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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

UEFA Champions League: Group by group predictions

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes go group-by-group to break down the 2015 UEFA Champions League draw.

The 2015-16 UEFA Champions League group stage is set.

With SPI favourites Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Chelsea leading the charge, ESPN FC's Miguel Delaney and John Brewin breakdown each of the eight groups.

Real Madrid and PSG should cruise through to the round of 16, writes John Brewin.
Group A: Real Madrid, PSG, Shakhtar Donetsk, Malmo.

In their Champions League return, Manchester United were dealt a forgiving group and should take top spot without trouble, writes Miguel Delaney....

Champions League draw: Man City and Barcelona face toughest groups

The FC crew react to Manchester City's Group D matchups and wonder if Juventus will be able to escape the group with Sevilla in such good form.

MONACO -- UEFA's new seeding rules began to have an effect at Thursday's Champions League draw. Guaranteeing the champions of the top seven associations (Spain, England, Germany, Italy, Portugal, France and Russia), plus the reigning winner of the competition a place in Pot 1 -- rather than awarding the top seeds to the top eight qualified teams according to UEFA rankings -- didn't amount to the seismic shift it might have been.

Still, it benefited the likes of PSV Eindhoven and Zenit. At the...

 By David Mooney

Man City's UCL adventure comes too soon for Iheanacho and Roberts

ESPN FC's Stevie Nicol thinks Manchester City's stellar start is more than just a fluke; he says manager Manuel Pellegrini's transfers this summer have all made sense.
Kelechi Iheanacho has missed out on the City squad.

Manchester City may now be relatively free of the constraints placed upon them by their punishment under the financial fair play regulations, but -- as the club announced its Champions League squad for the group stage of this season's competition -- there actually seems to be little change in how they're setting up. Perhaps this shows how ineffectual the reduction in squad size was for the last campaign, or perhaps it's more a demonstration of astuteness on the club's part to cope.

Either way, Manuel...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arturo Vidal adds extra quality to Bayern's Champions League squad

Mario Gotze was rumoured to be leaving Bayern Munich, instead he's on the squad for the Champions League group stages.

Pep Guardiola and Bayern Munich have set their squad for the group stage of the Champions League, and it includes seven World Cup winners, a two-time European champion and a Copa America winner.

Bayern made some key additions in the summer window, bringing in Arturo Vidal from Juventus and Douglas Costa from Shakhtar Donetsk to add to an already world-class side.

After exiting in the semifinal the last two years, Guardiola will be looking to find the right mix of players to make his way into the...