The draw for the quarter-final of the UEFA Champions League for the 2019/2020 season has been announced.
The draw, which held at UEFA’s headquarters in Switzerland on Friday, put up the winner of Manchester City (England) or Real Madrid (Spain) to face Lyon (France) or Juventus (Italy) in the round of eight.
City currently holds a 2-1 lead over Madrid in their second-round tie, while Lyon has a 1-0 win over Juventus.
The second legs of both second-round ties were suspended due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
RB Leipzig (Germany) and Atletico Madrid (Spain) will battle it out in the second quarter-final.
The winner of Napoli (Italy) and Barcelona (Spain) will face that of Chelsea (England) and Bayern Munich (Germany) in the third round of eight fixture.
Napoli and Barcelona played out a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their second-round encounter in February, while Chelsea were battered 0-3 at home by Bayern Munich.
The fourth and final quarter-final fixture features Atalanta (Italy) taking on Paris Saint-Germain (France).
The remaining second round fixtures will be played between 7-8 August, while the quarter-final fixtures will take place from 12-15 August.
For the semi-finals, the winner of quarter-final one will face the winner of quarter-final three, while the winner of quarter-final two will take on the winner of quarter-final four.
The semi-final fixtures will take place from 18-19 August.
All games from the quarter-final to the final will a one-legged fixture, which will all be played in Portugal.