After its unplanned, coronavirus-enforced hiatus, the Champions League is back.
After the culmination of the last 16 saw heavyweights Juventus and Real Madrid eliminated, the competition is down to its final eight sides.
The quarter-finalists have travelled to Lisbon for the final stages, all of which will be played as one-legged matches rather than the normal double-headers.
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With the draw all mapped out, clubs know who their prospective opponents could be all the way through to the final. But who are the favourites, and which teams still have work to do?
Goal has ranked the runners and riders to work out who is in the best shape to lift the famous trophy on August 23…
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