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View Poll Results: Who will win the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League?

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  • FC Barcelona

    38 62.30%
  • Real Madrid CF

    4 6.56%
  • Manchester City FC

    6 9.84%
  • Manchester United FC

    0 0%
  • Chelsea FC

    0 0%
  • Paris Saint-Germain

    1 1.64%
  • FC Bayern Munich

    5 8.20%
  • Juventus FC

    1 1.64%
  • AS Roma

    0 0%
  • Liverpool FC

    1 1.64%
  • Tottenham Hotspur FC

    1 1.64%
  • Porto

    0 0%
  • Basel

    2 3.28%
  • Sevilla

    0 0%
  • Besiktas/Shakhtar

    2 3.28%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lelouch vi Britannia View Post
    Still need to secure 4th place.
    They already have. Valencia is falling apart and Sevilla and Villarreal are not consistent enough to put pressure on them. I think they'll finish 3rd with 10 points ahead of whoever will be 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lelouch vi Britannia View Post
    Tier 1:
    City

    Tier 2:
    PSG, Barca, Bayern

    Tier 3:
    PL teams, Juve, Madrid

    Tier 4:
    Sevilla, Roma, Chelsea

    Tier 5:
    Porto, Basel, Shakhtar, Besiktas

    I'd definitely agree that City, PSG, Bayern and Barca are the big 4, but City just seem a level above to me. The biggest thing going against them right now is probably their rather lackluster CL record in recent years.
    Yeah, going to have to edit my tier list

    Tier 1:
    City

    Tier 2:
    Bayern, Barca, Madrid

    Tier 3:
    PL teams

    Tier 4:
    Juve, Sevilla, Roma, Chelsea

    Tier 5:
    Porto, Basel, Shakhtar, Besiktas

    Tier 6:
    PSG

    Maybe I should move Bayern up to tier 1. Barca and Madrid are both beatable.
    Last edited by Lelouch vi Britannia; 15th February 2018 at 02:31 AM.

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    putting city in a completely different tier to a barca that is undefeated in league in feb? that's daft. city might be better on their day but in the larger picture, it's 50-50.

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    Tier 1: Barca, City, Real, Bayern
    Tier 2: PSG, Spurs, Liverpool, Juventus
    Tier 3: Chelsea, Roma, Man United
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    Man City are very good, but not totally comfortable on the ball when put under pressure. Liverpool exposed this in the league, and even teams like Napoli and Shakhtar had some joy doing the same. As a neutral spectator, I really want to see a tie in the next round between Man City and either Liverpool or Spurs. It would be great to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lelouch vi Britannia View Post
    Maybe I should move Bayern up to tier 1. Barca and Madrid are both beatable.
    And City is unbeatable?

    They've lost more games than us this season so I don't see the point. There are many teams who could beat them. Liverpool on a good day, Real, Jupp's Bayern are my first picks based on the style. If they get lucky, yes, they can do it. Ffs, they are playing Basel of all teams. But a tier above the rest? hard to imagine.

    Also, remember how lucky they've been, 90+ min goals, lucky rebounds etc. They could've lost much more.