Man City, Real Madrid, Chelsea and PSG will all meet again towards the end of the month, but who is the favourite to lift the trophy in May's final?
Here, we take a look at the latest outright odds…
However, despite his previous achievements, Los Blancos are only priced at 4/1 to win the Champions League this season.
Out of all the teams that are still left in the competition, Real don't have the youngest squad by any stretch of the imagination. But what they lack in age, Madrid certainly make up in experience… winning experience.
Considering their price and their recent form, it's not surprising that many are tipping the Blues to go all the way. Interestingly, 38% of bettors on Oddschecker have gone for the London outfit.
Chelsea will go head-to-head with Real Madrid in the semi-finals - a game that's currently way too close to call.
However, we could be looking at a case of déjà vu here with the Blues. Back in 2012, Chelsea won the Champions League after a managerial change half-way through the season. Could history repeat itself?
Another thing to consider is that Pochettino's title winning credentials are under the spotlight. The Argentine is yet to win a major trophy during his managerial career. And no, we're not counting Trophee des Champions as a major trophy… sorry Poch.
The Cityzens have only ever been to three other European semi-finals - and two of those were all the way back in the 1970s.
Nevertheless, City got the better of Borussia Dortmund in the quarter-final to bag their spot in the final four of the competition.
The pressure is firmly on but with the amount of quality in this side, it's no surprise to see them as favourites.
Question is, can they deal with the pressure and finally deliver the big one?