The draw for the Champions League quarter-finals takes place this Friday now that the eight remaining sides in the tournament are known.
Manchester City will be among them following their 3-1 aggregate win over Dynamo Kiev. They will be the only representative from the Premier League after Arsenal and Chelsea exited the competition to Barcelona and PSG respectively.
The draw with take place this Friday (18 March) in Nyon at 11am (GMT).
There will be no seedings and no country restrictions, meaning teams from the same nation could potentially face each other, such as Barcelona and Real Madrid.
The sides drawn first will play the first-leg of their ties at home.
The first-leg ties will be played on April 5/6, with the second-leg a week later on 12/13 April.
Teams in the quarter-final draw...
Real Madrid (Spain)
Manchester City (England)
Atletico Madrid (Spain)
Bayern Munich (Germany)Reuse content