel Blues. The Champion League Final fans can buy tickets for Champions League Final from our website.

The first game is Wednesday, April 6; the second game is Tuesday, April 12.

It's been another seemingly indestructible year for Liverpool
It’s been another seemingly indestructible year for Liverpool

Benfica vs Liverpool

Two historic clubs collide here, pitting the Portuguese giants against England for the most championships in Europe’s top club competition.

Few would have predicted that Aguias would still be standing in Europe at this point. Their performance on the mainland overshadowed another impressive domestic campaign. By losing to Braga, another Portuguese side still in Europe, Rui Costa’s side stayed away from the title race at home. So all their attention may be on their two games against Liverpool, and with a 3-3-2 record so far (excluding qualifying), they are likely to be shocked again.

It’s been another seemingly indestructible year for Liverpool. With a 7-0-1 UCL record, they are second among the remaining teams. After winning the EFL Cup, Jurgen Klopp’s men still have a chance to win a four-peat. They returned Inter in their last European game, their only home defeat of the season and one of only three defeats of the year.

The first game is Tuesday, April 5; the second game is Wednesday, April 13.

Villarreal vs Bayern Munich

Ultimately, Villarreal, who is defending Europa League champions, Villarreal, will face the arduous task of taking a stand against a Bayern team eager to secure a second Champions League title within three years.

The Yellow Submarines are disappointing in La Liga, finishing seventh. The loss of Levante in the basement further complicates matters at home. They are far from a Champions League spot and need to improve quickly to save their season. Luckily, with a 4-2-2 record in Europe, they can still feel some confidence this season.

Temporarily, Bayern is in an acquainted place. En route to a 10th consecutive Meisterschelle, the Bavarians were able to focus on two encounters with the Spanish side. As the only undefeated team in the Champions League 2022, they continue to excel in their quest for more European glory. They went on to take seven points in a deplorable duel in Salzburg last month. They will fantasize that they have at least one more round.

The first game is Wednesday, April 6; the second game is Tuesday, April 12.

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