Liverpool currently find themselves as fourth favourites to win this season’s Champions League ahead of Friday’s quarter-final draw. The Reds booked their place in the last eight with a 3-1 victory away to Bayern Munich after being held 0-0 in the first leg of their last 16 tie and are one of four clubs left in the competition. According to the latest odds at time of publication from Oddschecker , Liverpool are an 11/2 shot (Betway; Redzone; SportPesa; 10Bet; Sportingbet; MoPlay) to lift the trophy they last secured in Istanbul in 2005. Despite having never won the European Cup and having been eliminated by Jurgen Klopp’s side at the quarter-finals stage last season, defending champions and leaders Manchester City, currently just a point above the second-placed Reds in the table, are the bookmakers favourites. Also ahead of Liverpool in the reckoning are fellow five-times competition winners Barcelona – whose last four successes have come since Steven Gerrard held the trophy aloft – at 10/3 (Bet365; Betfred; Boyle Sports; Sportingbet) and two-times winners Juventus who are generally available at 4/1. England’s other representatives three-times winners Manchester United, 12/1 (Sportingbet); and Tottenham Hotspur, 16/1 (Bet365; William Hill; Betfair; Betway; Sportingbet) are less fancied. Rank outsiders are holders Real Madrid’s conquerors and four times winners Ajax, generally 25/1; and two times winners Porto, 80/1 (Bet365; Betfair; Paddy Power) who were thrashed 5-0 on aggregate by Liverpool at the last 16 stage last season with all the Reds goals coming in the first leg in Portugal.