Champions League - quarter-final draw details

England national team manager Gareth Southgate's squad for this month's European Championship qualifiers has 13 players from four English clubs in the quarter-finals of the Champions League

England national team manager Gareth Southgate's squad for this month's European Championship qualifiers has 13 players from four English clubs in the quarter-finals of the Champions League

Who is in the Champions League quarter-final?

Along with Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool FC, the four Premier League teams are still around and there are a lot of mouth-watering possibilities moving forward.

The Champions League draw for the quarter finals of the competition starts at 12:00 CET on Friday 15 March 2019 at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland and it will be followed directly by the Europa League draw.

In 2006/07 Liverpool oversaw a convincing 4-0 aggregate triumph over PSV, then beat rivals Chelsea on penalties, but AC Milan got revenge in the final.

Manchester City made it to the last eight of the competition with a statement-making 7-0 win over Schalke in the second leg of their last 16 tie at the Etihad.

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"They deserve to be there and we know they will be tough teams". Harry Redknapp's men finished top of Group A, before booting out the other Milan side in the last-32 thanks to a Peter Crouch goal at the San Siro.

This is the first time England has had four teams in the quarter-finals since Liverpool and United were joined by Arsenal and Chelsea in the 2008-09 campaign.

Manchester United could see a Premier League standing below Manchester City force them into reversing the order of their fixtures in the Champions League quarter-finals. It's definitely up there with United's most dazzling nights under the lights.

Everything inevitably comes to an end at some point but if an English team is to win the Champions League this season, they are likely to have to beat a team containing Messi or Ronaldo, or defeat both, in order to claim the trophy. The Italian giants edged a narrow victory against Ron Atkinson's injury-hit side in the semi-finals of the European Cup-Winners' Cup in 1984, although in 1999, the Reds produced a thrilling second leg comeback in the semi-finals of the Champions League - a prelude to the famous night in Barcelona against Bayern Munich.

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