How the Champions League quarter-final draw unfolded
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English hopes rest on Liverpool
Liverpool will be the only English side on the second half of the draw. The other side includes Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham.
The winner of the first semi will play the winner of the second semi
The winner of the first semi-final (Tottenham, Manchester City, Barcelona or Manchester United) will play the winner of the second semi-final (Ajax, Juventus, Liverpool or Porto). That final will be played on June 1 at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano.
Manchester United v Barcelona dates to be swapped
Due to Manchester City and Manchester United's respective clashes being scheduled for the same day, UEFA rulings mean that United will instead play their first leg against Barcelona at home.
The second semi-final
The second semi-final will be played between the winner of quarter-final no. 4 (Barcelona or Manchester United) and the winner of quarter final no. 2 (Liverpool or Porto).
The first semi-final
Winner of quarter final no. 3 (Tottenham or Manchester City) will play the winner of quarter final no. 1 (Ajax v Juventus) in the first semi-final.
Barcelona v Manchester United
The last quarter-final will be a repeat of the 2008 semi-final, with Barcelona facing Manchester United.
Tottenham v Manchester City
The third quarter-final will be an all-English affair, with Tottenham coming up against Manchester City!
Liverpool v Porto
In a repeat of last season's last 16 tie, Liverpool will face Porto!
Ajax v Juventus
Our first quarter-final will be Ajax v Juventus!
Here we go!
Julio Cesar reaches for the first ball...
Focus on Ronaldo
UEFA are quick to point out the impact Cristiano Ronaldo has had in previous editions of the Champions League. Could he lead Juventus to glory this year?
The ceremony begins
Our host is out, and is met by a round of applause. Let the formalities commence.
More famous faces
Luis Figo and Julio Cesar are here to conduct the draw.
A very famous face has entered the building
Representing Juventus today, just as he did in his playing career, is none other than Pavel Nedved.
A novelty for 2018-19
As a new feature for this year's edition, the semi-finals will also be announced, meaning the teams will know their exact route to the final.
Eight teams remain in the tournament
A quick recap of those left in the competition - we have Barcelona, Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus, Ajax, Porto. All dream of making it all the way to the final on June 1. Who do you think will win?
Very close to the start of the draw...
At 11:00 (GMT) the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals will begin in Nyon, Switzerland. As a new addition for this year's edition, the draw for the semi-finals will also be announced straight afterwards.
Join us for the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals and semi-finals!