The draw for the UEFA Champions League semi-finals has now taken place. We know the fate of the eight teams left. In perhaps the biggest profile match of the round, it will be Manchester United taking on Barcelona. Tottenham taking on Manchester City comes in a close second, though, while the other two games look a little bit more predictable with Liverpool facing FC Porto and Juventus tangling with Ajax.
It all, though, has to be decided on the field of play, and this is a competition that continues to be unpredictable as all get out. Will Messi or Ronaldo once again win it, or will a new powerhouse emerge? We’ll start finding out before too much longer.