Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand disagree as they predict Champions League finalists

Thibaut Courtois saves Mohamed Salah in Anfield clash between Real Madrid and Liverpool

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Michael Owen and Rio Ferdinand disagreed as they predicted this year’s Champions League final – and there is a bottle of victory for the one who succeeds.
Pundits have had a bet on who will fight to win the European Cup after the last four lineups have been confirmed – including Premier League sides Chelsea and Manchester City.

Chelsea will face Real Madrid in their two-legged semi-final after defeating Porto, with Zinedine Zidane’s side knocking out Liverpool on Wednesday night.

And City won an enticing game against Paris-Saint Germain after seeing Borussia Dortmund, with the French side on a high note after knocking out champions Bayern Munich.

This is the second time in three seasons that there have been two Premier League clubs in the past four, after Liverpool triumphed over Tottenham in the 2019 final.

Rio Ferdinand and Michael Owen couldn’t agree as they discussed their Champions League predictions with Gary Lineker
(Image: BT Sport)

And Owen believes Chelsea and City will win their respective matches to stage another all-English clash.

But his former Manchester United team-mate Ferdinand disagrees, believing both PSG and Real Madrid will make the final.

“I went for an all-English final, he thinks otherwise,” said former Liverpool, Madrid and United striker Owen. BT Sport .

Ferdinand said the duo had a “bottle of wine” bet on who would make it to the semi-finals, adding: “I’m going to Paris Saint-Germain against Real Madrid. “

Thibaut Courtois saves Mohamed Salah in Anfield clash between Real Madrid and Liverpool
(Image: Peter Powell / EPA-EFE / REX / Shutterstock)

The semi-finals will take place on April 27 and 28 and May 4 and 5, with the final set for May 29.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has said he loves facing his former club Chelsea after making several saves to turn down Liverpool.

“It will be very nice to see a lot of familiar faces and I wish there were an audience at Stamford Bridge because there were a lot of happy times that I had there,” said Courtois. Be in sports after Wednesday’s 0-0 draw at Anfield.

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