Spanish newspaper Marca asked fans which clubs were going to win each other's respective Champions League quarter-final tie - but there were not exactly backing the English sides remaining in the competition.
Chelsea reached the quarter-finals with a 3-1 aggregate victory over Roberto Mancini’s Turkish champions Galatasary.
Despite a tricky first leg in Istanbul, Chelsea ran out comfortable 2-0 winners in the return leg at Stamford Bridge and set-up a quarter-final match with French champions Paris Saint-Germain.
The match-up between Chelsea and PSG is arguably the most unpredictable of the quarter-final clashes, with many pundits labelling it a straight 50/50 shot.
The Spanish fans, however, believe the favourites are Laurent Blanc’s men. With over 50,000 voters participating, PSG come out on top with a 57.9% - or 28,734 – believing they will overcome Jose Mourinho’s men.
Manchester United on the other hand had to rely on a terrific comeback simply to seal their place in the quarter-finals.
David Moyes’ men trailed Greek side Olympiakos 2-0 from the first-leg, but a Robin Van Persie hat-trick at Old Trafford gave United a 3-0 win and a rewarding quarter-final tie against reigning European champions Bayern Munich.
Pep Guardiola’s men – who were recently crowned Bundesliga champions in record time – are overwhelming favourites against arguably the weakest side in the last eight, but Manchester United will give their all nonetheless.
A whopping 94.4% - or 46,909 – felt that Bayern Munich will progress to the next round, whilst just 5.6% voted in favour of an unlikely Manchester United victory.
Barcelona and Real Madrid were also voted favourites to make the Champions League semi-finals, though for the demanding public, they won’t expect any less.
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