The UEFA Champions League returns on Friday with the rest of the spots at the last competition in Lisbon. Available to all as Europe’s top clubs hope to go as far as possible and lift the trophy on August 23 following a suspension of five months due to the coronavirus.

AFP Sport takes a gander at the four exceptional most recent 16, second legs – all being played away from public scrutiny – for a token of where they stand. Champions League fans can book Champions League Final Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Lucas Tousart's objective gave Lyon an unexpected 1-0 win on the night
Lucas Tousart’s objective gave Lyon an unexpected 1-0 win on the night

Juventus v Lyon:

(Friday 1900GMT; Lyon won first leg 1-0)

It is almost a half year since authorities in Lyon scrutinized the choice to permit the principal leg to proceed as coronavirus cases took off in northern Italy.  However, the game was played before just about 60,000 onlookers, including almost 3,000 Juventus supporters.

Lucas Tousart’s objective gave Lyon an unexpected 1-0 win on the night, however much has changed from that point forward – for a beginning Tousart is no longer at Lyon having finished paperwork for Hertha Berlin. Lyon was a humble seventh when the French season was brought to an early end.

Their thrashing on punishments to Paris Saint-Germain in last Friday’s League Cup last – their first serious game since March – implies they should win the Champions League to fit the bill for Europe next season. That appears to be impossible, yet putting out Juventus probably won’t be.

The Old Lady has quite recently won their ninth progressive Serie A title, yet there are questions about Maurizio Sarri’s side. Juve won just twice and lost four of their last eight association games, and in Europe, they might be dependent on Cristiano Ronaldo’s hunger for additional Champions League achievement.

Real Madrid winning the opposition multiple times over the most recent six years alone
Real Madrid winning the opposition multiple times over the most recent six years alone

Manchester City v Real Madrid:

(Friday 1900GMT; City won first leg 2-1)

Energy Guardiola’s City has just guaranteed one significant European triumph this late spring after the club’s fruitful intrigue to the Court of Arbitration for Sport which saw their two-year Champions League boycott upset. That may mean they are extra propelled to go on and win the trophy just because.

Regardless of whether Guardiola demands “this issue is finished”. They are in a prime situation to arrive at the quarter-finals after a 2-1 triumph in Spain in the primary leg when Kevin De Bruyne’s punishment dominated the match. By and by they are without the harmed Sergio Aguero, and there is pressure on them.

Their crusade was disappointing locally and the high purpose of City’s involvement with the Champions League so far stays destruction to Real in the semi-finals in 2016. Madrid, interestingly, has been there and done it so often previously, winning the opposition multiple times over the most recent six years alone.

Zinedine Zidane’s group are straight from guaranteeing the Spanish title after a remarkable run of post-shutdown structure. In any case, they should manage without Sergio Ramos, who is suspended in the wake of being sent off in the main leg.

Hansi Flick's side has won 17 on the ricochet and is unbeaten in 26 matches since early December
Hansi Flick’s side has won 17 on the ricochet and is unbeaten in 26 matches since early December

Bayern Munich v Chelsea:

(Saturday 1900GMT; Bayern won first leg 3-0)

This is a custom, with Bayern creating a staggering showcase to beat Chelsea 3-0 away in February on account of Serge Gnabry’s support and a Robert Lewandowski objective. The Bavarians refocused in style when the Bundesliga continued in mid-May, frolicking to an association.

Cup twofold by dominating 11 matches straight post-lockdown.  Generally, Hansi Flick’s side has won 17 on the ricochet and is unbeaten in 26 matches since early December. Lewandowski has 51 objectives this season. Their spotlight ought to in this manner be on a quarter-last against Barcelona or Napoli.

While the weight is off Chelsea after they accomplished their point of completing in the best four in the Premier League. Candid Lampard’s group lost to Arsenal in the FA Cup last a weekend ago and lost Cesar Azpilicueta and Christian Pulisic to injury in a similar game. It looks like an incomprehensible undertaking for them.

Barcelona can't think about being taken out of the Champions League as of now
Barcelona can’t think about being taken out of the Champions League as of now

Barcelona v Napoli:

(Saturday 1900GMT; First leg 1-1)

After passing up a great opportunity to Real Madrid in La Liga, Barcelona can’t think about being taken out of the Champions League as of now, however, they are a long way from safe against Napoli. They attracted 1-1 the principal leg in Italy with Antoine Griezmann counteracting Dries Mertens’ opener.

So Barca has the advantage. In any case, everything isn’t well at the Camp Nou, with mentor Quique Setien under extraordinary examination.Barca is searching for a 6th European Cup, five years on from their last achievement. Lionel Messi has turned 33 since the principal leg and time is running out for the Argentine to lift the trophy once more.

Napoli is a club on the up under Gennaro Gattuso, witness their victory on punishments over Juventus in the Italian Cup last in June and their ongoing proclamation marking of Lille’s Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen for an expense that could arrive at 80 million euros ($94.2m).

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