Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has shared on who will come out on top between Ajax Amsterdam and Tottenham Hotspur this evening.
After Liverpool did the unthinkable against FC Barcelona on Tuesday evening, Ajax and Spurs will battle it out for a spot in the final tonight.
Ajax have overcome defending champions Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus in the previous rounds, which should not be taken lightly, according to the Portuguese tactician.
"It's really, really hard [to call]," Mourinho said, according to the Mirror.
"Looking to the history of the Champions League, Ajax are better away than at home.
"They've had three victories in England, Spain and Italy, they played against the top countries, even against Benfica, nothing was easy for them and they were magnificent.
"At home, as I was saying, they have their style of play but so do Tottenham and I think Tottenham knows that they also can [progress].
"To play without [Harry] Kane is difficult, to play without Kane and Son [Heung-min] at the same time is even more difficult and next time at least Son is there.
"He is an aggressive player, he's fast, he has transitions and he can hurt people so the game is open."