However, how likely are they to win these competitions, with some stern opposition coming from the continent.
In the Champions League, Real Madrid comfortably saw off reigning Premier League champions Liverpool in the quarter-finals, while PSG have defeated Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the last two rounds.
Meanwhile, in the Europa League you have an AS Roma side with ex-Prem players such as Edin Dzeko, Pedro, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and a Villarreal side with Gerard Moreno - who has 19 goals and five assists in La Liga this season.
Riyad Mahrez scores from the penalty spot to grab a vital away goal for Man City! :boom:
They lead on aggregate away at Dortmund... pic.twitter.com/u1X1MlMPtM
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 14, 2021
Luckily for those of you who are wondering if the English sides have a chance against this lot, American data analysts FiveThirtyEight have worked out who are the favourites to win get to the final, and then to go on and win it.
According to them, Manchester City are strong favourites for the Champions League, with local rivals Manchester United also enjoying favourite status in the lesser competition.
Blink and you'll miss Man Utd's opening goal vs Granada...
The Spanish TV director certainly did :joy:
Marcus Rashford brings up 20 goals for the season :dart:#UEL pic.twitter.com/AsyaaMFxrW
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 8, 2021
AS Roma and PSG will be hoping for some upsets, with both set to struggle according to the data.
While an ageing Roma side may have already known the odds were against them, the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe at PSG may be slightly surprised to be rated behind Chelsea - although it is partly because they will be playing favourites Man City in the semi-finals.
Check out the ratings below - what do you think? Who will end up winning?
4. AS Roma - Final: 26% Win: 11%
3. Villarreal - Final: 45% Win: 19%
2. Arsenal - Final: 55% Win: 26%
1. Manchester United - Final: 74% Win: 45%
4. PSG - Final: 19% Win: 8%
3. Chelsea - Final: 47% Win: 17%
2. Real Madrid - Final: 53% Win: 20%
1. Manchester City - Final: 81% Win: 55%
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