The field is getting thinner: Only 8 teams in the Champions League are fighting for a desirable handle. After the previous day’s quarterfinals have already begun, the remaining four participants will follow suit on Wednesday. With the exception of defending champions FC Chelsea, FC Bayern Munich, the only remaining German team in the tournament, will take part in the evening. What are your chances of advancing against Spanish side Villarreal FC? Can Real Madrid threaten the reigning champions? The SportsBUZZER checks the form of the second four quarter finalists in the Premier Class.

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The Spanish players are far from in exceptional form to win the “yellow submarine” against favorite FC Bayern before the first battle with Munich. The seventh-ranked Spanish primaries have lost three of their last four league games – against two eliminated candidates. Most recently, a costume rehearsal against UD Levante failed (0: 2). “It will be a completely different game against Bayern,” coach Unai Emery said. “We’re looking forward to coming.” Also: The fact that Villarreal could still serve in the Premier League despite a mixed season at the national level (the Spanish Cup ended in the third round) proved to be a surprising conspiracy in the 16th round (1: 1, 3: 0) against Europa League champions Juventus Turin.

FC Bayern clearly favor Villarreal in the Champions League. Another reason for this is the strong constitution of the German record champions. Because: Coach Julian Knucklesman’s supporters are in great shape again at the crucial point of the season. At the Bundesliga, they recently beat Union Berlin (4-0) and SC Freiburg (4-1) twice. In the Premier League, RB Salzburg were clearly held to a 7-1 gala – 1-1 draw in the first leg of the second leg of a big surprise match from Munich. The strong season of sovereign Bundesliga leaders has been cloudy only as they have clashed in two cup-outs in the round against Borussia Monchengladbach (0: 5). Byrne has been recovering for a long time from this blow in the neck.

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Will Thomas Duchess and Chelsea succeed in retaining their title? It didn’t look bad for the Londoners in all the matches until the last. In February, the club won the “Blues” World Cup. Touchell’s team recovered well from the setback caused by their defeat in the League Cup final against Liverpool. Six consecutive matches without bankruptcy followed, including reaching the quarterfinals of the FA Cup and advancing to the eighth round of the Champions League. In front of the Premier Class fast bowlers with record winners Real Madrid (13 titles), Chelsea had another win around the neck: When The FC did not finish third in the table for the English elite 4-1 in the Premier League against Brentford, and spoiled the good impressions of the previous weeks. Negative reaction is needed against the royal team.

Real Madrid’s win in the 16th round against Paris Saint-Germain (0-1, 3-1) was impressive. The victory over the star cluster from the French capital reaffirms the class of Matrilinians at crucial moments. A completely objective look at the current season’s statistics sheds a good light on the Spanish record champions: in the league, coach Carlo Ancelotti’s clear leader, the Madrid Liners have won six of eight games in the Champions League. But: the Spanish Cup quarter-finals, the surprising moments of a 1: 2 weakness in the Premier Class against Sheriff Traspole, or the 0: 4 Clோsico defeat two weeks ago against FC Barcelona, ​​show that Real are just a few days away. by is a bit far. Anyway, the fight with Chelsea is great excitement.

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