Which English team do you think are favourites?

Which English side is favourite?

  • Tottenham Hotspur

  • Manchester United

  • Liverpool


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Ciaran-Fitzgerald

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The first question is IF you think English teams are even favourite?

But, humoring the possibility that one of them will win, who will it be?

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I wouldn't say english teams are favorite because there are other european teams strong too. In the present situation I don't think United or Liverpool could manage to win it so Tottenham.
 

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Spurs on the side alone. The best of those in it from England and if the other two drew Dortmund i'd dismiss them immediately but i think Spurs can turn them over. Trouble for Spurs is they have a real chance at the league title so this may be a bit of a back seater for them. Liverpool and Man Utd pretty much need this.
 

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Well Spurs are probably going to have to beat the favourites now in the next round whilst Liverpool or Man U will fancy themselves in the last 8 I suspect.
 
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Out of the 3 I'd say Spurs, but they have to beat the outright favourites to get through. For the record, I don't think any of them will win it.
 

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Spurs do look good, getting them or Dortmund would've been a hard ask for Liverpool or Man Utd.
 

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Spurs do look good, getting them or Dortmund would've been a hard ask for Liverpool or Man Utd.

Have you forgotten what you said about Liverpool in the Europa League, mate?

Refer to my sig if you need to.
 

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Have you forgotten what you said about Liverpool in the Europa League, mate?

Refer to my sig if you need to.
I don't have sigs activated but I know what you are on about. Once Spurs or Dortmund are eliminated it gives the rest of the teams a great chance of winning it.
 

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I don't have sigs activated but I know what you are on about. Once Spurs or Dortmund are eliminated it gives the rest of the teams a great chance of winning it.

"Meh it's only a year's absence. We'll win the EL in the meantime then."
 

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"Meh it's only a year's absence. We'll win the EL in the meantime then."
Indeed I'm still confident Liverpool could go all the way but it's no gonna be easy! :D
 

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"Could".

This really is an interesting change of word choice.
 

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This is where the real work begins and all depends on how they play on the nights. If they play as they can, Klopp can guide them to Euro glory once again. ;)

What you think of your chances Stevie?
 

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This is where the real work begins and all depends on how they play on the nights. If they play as they can, Klopp can guide them to Euro glory once again. ;)

What you think of your chances Stevie?

Very low, I'd say. In fact there aren't many teams left in the competition that I'd actually be confident of us beating at the moment.
 

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Looking forward to it, as there is something tangible to both sides riding on this. Should be a high scoring cracker. Will De Gea be fit by the 10th?
 

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Looking forward to it, as there is something tangible to both sides riding on this. Should be a high scoring cracker. Will De Gea be fit by the 10th?

Me too - it should be good. Who needs the Champions League?

I think De Gea is scheduled to be back by then, yeah.
 

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I think De Gea is scheduled to be back by then, yeah.

Oh thats good...

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I would probably go with NONE. However if I had to choose, Spurs don't have the best time in Europe and may concentrate more on the prem given their current position. United don't have the flair or enough non-injured players atm and Liverpool don't look very impressive in Europe either... however Liverpool's and Klopps' European experience make them the most likely for me.
 

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