Four English clubs will be in the Champions League quarter-final for the first time in over a decade as Liverpool booked their place in the last eight with an impressive win over Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, when up against it.
They joined Manchester United in the last eight after they miraculously made it through with a last-minute Marcus Rashford penalty in Paris and nothing would be more mouth-watering than these two English giants meeting at the quarter-final stage.
Also in the hat will be Tottenham after they demolished Borussia Dortmund over two legs and what marks their draw even more exciting is that the quarter-final is likely to mark one of their first home games in their brand new stadium, after years of waiting. That could give them the advantage that could propel them to the semi-finals for the first time.
Also joining those three from the Premier League, unsurprisingly, is Manchester City. They completely ransacked Schalke at the Etihad, spanking them 7-0 in one of the most one-sided Champions League performances we have ever seen.
When is the Champions League quarter-final draw?
The draw for the last eight of the Champions League will take place on Friday 15th March, at 11am GMT. To save hassle, the semi-final draw will take place immediately after the quarter-final draw, meaning clubs will be able to plot their route to the final.
Where is it taking place?
Where can I watch it?
You can watch it live on BT Sport, or alternatively follow live updates, as the draw happens, right here on The Sportsman.