BARCELONA and Bayern Munich were the big winners in yesterday's Champions League draw while Liverpool and Manchester City face a titanic all-England showdown.
McBookie make Barca 11-4 to lift the trophy after they were paired with Roma who are reckoned to the weakest of the last-eight survivors.
Sevilla, despite knocking out Man United, were one of the teams Bayern wanted and the Germans are joint second favourites with Ladbrokes at 7-2 alongside City.
Bookies are siding with City to knock out Liverpool with Paddy Power going 1-2 while Jurgen Klopp's side are 6-4
Champions-elect City suffered their only Premier League this season in a 4-3 thriller at Anfield but won 5-0 at the Etihad.
The fact the second leg is in Manchester on April 10 could give Pep Guardiola's side the edge.
However, Klopp has the best record of any boss who has faced Guardiola more than 10 times, winning six out of 12 meetings.
The countdown to the first leg on April 4 is on and let's hope it's as dramatic as the last meeting.
Holders Real Madrid face Italian champions Juventus in a repeat of last year's final they won 4-1 in Cardiff.
Real are fourth favourites at 9-2 with Unibet and won't fear the Italians after blowing away PSG 5-2 to on aggregate in the last round.
Juve's defence is rock-solid but if Cristiano Ronaldo's in the mood they'll justify a price of 8-15 at betfair to qualify.
So there you have it – for me the last-four line-up will be Barca, Bayern, Real and City.