UEFA Champions League 2022 Quarter Final: No. of Teams, Date & Time, Where to Watch & Prediction! 

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The Champions League 2022 quarter final are down to the last 8 teams as Europe’s best club teams compete for a place in the world’s most prestigious Annual Football tournament.

No. of Teams

UEFA Champions League 2022 quarter finalists:

Atlético Madrid (Spain)

Bayern Munich (Germany)

Benfica (Portugal)

Chelsea (England)

Liverpool (England)

Manchester City (England)

Real Madrid (Spain)

Villarreal (Spain)

Champions League 2022 Quarter Final Date & Time of the Draw

The UEFA Champions League 2022 quarter final draw will take place on Friday, March 18 at 10 p.m. AEDT. The draw will take place at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland, and will be broadcast live on the UEFA website.

UEFA will convene the semi-final draw after the quarter-final matches are scheduled, paving the way for each team and the opponents they will face in the remaining stages.

Champions League 2022 Quarter Final Date & Time of the Legs

Here are the key dates for The Champions League:

Quarter Final

  • 5-6 April: Quarter-final first leg
  • 12-13 April: Quarter-final second leg

Semi Final

  • 26-27 April: Semi-final first leg
  • 3-4 May: Semi-final second leg

Final

  • 28 May: Final (Stade de France, Paris)

Find out where to watch the draw: Click HERE…

Round of 16 Results

TeamsGoals

Bayern Munich vs Salzburg 
8 – 2
Liverpool vs Inter 2 – 1
PSG vs Real Madrid2 – 3
Sporting vs Manchester City0 – 5
 Manchester United vs Athletico Madrid1 – 2
Ajax vs Benfica2 – 3
 Chelsea vs  Lille4 – 1
Villarreal vs Juventus4 – 1

Current Teams Forms & History

Bayern Munich:

After thrashing RB Salzburg 7-1 in the second leg, the Bundesliga champions remain one of the favourites to win the championship. In the first match, the Austrians managed a draw, but Bayern were thrashed by an inspired Robert Lewandowski, who led a mauling to put Bayern through.

Liverpool:

Despite a late scare at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp’s side defeated a difficult Inter Milan side. The Reds are still in contention for every prize, but they have a Champions League history and will be one of the clubs to beat if you want to win this.

Manchester City:

Despite never having won the trophy, they are the favourites. Pep Guardiola will be anxious to put last season’s final defeat behind him and finally win the trophy that the entire club craves. Pep Guardiola and Leroy Sane would be reunited in this match, and whomever wins would most likely be crowned European Champions.

Real Madrid:

The Spanish giants possess the record for most European Cups won, and after a stunning comeback against PSG in the last 16, few will bet against them. Madrid will have fantastic matchup with the teams. Vinicius Jr. and Karim Benzema are the ideal attackers for exploiting defensive set-ups.

Benfica:

What a fantastic result for the Portuguese team, beating Ajax away from home last night to secure a place in the draw on Friday. Most teams will prefer to avoid Benfica, but they have a few players who might surprise you.

Atletico Madrid:

Against Manchester United, Diego Simeone’s squad did what they do best: frustrate their opponents and score a smash and grab. The Spanish side advanced with a 1-0 triumph at Old Trafford yesterday night. Moreover, Atletico Madrid is similar to Juventus, but superior as their attack may be a little weaker. A more stable midfield and a far more athletic defense make up for it.

Villareal:

The Spanish Team Villareal lost 3-0 against Juventus in the quarterfinals. Villareal has a good chance of getting past the opposing clubs, and the quarterfinals are the most likely destination.

Chelsea:

The holders of the Champions League are unquestionably among the favourites, although their play has been inconsistent in recent months. Chelsea will be hampered by the fact that they are unlikely to be allowed fans in the home leg, as well as the ongoing controversy surrounding the club’s ownership and the fact that its strikers are Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku.

Find out where to watch the draw: Click HERE

Our Predictions!

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