Champions League probabilities of the Manchester clubs, Liverpool & Spurs drawing each other

Champions League probabilities of the Manchester clubs, Liverpool & Spurs drawing each other

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Champions League quarterfinal line-up

The eight teams in the Champions League quarterfinals are now locked in.

Liverpool booked their spot on Wednesday night, as did Barcelona.

Liverpool joined Man United, Man City and Tottenham in the final eight.

Against the four Premier League sides, Ajax, Porto and Juventus are also still in the competition.

How likely is it that Man United, Man City, Liverpool & Spurs draw each other?

The Champions League quarterfinal draw will be made in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday.

In fact, the draw will also map out the road to the final, which will be staged in Madrid.

Also on Friday, the Europa League draw will be staged.

All clubs in the Champions League draw can be drawn against each other. There are no longer any prohibitions stopping teams from the same league from facing-off.

So it’s possible that Man United, Man City, Liverpool and Tottenham all get paired with one-another.

According to the numbers, there are 105 possible outcomes in Friday’s Champions League draw.

Nine of those scenarios could results in the four Premier League sides being paired (8.6% chance).

There are 72 chances (66.6%) of their being one all Premier league draw.

While there are only 24 outcomes in which the Premier League sides all avoid each other completely (22.9%).

Also see: Shocker for Juventus: Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League ban fears.

Bad news for Neymar after Man United: Real Madrid precedent may lead to significant ban.

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March 14, 2019 at 03:08AM

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