There are just eight teams left in this year’s Europa League – and there’s a huge English contribution.
Arsenal and Chelsea have both made it to the quarter-finals as they look to secure European glory and a place in next year’s Champions League.
Arsenal survived a huge scare in their clash vs Rennes, coming from 3-1 down in the first leg to defeat them 3-0 at home and book their place in the draw; the second time they came from a goal back in two knockout rounds this season.
Chelsea’s tie was a little more simple. They thrashed Dynamo Kiev 8-0 on aggregate, with Olivier Giroud netting a hat-trick during the second leg.
Here is all you need to know about Friday’s draw…
What teams are left in the draw?
Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)
Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
When is the draw?
The quarter-final draw is taking place on Friday March 15.
It is scheduled to begin at 12midday (GMT), and will be followed by the semi-final draw immediately after.
Where is the draw being held?
The draw, as with all major competition UEFA draws, 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 Baku.