Manchester City are still favourites for outright glory but have eased out to 4/1 after being paired with Real Madrid at the last-16 stage of the Champions League draw.
City have never lifted this trophy, whereas the Whites have prevailed 13 times in Europe’s elite club competition and are now 14/1 to add to that record tally.
This tussle will pit former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola against his old adversaries.
Blues director of football Txiki Begiristain said: “It’s always a pleasure to play against Real Madrid and also to play in a big stadium like the Santiago Bernabeu.
“We’re happy to go there, of course, and we know what we are going to face, we know them very well.
“Also, of course, they know us and what we’re doing and our manager and our team. Everybody knows each other, but it’s a real pleasure to go there.”
The final will take place on May 30 at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul, where the Reds prevailed in 2005 after fighting back from 3-0 down to beat AC Milan on penalties.
London duo face German tests
Former Spurs defender Ledley King feels Jose Mourinho’s Champions League pedigree will be a big factor against Leipzig.
“The manager has won the Champions League and his experience will rub off on the players,” King told BT Sport.
“They are a good side, play with a lot of pace and intensity, so it will be a good game.
“Going to Germany is tough. It is one we won’t be taking lightly. It will be a tough task, but I am quietly confident we can get through.”
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