Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco during a press conference. REUTERS/Max Rossi
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The Champions League semifinals could feature four of the five most successful teams in European soccer's elite competition.Real Madrid, which lifted the European Cup for a record-extending 12th time last season, holds a 3-0 lead over Juventus heading into Wednesday's quarterfinal second leg.Liverpool and Barcelona -- both five-time European champions -- also enjoy three-goal advantages. On Tuesday, Barcelona heads to AS Roma 4-1 in front, and Liverpool goes to Manchester City leading 3-0 .Like Bayern, Manchester City had a chance to secure the domestic title.Regardless of the 3-2 loss to United, City will undoubtedly win the Premier League.It's not such a daunting proposition since City has already beaten Juergen Klopp's side 5-0 at home in the league this season.The Italian capital club only has a one-point hold on the fourth Champions League place from Serie A. But when Barcelona comes to Rome, the hosts are likely to have Radja Nainggolan back in the side after the midfielder missed the 3-0 first-leg loss at Camp Nou with a leg injury.
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