Europe’s elite competition will whittle down to just eight after the remaining round of 16 games are decided
LEICESTER CITY are the only English team left in the Champions League hat in a poor year for Premier League clubs.
Manchester City crashed out in Monaco after a poor defensive performance – Arsenal were smashed by Bayern Munich and Tottenham did not even make it our of the group stage.
Here, SunSport explains all there is to know about the Champions League quarter-final draw.
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When will the Champions League quarter-final draw take place?
The Champions League quarter-final draw will take place on March 17, 11am UK time.
The municipality of Nyon in Switzerland will play host to the draw.
You can watch the draw for the Champions League quarter-final live on Uefa‘s website.
Alternatively, you can follow it from 10.30am, March 17 on SunSport’s blog.
When will the Champions League quarter-final fixtures be played?
The Champions League quarter-final fixtures will take place in the week commencing April 10.
The second leg ties will take place the following week.
What is the prize fund for winning a Champions League quarter-final tie?
Teams who make it through the quarter-finals of the Champions League bank a minimum of £6.5million (7.5 million Euros).
Defeat in the last-eight means sides walk away with £5.6m (6.5m Euros).
Who will be in the draw for the Champions League quarter-final?
Premier League champs Leicester are there after their incredible win over Sevilla. The quarter-finals currently have a Spanish and Germanic feel, with holders Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund all through. Juventus are also in the mix.
Manchester City were dumped out at the expense of Monaco, while Atletico Madrid went through after a 4-2 aggregate win over Bayer Leverkusen.