Champions League: A look at the remaining eight teams

The 2020-21 Champions League is now at the quarter-final stage and fans of all eight of the remaining teams will now start to feel quietly confident about their side’s chances of going on to win the tournament

champions league

Champions league Quarter Finals

The 2020-21 Champions League is now at the quarter-final stage and fans of all eight of the remaining teams will now start to feel quietly confident about their side’s chances of going on to win the tournament. However, those dreams could be shattered next month when the quarter-finals take place.

For some teams, getting this far is an achievement in itself, but for others, exiting in the quarter-finals is not an option. So, read on as we take a look at all eight of the remaining teams.

Paris Saint-Germain

Last year’s finalists Paris Saint-Germain will be doing all they can to ensure they redeem their agonising 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich in last year’s showpiece, which was their first appearance in a Champions League final. PSG brushed aside Barcelona in the round of 16, winning 5-2 on aggregate, and they will fear no foes in their pursuit of glory.


Six-time champions Liverpool haven’t had the best of times domestically. However, they breezed past RB Leipzig into the quarter-finals of the Champions League, winning 4-0 on aggregate. There are bigger fish to fry in the competition if the Reds want to add a seventh title to their trophy cabinet and they will need to be at the best of their ability if they are to do so.

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich are arguably the team to beat again this year. If you do sports betting from your mobile, you’d have noticed that the German giants are favourites to win the Champions League and all of the remaining teams will want to avoid Hans-Dieter Flick’s men, who thrashed Lazio 6-2 on aggregate to reach the quarter-finals.

Manchester City

Manchester City are still on the hunt for their first Champions League title. It’s somewhat of a mystery that the Premier League side are yet to use their financial backing to get their hands on Europe’s top competition. Every year seems to be the year they are tipped to win, but could this be their time? We’ll have to wait and see.


When Chelsea were drawn to face Atlético Madrid in the round of 16 back in December, not many would have fancied the west London side’s chances of reaching the last eight. However, Thomas Tuchel, who replaced Frank Lampard, has steadied the ship and the Blues will be no pushovers in the quarter-finals.

Real Madrid

Whilst Real Madrid can never truly be written off, they won’t be as feared by the rest of the pack as they once were. Zinedine Zidane’s side look disjointed at the best of times, and despite easing past Atalanta, most of the remaining teams will certainly fancy their chances against Los Blancos.


Porto are the quarter-finals’ surprise package. Few would have expected the Portuguese outfit to get past Juventus and the prowess of Cristiano Ronaldo. However, they did just that, progressing to the last eight on away goals and they must not be underestimated by anyone.

Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund have the ability to throw a spanner in the works. Erling Håland is every defender’s worst nightmare and keeping him at bay proves to be a difficult task. Dortmund’s downfall, however, is their leaky defence and teams will be out to exploit that at every given opportunity. Their quarter-final promises to be a goal fest.

Upcoming Champions League Matches


Other Pages you may like:

Casino & Sports Links on Feedinco

Latest Betting Tips

Iwata vs Cerezo Osaka Tips

Japan - J1 League

Jun 22 - 09:30

America MG vs Avai Tips

Brazil - Serie B

Tomorrow - 22:00

Nantong Zhiyun vs Tianjin Jinmen Tiger Tips

China - Super League

Tomorrow - 11:35

Chile vs Argentina Tips

South America - Copa América

Jun 26 - 01:00

Belgium vs Romania Tips

Europe - Euro 2024

Jun 22 - 19:00

Seoul vs Suwon FC Tips

South Korea - K League 1

Jun 22 - 11:00

Deportivo Madryn vs Estudiantes Rio Cuarto Tips

Argentina - Primera Nacional

Jun 22 - 18:00

Scotland vs Hungary Tips

Europe - Euro 2024

Jun 23 - 19:00

Slovakia vs Romania Tips

Europe - Euro 2024

Jun 26 - 16:00