Who will reign in Rome?

Four teams remain in the 2008/09 UEFA Champions League. FIFA.com wants to know whether you think Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester United or Arsenal will emerge as the kings of the continent on 27 May.

As the English, European and world champions, Manchester United are confident they can become the first team to retain the title in the Champions League era. A magnificent goal from Cristiano Ronaldo edged them past Porto in the quarter-finals, and the reigning FIFA World Player, Wayne Rooney and Co, will now take on Arsenal.

The Gunners beat Villarreal convincingly in the last eight and, inspired by recent signing Andrei Arshavin, the return from injury of Cesc Fabregas, and the prolificacy of Emmanuel Adebayor, appear to have found their irrepressible rhythm.

Having overwhelmed Lyon and Bayern Munich in consecutive knockout ties, 6-3 and 5-1 on aggregate respectively, Barcelona have emerged as the marginal favourites to lift the trophy. First, though, Lionel Messi, Thierry Henry, Samuel Eto'o et al must get past Chelsea.

The Blues were beaten on penalties in last year's final but have thrived since Guus Hiddink's appointment as coach in February. The Dutchman oversaw the elimination of Juventus and Liverpool, in the last 16 and quarter-finals respectively, and will entrust the likes of John Terry, Michael Essien and Frank Lampard with ending Barça's run.

So, it's over to you: who will win the Champions League in Rome's Stadio Olimpico? Click 'Add your comment' to make your opinion known, remembering to keep your posts clean, respectful, on-topic and in English.

Source: FIFA.com