Who will make it to the UEFA Champions League Final?

The UEFA Champions League final is almost upon us and four of the semi finalists have almost an equal chance of making it to the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League Final, the question on everyone’s mind is who will make it to the final? that question will be answered this week as the remaining matches are scheduled for the 4th and 5th of May.
The four semi finalists in this year’s tournament are PSG, Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid, The English are hoping for an all-English final between Manchester City and Chelsea, whilst neutrals would fancy a Real Madrid vs Man City/PSG final. It must be said that whoever qualifies for the final would make worthy finalists because all four teams are quality teams full of stars like Mbappe, Neymar, De Bruyne, Pulisic, Benzema, Kroos and several others.

As it stands, English teams, Manchester City and Chelsea have the advantage because City won 2-1 at PSG, whilst Chelsea drew 1 all with Real Madrid in Spain. Past campaings have proved that these advantages can be easily blown away and the English teams must not be complacent in the second leg to avoid missing out on the final.
In the match between Manchester City and PSG, the hosts need a draw to qualify as they already won in Paris, PSG on the other hand are required at the very least to score 2 goals so they will have to attack. it will be interesting to see the approach which will be employed by both teams but it promises to be an exciting match between two attacking sides.

In the match between Chelsea and Real Madrid, the hosts need a scoreless draw in order for them to reach the final but will they be able to keep the likes of Benzema at bay? Real Madrid will qualify if they win or manage a score draw of at least 2 goals apiece. This is an evenly balanced affair which can go either way.
It is difficult to predict the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League finalists at this stage because all of the four teams are quality sides and can be unplayable on their day. You can watch the second leg UCL matches on these days;
Manchester City vs PSG : 04/05/21 21:00hrs
Chelsea vs Real Madrid : 05/05/21 21:00hrs

The UEFA Champions League final is almost upon us and four of the semi finalists have almost an equal chance of making it to the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League Final, the question on everyone’s mind is who will make it to the final? that question will be answered this week as the remaining matches are scheduled for the 4th and 5th of May.
The four semi finalists in this year’s tournament are PSG, Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid, The English are hoping for an all-English final between Manchester City and Chelsea, whilst neutrals would fancy a Real Madrid vs Man City/PSG final. It must be said that whoever qualifies for the final would make worthy finalists because all four teams are quality teams full of stars like Mbappe, Neymar, De Bruyne, Pulisic, Benzema, Kroos and several others.
As it stands, English teams, Manchester City and Chelsea have the advantage because City won 2-1 at PSG, whilst Chelsea drew 1 all with Real Madrid in Spain. Past campaings have proved that these advantages can be easily blown away and the English teams must not be complacent in the second leg to avoid missing out on the final.
In the match between Manchester City and PSG, the hosts need a draw to qualify as they already won in Paris, PSG on the other hand are required at the very least to score 2 goals so they will have to attack. it will be interesting to see the approach which will be employed by both teams but it promises to be an exciting match between two attacking sides.
In the match between Chelsea and Real Madrid, , the hosts need a scoreless draw inorder for them to reach the final but will they be able to keep the likes of Benzema at bay? Real Madrid will qualify if they win or manage a score draw of at least 2 goals apiece. This is an evenly balanced affair which can go either way.
It is difficult to predict the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League finalists at this stage because all of the four teams are quality sides and can be unplayable on their day. You can watch the second leg UCL matches on these days;
Manchester City vs PSG : 04/05/21 21:00hrs
Chelsea vs Real Madrid : 05/05/21 21:00hrs