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    An all English affair is a highlight of the quarter-final draw for European football's Champions League

    An all English affair is a highlight of the quarter-final draw for European football's Champions League


    Current Premier League leaders Manchester City and third placed Tottenham have drawn each other, while Manchester United face Barcelona.

    Last year's beaten finalists Liverpool will play Porto, while Ajax and Juventus complete the draw.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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