Tonight sees the start of the quarter-finals, with all four English teams still in contention for the title.
However, we know that at least one of those sides will be knocked out in this stage, as one of the quarter-finals is between Tottenham and Manchester City. Man City are still currently on course for the quadruple, having on the League Cup and booked their place in the FA Cup final. Can the team currently one place below them in the Premier League halt their progress? Meanwhile, current Premier League leaders Liverpool are at home for their first leg against Porto.
The last English team left, Man United, play tomorrow, starting off at home against Barcelona. Also in action tomorrow is the last quarter-final between Ajax and Juventus.
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City is on BT Sport 2 at 19.00 (kick-off 20.00).
Liverpool v FC Porto is on BT Sport 3 at 19.15 (kick-off 20.00).
Manchester United v Barcelona is on BT Sport 2 tomorrow at 19.00 (kick-off 20.00).
Ajax v Juventus is on BT Sport 3 tomorrow at 19.30 (kick-off 20.00).