All four Premier League sides have booked a place in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Liverpool beat Bayern Munich this evening to make it four from four from England to reach the last eight.
Both Madrid giants as well as Borussia Dortmund and Paris Saint-Germain have exited the competition following a Round of 16 stage full of drama.
Real Madrid’s departure means we will have a new champion this term after their three-year grip on Europe’s elite tournament came to an end at the hands of Ajax.
Tottenham saw off Dortmund, Manchester City did a job on Schalke and Manchester United pulled off a miracle against PSG while Barcelona are the only Spanish side left.
So with the opening knockout stage now complete, here’s who is in the draw for the quarter-finals and how you can watch the all-important ball-picking.
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Champions League quarter-final draw: When is it?
The draw will take place this Friday, the 15th of March at 11am UK time.
It will be conducted at UEFA Headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
Champions League quarter-final draw: Where can I watch it?
A live stream of the draw will be available on UEFA’s official website while BT Sport will also have coverage.
talkSPORT will have all the latest news surrounding the draw on the day as well.
What teams are in the Champions League quarter-final draw
Champions League quarter-final draw: How does it work?
There will be no seedings or country protection for the draw and any restrictions (for political reasons for example) will be announced ahead of the draw.
The semi-final draw will then follow immediately, meaning the rest of the tournament will be mapped out in full to the final in Madrid on June 1.
The quarter-final first-leg ties will be played on April 9 and 10 with the second legs to be played on April 16 and 17.