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Which English teams will qualify?

With City losing yesterday we take a look at the other English teams and predict whether they will qualify towards the last eight.

Yesterday saw City lose 2-0 at the hands of a punishing Barcelona. Will City and the other teams of England qualify to the last eight or will they be swept aside by the might of Europe.

Man City: After losing the first leg we believe that City can turn this around, Demichelis had the tough job last night of marking Messi which resulted in him being shown a red card and giving away a penalty. As they still looked threatening last night with 10 men we predict that City will turn the tie around and win 3-1 and the Nou Camp which will see them through on away goals.

Prediction to qualify: City

Arsenal: Up against the current champions Bayern Munich, Arsenal have the toughest job of any England team. With both teams playing free flowing football and each with their fair share of the infamous "Tika-Taka" we predict an exciting match up. However, unfortunately for Arsenal we see Bayern Munich the victors over the two legs.

Prediction to qualify: Bayern Munich

Chelsea: Chelsea will be facing former favourite Didier Drogba. In terms of players Chelsea have the superior fire power with the likes of Hazard, Oscar and Willian but still lack the top striker to replace Dider Drogba.  We see Mourinho's men up for this game and capable of qualifying.

Prediction to qualify: Chelsea

Man Utd: Playing Olympiakos, Manchester United have supposedly got the easiest draw out of all the English teams. Although we're expecting Olympiakos to bring a tough fight, Olympiakos will have to close part of their stadium due to racist behaviour. Without this support we think United will have the easier opportunities and will go through.

Prediction to qualify: United

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