The Uefa Champions League are in the last eight and three Premier League clubs are still chasing the continent’s most prestigious trophy.
Reigning champions Chelsea, last year’s beaten finalists Manchester City and 2019 winners Liverpool are all still involved – and any of them could now face off as it’s a completely open draw, with no seed or country protection.
Uefa will now haul all the way to the final, with clubs experiencing both their quarter-final and potential semi-final opponents, as well as the ‘home team’ for the final themselves.
This final will now take place in Paris after St. Petersburg was stripped of the game’s venue – but there are two more rounds to complete before teams can dream of glory in France.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the draw.
When and where does the Champions League quarter-final and semi-final draw take place?
The draw for the remainder of the 2021/22 Champions League will take place on Friday 18 March at 11:00 GMT at the Uefa headquarters, the home of European football, in Nyon, Switzerland.
How can I follow the draw?
Uefa.com will provide a live stream of the proceedings in Switzerland.
Which clubs are taking part in the draw?
The eight winners of the last 16 of the Champions League have advanced to the quarter-finals:
Manchester City (GER)
Real Madrid (ESP)
Atlético Madrid (ESP)
What are the chances of each team to win the Champions League?
Manchester City 11/5
Real Madrid 8/1
Atlético Madrid 16/1
When do the Quarter and Semi-Finals of the Champions League take place?
First leg: 5th/6th April
Second leg: 12th/13th April
First leg: 26th/27th April
Second leg: 3rd/4th May
When is the Champions League final?
The Champions League final will take place on Saturday 28 May at the Stade de France in Paris.
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