Eight teams remain in Europe’s premier competition as the race to the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid hots up.
The draw for the quarter-final takes place in Nyom, Switzerland later this morning where teams will find out their next opponents and discover whether they will be playing at home or away first.
All four English sides remain in the competition (Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham), joined by Ajax, Juventus, Barcelona and Porto.
Here are all the details you need to ensure you don’t miss a single piece of the action when proceedings kick off at 11am.
Champions League draw LIVE stream: How to watch on TV and online
BT Sport will be screening live coverage of the draw in the UK as usual from 11am.
Existing BT customers can also tune into the event via the BT Sport app, which can be downloaded on Apple, Android and tablets.
There is also a way to stream the Champions League draw for free without being a BT Sport subscriber.
UEFA’s official website will be streaming the event live for fans today, with additional coverage on all of their social media channels.
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The story so far
The Champions League knockout stages have not disappointed so far.
Both Madrid clubs crashed out in spectacular style recently, with Real losing to Ajax and Atletico throwing away a 2-0 first leg lead against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus.
Porto caused the end of Eusebio Di Francesco’s reign as Roma boss by knocking the Italian side out 4-3 on aggregate.
Man City made light-work of Schalke, while Barcelona did the same to Lyon.
Manchester United somehow overturned their first leg defeat against PSG thanks to a controversial penalty in the return fixture.
Liverpool comfortably beat Bayern Munich, while Tottenham hammered Borussia Dortmund.
It is the first time in over a decade that four Premier League clubs have occupied half the quarter-final spots.