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Champions League quarter-final draw: Live stream or watch on TV with BT Sport

When is the Champions League draw? Can I watch it on TV or via live stream? Who can Leicester City face?

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 16/03/17 08:41
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The Champions League quarter-final draw will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport and you can live stream or watch it on TV as the final eight learn their fate.

Subscribers can watch the draw in full from 11am on Friday, 17th March, right here on BTSport.com, via TV on BT Sport 2 or on the award-winning BT Sport app.

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Premier League champions Leicester City's European adventure goes on after perhaps the greatest night in their history, beating Sevilla 2-0 at the King Power Stadium and 3-2 on aggregate to progress.

Now every Foxes fan, including BT Sport's very own Gary Lineker, will be eagerly anticipating the draw for the last eight where they could go up against one of football's biggest names.

The draw will be unseeded and there is no 'country protection' rule at this stage, meaning teams from the same domestic league can be drawn against each other.

The team drawn first will play the quarter-final first leg at home, with those drawn second away, and those first leg ties will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th April.

The return legs will be played the following week on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th April with two of the mouth-watering ties on each night.

After overcoming a record first leg deficit in the last 16, Luis Enrique's Barcelona are not only in the draw but are also the bookmakers' favourites to lift the trophy in Cardiff in May.

Fellow Spanish giants and holders Real Madrid have also progressed after they beat Napoli and could face a repeat of last season's final against local rivals Atletico Madrid.

Another of the tournament's big hitters Bayern Munich are also in the hat after cruising past Arsenal 10-2 on aggregate, with manager Carlo Ancelotti looking to lift the trophy with a third different club.

Bayern's great rivals Borussia Dortmund will be looking to emulate their 1997 success this season and could face the runners-up of 20 years ago Juventus in the last eight after they knocked out Porto.

Full list of qualifiers

Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Leicester City, Monaco and Real Madrid.

When will the ties be played?

First legs: Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th April

Second legs: Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th April

Where will the games be shown?

Every single Champions League quarter-final game will be shown on BT Sport on TV, as well as on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app.

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