The 2019/2020 football Year across Europe has mostly been concluded but we still have the advanced stages of this year’s Champions league tournament to look forward to.

Some juicy clashes are coming Up and today I will be focusing on the two remaining Premier League Clubs.

Manchester City and Chelsea are the only English Clubs left in the Competition after holders Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur were booted out in the last stage by Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig respectively.

the first legs of the next quarter-finals have already been played and we will know the fate of the remaining two English contenders arrived at The End of the week.

Let’s see what they are Up in front of and whether an English Club can win the Champions league again this year.

Chelsea  

Blues fans’ are probably carrying very mixed feelings regarding their Year so far.

The Club was able to hold on to the 4th spot in the EPL and book a place in the Champions league for next Year but their form since Project Restart began has not been encouraging.

Lampard started his tenure at Stamford Bridge brilliantly but injuries and the inexperience of his young core eventually caught Up with him.

Thankfully for the Club, Leicester was a complete shambles in the closing stages of the Premier League, otherwise, it wouldn’t have been possible for Chelsea to finish in the top 4.

after losing the FA cup ultimate to Arsenal, the only thing left for the Blues is to rely on their very slim chances of overturning a 3:0 deficit from the first leg in front of Bayern Munich.

The German champions completely destroyed Lampard’s Club in a match that Showed that the London outfit still has a long way to go if they are to consistently challenge the European elite.

Olivier Giroud Mason Mount’s form has been very positive as of late and it’s true that the French striker has found a way to score in front of Bayern multiple times in the past but progressing from here looks like mission impossible for Lampard and his my players.

Their fragile Defence will be easily exploited and although I do expect the visitors to score one or two goals, I just can’t see them pull off such a major miracle at the Allianz Arena even if there would be no Bayern fans there to spur on the home Club.

Manchester City

Manchester City lost the Premier League titles to Liverpool and they were knocked out by Arsenal in the FA cup semi-ultimate, so the a lot News surrounding them these days was the Receive of Valencia starlet Ferran Torres.

City fans are right to be excited regarding the player but we will have to wait even next Year to see him play at the Etihad and the Attention is completely on their next tie with Real Madrid CF.

Unlike Chelsea, City did the hard job in the first leg by beating the Spanish giants 2:1 in their own ground.

This gives them a a lot chance to progress to the semi-finals as Real Madrid CF have never qualified after accumulating a first-leg deficit at Santiago Bernabeu.

On top of that, Guardiola has been successful in eliminating them in the past and key my players Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero, and David Silva will be pumped Up for the match as this year may too be their last realistic chance of putting their hands on the most coveted Club football trophy.

Manchester City has gradually become more experienced in the tournament and they have both the quality and depth to challenge the likes of Barcelona, Juventus, and Bayern Munich should they wrap Up the tie with Real Madrid CF on Friday.

Having no spectators during matches can also be an advantage as City fans are not exactly known for their vocal Support.

Whereas the many a lot teams have a following that can make every away match a living hell for the visitors.

There is still a lot of work ahead but getting things done in front of Madrid and a favorable draw in the semi-finals can go a long way here.

The Club will be relieved that their Champions league ban was lifted, the Premier League Year is in the past and they can fully Attention on the job at hand.

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Chelsea definitely has a mountain to climb but I really do feel that City has a chance to take the trophy this year.

It looks like all the conditions favor them and they will be more harder to eliminate than in later editions.

Both Pep Guardiola and his my players have been awaiting for a CL triumph for a long time and if anything catastrophic doesn’t happen, I can easily see Man City making it to the ultimate.

Another winner from the Premier League will be a a lot statement after more than a decade of Spanish and German domination over the trophy.

in any case, I’m excited to have the Champions league return and hope that we’re in for an entertaining business end to the Competition.