When is the Champions League last 8 draw? How to watch and when it starts
When is the Champions League last 8 draw? How to watch, when it starts and who are the favorites to win the competition.
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- Four teams have booked their places in the quarter finals of 2020/21 UEFA Champions League after this midweek’s action
- Liverpool, PSG, Porto and Borussia Dortmund have all made it to the last eight in the ongoing campaign of Europe’s elite club competition
- Real Madrid, Manchester City, Chelsea/Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich are favorites to join them next week
Here’s everything you need to know about 2020/21 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals draw:
When is the 2020/21 Champions League last 8/quarter finals draw?
The draw that will pit the final eight sides in this season’s Champions League quarter finals will take place on Friday, March 19.
The event will take place at the House of European football: in Nyon (Switzerland) at European football’s governing body’s headquarters.
How can I watch the 2020/21 Champions League last 8/quarter finals draw?
UEFA will begin live streaming the draw from 11am (GMT) and fans will be able to watch it for free on the European football’s governing body’s website.
Football fans in the United Kingdom can also watch the Champions League quarter-final draw live on BT Sport – both on TV and on smartphone devices.
When will the 2020/21 Champions League last 8/quarter-final games be played?
Similar to the Round of 16, the quarter finals will also see each side playing two legs – one home and one away. The first legs are scheduled to take place on April 6 and 7.
The return legs will see the top eight sides clash on April 13 and 14.
Who are favorites to win Champions League this season?
Reigning champions Bayern Munich are the bookies’ favorite to repeat their triumph this season. Hansi Flick’s side haven’t lost a game all season in the Champions League, winning six of their opening 7 games, with their only draw coming during a dead rubber clash with Atletico Madrid.
Runners-up Paris Saint-Germain and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have also been in top form of late. As are Liverpool who haven’t let their poor domestic form affect their fortunes in Europe. However, if one has to pick a clear favorite, it has to be the reigning German, European and world champions Bayern.