The draw for the quarter-finals of the Champions League will take place this Friday with three English teams still in contention.
Chelsea and Bayern Munich were the final two teams to progress through the last 16 stage with wins on Wednesday night.
The Blues saw off La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid having won both legs.
That is the same story with Manchester City and Liverpool, who both saw off German opposition with relative ease.
Bayern, among the favourites and defending champions, beat Lazio to remain on course for a second successive triumph.
Spanish sides have dominated the competition over the past decade, but will have Real Madrid as a sole representative in the quarter-finals.
It is also the first time since 2005 that the last eight draw will not feature Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo after Barcelona and Juventus were both dumped out.
When is the Champions League quarter-final draw?
The draw for the last eight will take place on Friday March 19 at around 11am
It will be conducted at UEFA’s headquarters – the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
What TV channel is the Champions League quarter-final draw on?
Viewers can stream the draw live on UEFA’s official website.
Mirror Football will also be bringing you live coverage of the event.
Who is in the Champions League quarter-finals?
English teams make up three of the final eight with Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City all present.
Holders Bayern Munich also remain in contention as do last year’s beaten finalists PSG.
The competition’s most successful team, Real Madrid, saw off Atalanta to make the last eight.
Borussia Dortmund, winners in 1997, will also be in the draw as will Porto, who have twice won Europe’s top prize.
Seedings and same country protection no longer applies meaning anyone can draw anyone.
When are the Champions League quarter-finals?
The first-legs for the last eight will take place on April 6 and 7.
Second-legs will then take place a week later on April 13 and 14.