The draw for the 2014/2015 UEFA Champions League’s round of 16 will take place on Monday, 15 December 2014 at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. This draw attract a lot of attention among football fans all over the world and therefore is followed by a peak of fans who seek tickets to their favourite team matches.
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The blaugrana have faced all seven teams they could face in the round of 16: Juventus, Basel, Bayer Leverkusen, Arsenal, Manchester City, Shakhtar and Schalke, but many believe PSG are capable of challenging for the top prize.
But while they dominate in France, the gulf in class between their domestic and European competition is vast.
There is no doubt they have the squad and resources capable of becoming a powerhouse but too often they don’t show up and while Zlatan Ibrahimovic has the ability to win a match on his own, a leaky defence means Laurent Blanc’s side have work to do yet if they are to harbour realistic hopes of giving the likes of Real Madrid a real run for their money.
No team has ever defended the Champions League but Real Madrid surely have to be heavy favourites to achieve that feat in May.
Carlo Ancelotti’s Galacticos swatted aside the challengers in Group B with ease as became the first team to finish the group stages with maximum points. What’s more, they netted 16 goals which was the joint second-highest behind Chelsea.
Their current winning run stands at 19 games in all competitions and it’s hard to see any team standing in their way. A lot can change between now and the knock-out stages, however, but at 3/1, Los Blancos don’t offer great value.