Just eight teams remain in this season’s Champions League and with the likes of holders Real Madrid and PSG already out, the competition is wide open.
You would have to go back to 2008 to find the last time four English teams made the quarter-finals of the Champions League, when Arsenal , Liverpool , Chelsea and Manchester United all made the final eight.
United eventually went onto win the Champions League that year, which is a good omen for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, having progressed through the Round of 16 in the most incredible circumstances. After trailing 2-0 to PSG in the first leg, a controversial last-minute penalty from Marcus Rashford sent United through on away goals with a 3-1 win at the Parc des Princes.
Local rivals Manchester City advanced in comfortable fashion as they obliterated Schalke 10-2 on aggregate, whilst Tottenham sailed to a 4-0 aggregate victory over fellow German opposition Borussia Dortmund.
Liverpool heaped more misery on German clubs as goals from Sadio Mane and Virgil Van Dijk seen them beat Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the upcoming draw…
What teams are left in the draw?
Manchester City (England)
Manchester United (England)
Tottenham Hotspur (England)
When is the draw?
The quarter-final draw is set to take place on Friday March 15.
It’s scheduled to begin at 11:00am (GMT), with the semi-final draw then taking place immediately after.
Where is the draw being held?
The draw is set to be held in Nyon, Switzerland.
The location is home to UEFA’s headquarters.
Where can I watch the draw?
If you are a BT Sports subscriber, you can watch the draw unfold live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 2 HD, or via the BT Sport website and app.
Alternatively, UEFA will provide a live stream via their website.
You can also follow all the updates of the draw through the Mirror Football live blog.
How does the draw work?
There are no seedings or country protection for the draw; that means anybody can draw anyone in the quarter-finals.
The semi-final draw in the aftermath will enable teams to acknowledge their potential path to the final in Madrid.