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 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Barcelona, Liverpool remain on top; Ajax climb, Juventus fall

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe makes the case that Liverpool's attacking prowess could have the potential to overwhelm Barcelona in the Champions League semis.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Tottenham and Ajax will be the tie of the round, after both sides reached the semifinals in dramatic fashion.
The ESPN FC panel say Lionel Messi alone makes Barcelona favourites over Liverpool. Are the Reds good enough to stop him?
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Manchester United got a dose of reality following their three-goal defeat in Barcelona.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley credits Ajax for teaching Juventus a footballing lesson over two legs in their Champions League quarterfinal tie.

The Champions League semifinalists occupy the top four spots, while Juve's bad week is reflected by their tumble. Plus, Arsenal and Chelsea are in!

Dropping out: Paris Saint-Germain, Benfica

Agree? Disagree? Let us know, and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV, which airs daily on ESPN+.

Juventus have been in danger of collapse all season long. Against Ajax, it happened

ESPN FC's Craig Burley credits Ajax for teaching Juventus a footballing lesson over two legs in their Champions League quarterfinal tie.

Imagine a warning light flashing on your dashboard as you speed down the highway. You know it's there. You know it's potentially important but no matter what you do, no matter what tweaks you make, it won't go away.

Welcome to Max Allegri's view while driving Juve's team bus. All season long he beat the same drum, even as the side were sailing through their Champions League group and establishing a record-setting pace in Serie A that could see them win the title for the eighth straight year...

Ajax's ideals triumph over riches of Juventus and Cristiano Ronaldo

TURIN, Italy -- It turns out Cristiano Ronaldo is not enough. The Portuguese scored in both legs of Juventus' Champions League quarterfinal against Ajax. He put the Bianconeri in front at the Allianz Stadium on Tuesday. They wouldn't even be here without his face-saving hat trick against Atletico Madrid in the round of 16. The 34-year-old kept up his side of the bargain. Ultimately, though, Juventus came up short.

What Ajax have achieved is stunning. As Erik ten Hag noted on the eve of the game,...

Champions League quarterfinal second legs: Predictions and key battles

Tottenham stole a late winner despite losing Harry Kane to injury, while Liverpool outmatched Porto at Anfield.

Last week's first legs in the four Champions League quarterfinals offered up a contrast of games that all entertained in their own way and, crucially, kept the ties alive into their respective second legs.

Can Liverpool hang on at Porto? Will Manchester City thrash Tottenham? We get you ready for the second legs.

Jump to: Man City vs. Tottenham

Porto vs. Liverpool

Van Dijk, left, and Liverpool seem destined for the semifinals. Can Porto stop them?

AGGREGATE SCORE: Liverpool lead 2-0
WHEN: Wednesday 4/17, 3 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. BST


Weekend numbers: Paul Pogba's best-ever season, Raheem Sterling's magic touch

The race for the 2018-19 Premier League crown promises to go down to the proverbial wire. A Raheem Sterling brace set up Manchester City's 3-1 win over Crystal Palace, Liverpool responded with a thrilling 2-0 defeat of Chelsea at Anfield. Brilliant stuff. Lower down in the table, Manchester United eked out a 2-1 win over West Ham United at Old Trafford to stay in contention for a top four spot. 

Meanwhile, across continental Europe, two giants of the game squandered chances to seal their respective...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Barcelona No. 1; Liverpool, Juventus climb; Man City drop

Shaka Hislop presents his weekly Power Rankings where Premier League sides have taken control of the top five, but will any claim top spot?
Craig Burley doesn't see a way back for Manchester United, even though they limited Barcelona to just one goal at Old Trafford.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has told ESPN FC in an exclusive interview that he wants Lionel Messi to remain linked to the club forever.

The leaders claim another week on top, but there is movement down below as a pair of Premier League clubs, plus the Italian champions, move up.

Dropping out: Atletico Madrid, Porto, Borussia Dortmund

Agree? Disagree? Let us know, and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV, which airs daily on ESPN+.