The Premier League has seen monumental success in Europe this week, with all six sides making it through to the next round in their respective competitions.
That is unprecedented, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, and Arsenal all in the quarter-finals.
The latter two may only be in the Europa League, but the competition has added weight behind it now because success provides a route to the Champions League.
And all won either convincingly, such as City and Chelsea who demolished Schalke (aggregate score 10-2) and Dynamo Kyiv respectively (aggregate score 8-0).
Or victories were clinched in dramatic circumstances, with United fighting back a 2-0 deficit to beat Paris St-Germain 3-1 at the Parc de Princes to go through.
And one was down to downright determination, with Liverpool turning up at the Allianz Arena and knocking Bayern Munich out courtesy of a 3-1 result.
Only in the mid-2000s has the Premier League looked so dominant – when at least one English team reaching five consecutive finals from 2004-05 to 2008-09.
In recent history, England has seen their top sides falter in the Champions League – with Chelsea the last winner of the competition in 2012.
Liverpool reached the final last year but were beaten comprehensively by Real Madrid, who have dominated the tournament with four wins out of five years.
But Barcelona are the only side left in the Champions League from La Liga, and a power switch could be on the cards.
And Coral man John Hill believes that the Premier League can flex their muscles in Europe, which can have a profound impact on matters back at home.
He said: “It would be fantastic for the Premier League as it shows it is leading the way the moment in Europe.
“Arsenal and Chelsea are in contention for a top four spot.
“If Spurs go out of the Champions League in the next eight, they will be strong favourites to secure a top-four finish ahead of their London rivals as that will be their priority.”