THE CHAMPIONS League semi-final draw will take place on Friday morning – but there will be no English teams in the hat.
Prem champs Leicester were knocked out by Atletico Madrid in their quarter-final, going down 2-1 on aggregate.
Here, SunSport explains all there is to know about the Champions League semi-final draw.
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When will the Champions League semi-final draw take place?
The Champions League semi-final draw will take place on Friday, April 21 at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
The draw takes place at 11am GMT, with the Europa League draw set to take place after Champions League draw is concluded.
You can watch the draw live on Uefa’s official website, BT Sport as well as keeping up to date on our live blog.
When will the Champions League semi-final fixtures be played?
The semi-final stages will take place in May, with the first legs being played on May 2 and 3.
The second leg will then take place the following week, on May 9 and 10.
Who will be in the draw for the Champions League semi-final?
Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid are there, along with Monaco, and Juventus – who downed Barcelona on Wednesday.
What TV channel is the draw on?
The Champions League semi-final draw is likely to be on BT Sport 2, as the previous rounds were.
A live stream will also be available on Uefa.com.
And you can also follow the action on the SunSport live blog.