The Champions League quarter-final and semi-final draws took place on Friday Nyon, Switzerland and we now know who will play in the last eight and who could face each other in the semi-finals.
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Since the Champions League rebrand at the turn of the century, the reds since 2001 have taken part in the competition 11 years - this is the 7th quarter final in that time and the reds went on to reach the semi-final on 4 of the previous 6 attempts.
The Gunners were due to have the second leg at the Emirates, but their tie was switched as they are not permitted to play at home on the same night as Chelsea.
Many had high hopes for the Cottagers on their return to the Premier League, but while they've been decent going forward, their porous defence has cost them time-and-time again.
In addition, UEFA also drew the road map to the final, with the victor of quarter-final 3 (QF3) facing the victor of QF1, while the two teams advancing from QF2 and QF4 will go head to head in the other clash.
Five-time champion Liverpool got a rematch against Porto, the team they beat in the last 16 last season.
Liverpool were arguably handed the most favourable draw of the round, facing 2004 winners Porto.
Barcelona finished third in the website's list, while Juventus came fourth and Ajax were fifth.
Manchester City and Manchester United will not play their home games in next month's Champions League quarter-finals on the same or consecutive nights following a decision by local authorities, UEFA said on Thursday.
"They beat Dortmund over two legs, who didn't even score a goal".
Barcelona advanced with a 5-1 aggregate win over Lyon while Juventus recovered from a 2-0 deficit to see off Atletico Madrid thanks to a Ronaldo hat-trick in Turin. BT Sport is also the home of the Europa League featuring Arsenal and Chelsea.