Chelsea have been drawn against Barcelona in the first knockout round of the Champions League.
It’s the first time the two heavyweights have met since the Blues knocked the Catalans out on their way to winning the title in 2012.
Elsewhere Tottenham face a tricky tie against Italian champions Juventus, while Real Madrid and PSG do battle in a mouthwatering clash.
Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City will all be very happy with their draws.
The first set of first legs will be played on February 13-14, with the second set the following week.
All five Premier League teams qualified for the last 16, setting a record in the competition for most representatives from a single nation.
So can one of them go all the way and reinstate England as Europe’s most dominant force once again?
Full Champions League draw:
Juventus v Tottenham
Basel v Manchester City
FC Porto v Liverpool
Sevilla v Manchester United
Real Madrid v PSG
Shakhtar Donetsk v Roma
Chelsea v Barcelona
Bayern Munich v Besiktas