The knockout stage of the 2015-16 UEFA Champions League kicks off Tuesday, with the 16 remaining clubs playing a two-leg, home-and-away series for a spot in the quarterfinals. The same format will follow each subsequent round until two finalists square off on May 28 in Milan.
Will Barcelona become the first team in 20-plus years to repeat as champs? Which other teams are most likely to raise the trophy? And what surprises could be in store for the round of 16?
To help determine that, ESPN Insider data partner BETEGY has projected each remaining team's odds to advance to the quarterfinals as well as their overall title odds. (Click here to read about BETEGY's methodology.)
Here's the title and round-of-16 forecast for every team along with an analysis of each matchup....
The Parisian commuter who was shoved off a train and racially abused by visiting Chelsea fans last year says he is slowly recovering from the "nervous breakdown" that he suffered after the incident.
Soulemayne Sylla was repeatedly prevented from entering a Paris metro last February by a group of Chelsea supporters -- in the French capital for the Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain -- who also taunted him with racial chanting.
Former Juventus striker David Trezeguet says Paris Saint-Germain's chances of winning the Champions League have been hit by a lack of competition in France.
Ahead of their round-of-16 tie with Chelsea, the French champions currently sit 24 points clear at the top of Ligue 1. PSG are also through to the final of the Coupe de la Ligue and the quarterfinals of the Coupe de France, meaning they are on course to complete a second successive sweep of domestic silverware.