Football: Quarter-final draws
Thursday 18 December 1997
Bayer Leverkusen (Ger) v Real Madrid (Sp)
Juventus (It) v Dynamo Kiev (Ukr)
Bayern Munich (Ger) v Borussia Dortmund (Ger)
Monaco (Fr) v Manchester United
(First leg March 4; Second leg March 18)
Cup Winners' Cup
Roda JC Kerkrade (Neth) v Vicenza (It)
Slavia Prague (Cz Rep) v VfB Stuttgart (Ger)
AEK Athens (Gr) v Lokomotiv Moscow (Rus)
Real Betis (Sp) v Chelsea
(First leg March 5; Second leg March 19)
Ajax Amsterdam (Neth) v Spartak Moscow (Rus)
Internazionale (It) v Schalke O4 (Ger)
Lazio (It) v Auxerre (Fr)
Atletico Madrid (Sp) v Aston Villa
(First leg March 3; Second leg March 17)
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