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Champions League draw: Best and worst case scenarios for Man Utd, Liverpool and Spurs

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Champions League draw: Best and worst case scenarios for Man Utd, Liverpool and SpursCHAMPIONS LEAGUE DRAW: Starsport’s expert writers take a look at the best and worst case scenarios for Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham in the Champions League quarter-final draw.
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News video: Are Spurs Screwed After Tasty Champions League Draw?! | Poet & Vuj React in Comments Below

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Poet and Vuj react to the unreal Champions League Draw as Man United face Barcelona, Spurs face Man City and more! Do Liverpool have the easiest tie of them all? Poet and Vuj discuss this, the midweek action and much more in this week's Comments Below.Music: Sweden - VibbarDon't forget to tune in...

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