City take a 5-3 lead to Monaco for their last-16 second leg but will be wary of the impossible becoming possible after watching Barcelona’s heroics earlier this week.
The Catalans required three goals at the death to secure the most dramatic turnaround in European football history and book their place in the quarter-finals.
City will hope to join them, while Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund also have their places reserved in the hat.
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Leicester have also made the cut after overcoming Sevilla 2-0 on Tuesday night to overturn their 2-1 away defeat.
But when it the next stage being decided?
Here is all you need to know.
When does the draw take place?
The draw will take place on the morning of Friday March 17.
It gets under way at 11am GMT and will be broadcast from Nyon, Switzerland, as per normal.
Is the draw on TV?
The draw is expected to be shown live on BT Sport, given that they have the TV rights for the competition, but their schedule is yet to be confirmed.
UEFA’s website will also be streaming it for free.
Otherwise, all the developments will be tracked live on our all-singing, all-dancing Mirror Football blog.
Who is in the draw?
- Bayern Munich
- Real Madrid
- Borussia Dortmund
To be confirmed:
- Juventus (2) or Porto (0)
- Atletico Madrid (4) or Bayer Leverkusen (2)
- Monaco (3) or Manchester City (5)
When are the quarter-final fixtures played?
All of the quarter-final ties take place on the week commencing April 10, with the second leg ties taking place the following week.
There will be two games on the Tuesday night and two on the Wednesday night of each week.
Who are the favourites to win the Champions League?
- Barcelona 5/2
- Bayern Munich 3/1
- Real Madrid 9/2
- Juventus 9/1
- Borussia Dortmund 9/1
- Atletico Madrid 9/1
- Manchester City 12/1
- Sevilla 25/1
Odds supplied by SkyBet