Real Madrid beat Liverpool in last season's final to lift a third title in a row, but they will not be winning a fourth after being humiliated by Ajax.
The Champions League quarter-final draw will take place on Friday, March 15.
It will commence at 11am.
The semi-final draw will follow immediately afterwards.
The Champions League draw will be live on BT Sport 2.
You can live stream it on the BT Sport website or app.
For those without BT, the Uefa website will also have a live stream.
The eight teams who have reached the quarter-finals are:
All eight teams can be drawn to face each other in the Champions League quarter-finals, and the same will be the case with the four semi-finalists.
There is no seeding and any teams from the same country can be drawn together, meaning there is every chance two English teams could play each other.
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