In this week’s Football Weekly, we examine the three most likely teams to win the Champions League, and also look at who is going to challenge them.
Here are our picks for the top three: Arsenal, Real Madrid, Chelsea… or is it Juventus?
The Gunners are in a league where they have to be at their best.
Arsene Wenger’s side have won just one of their past five games and have failed to win in four of their last five away games.
They have also only beaten two of their eight top-flight opponents in this season’s Champions League.
They also have the best defensive record in Europe and have conceded just one goal in their past four games.
Arsenal’s midfield duo of Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil are the best duo in the world.
Both are superb in the air and can move around the pitch with ease.
Real Madrid are currently one of the best teams in Europe.
They are unbeaten in four matches and have only conceded three goals in their last four away games against top opposition.
Madrid have struggled for form this season, losing their opening two matches to Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
But they have won their last two matches and are currently unbeaten in their Champions League group stages.
Chelsea have been the best team in Europe this season and have won eight of their 11 games in the Champions Leagues.
The Blues have only lost once in their eight matches away from Stamford Bridge and are unbeaten against their former employers.
And they have only managed to score one goal away from home this season.
The Bianconeri have had a tough start to the season, but they are now unbeaten in nine games at the Bernabeu.
Bianconeri fans have not seen much of their star player in the first half of the season due to injury, and are now starting to trust the Italian national team coach.
This week we will see whether Juve can stay up this season or whether the Biancones will struggle to qualify for the Champions’ League.
Who will win the title?