Manchester City and Chelsea are the only Premier League teams still competing in the UEFA Champions League, alongside Bayern Munich, Benfica, Napoli, AC Milan, Inter, and holders Real Madrid.
Chelsea and Manchester City may meet in the Champions League semi-finals if they get through their quarter-final matches.
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Chelsea will face holders Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals, the same stage where the 14-time winners defeated the Blues last season.
The Blues defeated Borussia Dortmund to advance to the last eight, while Madrid, led by former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, defeated Liverpool 6-2 on aggregate in a rematch of last season’s final.
Manchester City will face Pep Guardiola’s former club Bayern Munich, the 2020 champions, in the last eight. City thrashed RB Leipzig in their last-16 tie, with Erling Haaland scoring five goals in the second leg, but they’re unlikely to find things as easy against Julian Nagelsmann’s reigning German champions, who easily defeated Paris Saint-Germain.
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In the last eight, Napoli will face AC Milan, while Inter Milan will face Benfica from Portugal.
Quarter-final draw in full
Real Madrid vs Chelsea
Inter Milan vs Benfica
Manchester City vs Bayern Munich
AC Milan vs Napoli
Semi-final draw in full
AC Milan/Napoli vs Inter Milan vs Benfica
Real Madrid/Chelsea vs Manchester City/Bayern Munich