CHAMPIONS LEAGUE draw day is here!

Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City fans brace yourselves, as you're about to find out your teams' fate for the quarter-final AND the semi-final, should they make it that far.

The Premier League sides have been imperious in the competition so far, with three making up the last eight, while La Liga also have three sides of their own.

Germany's Bayern Munich and Portugal's Benfica form the rest of the pack.

  • Start time: 11am GMT
  • TV/Live stream: BT Sport YouTube
  • Teams: Chelsea, Benfica, Villarreal, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Man City


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  • Lloyd Canfield

    Who are the last eight?

    The Champions League last eight is made up of 3 teams from Spain and England, with 1 team from Germany and Portugal respectively.

    There have been some great English and Spanish match-ups over the years, and we will almost certainly see some more drawn today.

    The remaining teams are as follows:

    • Liverpool FC
    • Manchester City FC
    • Chelsea FC
    • Villareal CF
    • Real Madrid
    • Atletico Madrid
    • Bayern Munich
    • Benfica

    Missing the two greatest

    Messi and Ronaldo will not feature in the last 8 of the Champions League for the second season running.

    It looks like we are witnessing the end of an era. Thankfully, there are a host of stars ready to light up the competition this season.

    This includes Chelsea's Kai Havertz and Real Madrid's Vinicius JR, as well as veteran strikers such as Karim Benzema and Robert Lewandowski, who provided hat-tricks in the Round of 16.

    Good morning!

    Europe's elite competitions are coming to a close, with 5 British teams still involved, join us for LIVE coverage of the draws.

    In the Quarter-Finals, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City will all be hoping to avoid each other, and no one will want to draw European giants like Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.

    Chelsea will be looking to win back to back Champions League's this season, with Man City seeking revenge for last season's final loss.

    Manchester United were the only British team to be knocked out in the previous round, losing 1-0 at home to Atletico in the second leg, after fighting for a 1-1 draw away from home.

    In the Europa League, West Ham and Rangers will be looking to go all the way, but could face tough opposition such as FC Barcelona, who they will be hoping to avoid.

    This draw also decides all clubs routes to the final, and they will be looking on, hoping to see their team get the more favourable side, which was seen as key in Chelsea winning the competition last season.

    The draw begins at 11AM GMT, and takes place at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

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