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Barcelona favourites, Leicester have 0.6% Champions League chance - SPI

With just eight teams left in the Champions League, the FC panel reveal who they believe will emerge victorious.
With Man City's exit from the UCL, the FC crew look at the reasons why Prem clubs have struggled of late in the UCL.
AS Monaco provided one of the biggest upsets of the UCL, ejecting Man City, while Atletico easily held on to a 4-2 score.
BT Sport highlight: Jan Oblak came up with several key saves to keep Leverkusen off the score sheet, and see Atleti to the quarterfinals.
Relive the top moments from Wednesday's UCL matches as the last two tickets to the Champions League quarters were punched.
The FC boys debate who's to blame for Manchester City's UCL exit: Pep Guardiola or the players?
The FC panel react to Monaco's surprising 3-1 win over Man City, which secured their place in the UCL quarterfinals
BT Sport highlight: Monaco's attacking prowess was in full effect while Man City fizzled and the Ligue 1 side advance to the quarterfinals.
Tiemoue Bakayoko's header sent Monaco through to the Champions League quarterfinals in dramatic fashion.
Jan Oblak came up with several key saves to keep Leverkusen off the score sheet, and see Atleti to the quarterfinals.
Pep Guardiola loses for the first time in the Round of 16 as Manchester City limp out of the Champions League at the hands of Monaco.
BT Sport highlight: Leicester City managed to secure a place into the Quarter Finals of the UEFA Champions League.
A penalty save from Kasper Schmeichel helped send Leicester through, while Juve saw off Porto to advance to the UCL quarters.
Leicester's players have praised the impact of Craig Shakespeare after reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Leicester City celebrates on the pitch after beating Sevilla as former teammate N'Golo Kante looks on!

Leicester City's chances of winning the Champions League this season are just 0.6 percent despite qualifying for the quarterfinals of the competition while Barcelona are favourites to win the competition, according to FiveThirtyEight's Soccer Power Index (SPI).

Leicester defeated Sevilla 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night courtesy of goals from Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton, advancing to the quarterfinals 3-2 on aggregate.

The reigning Premier League champions, who claimed their first ever league title last season despite being quoted at 5,000/1 to do so before the start of the 2015-16 campaign, join Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Monaco in the next round.

After their shock 6-1 win over PSG last week, Barcelona are considered the favourites to win the competition, according to the SPI, which will be adjusted after Friday's quarterfinal draw.

Barca have a 32 percent chance to take home the trophy and a 54 percent chance to make it to the final, at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on June 3. Bayern Munich are their most likely opponent, with a 45 percent chance to make the final and a 25 percent chance to win it.

According to SPI, Monaco -- who sensationally beat Manchester City on away goals after their tie ended 6-6 on aggregate -- have a three percent chance of winning this season's competition. Atletico Madrid, beaten finalists twice in the last three years, have a five percent chance.

The bookmakers are also expecting those clubs to meet in the final, with bet365 offering 11/4 for both Barcelona  and Bayern to win the competition as of Wednesday morning.

Leicester appear just as unlikely to triumph in the bookies' eyes, as they are priced at 33/1.

This article has been updated since it was first published on March 15

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