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Champions League And Europa League Quarter-final Draw: LIVE!
Join Goal.com while we bring you all the latest from Nyon, Switzerland, as Europe's elite learn what awaits them in the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the Champions League...

16:56 IST

15/03/13

Kishen Patel: PSG vs Barcelona will be a great game too since Ibrahimovic will be up against his former employers, however, he will be only eligible to play the second leg at Camp Nou. Ibra's absence could be a big blow and could lead to the tie being decided in the first leg itself.

16:55 IST

15/03/13

Brendon Netto says: PSG vs Barcelona is going to be another intriguing encounter. The factor for me is that PSG's star man, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is suspended for the home leg so that could make a big difference. They lack a focal point in attack when he's not around and they do rely on him heavily to score goals. Costly suspension to say the least.

16:53 IST

15/03/13

Kishen Patel opines: This draw is a blessing for Real Madrid. They have managed to evade the strongest opponents and could be set to feature in the final! They have a chance to get back at Dortmund and make up for their performance in the group stage. Galatasaray cannot be underestimated but I think Real Madrid won't have problems dealing with the Turkish giants especially they have already faced some of the toughest teams like Man City, Dortmund and Man Utd. Galatasaray would be a breather for Real.

16:52 IST

15/03/13

Mrunal Nakashe says: WHAT A DRAW! PSG VS Barcelona and Bayern Munich Vs Juventus the pick of the bunch Malaga and Galatasaray have a task on their hands though both might have wanted to face each other.

16:51 IST

15/03/13

Bayern Munich have drawn Juventus.

16:50 IST

15/03/13

Real Madrid are the next drawn out and they shall face GALATASARAY

16:49 IST

15/03/13

Malaga is the first name drawn and they shall face Borussia Dortmund

16:45 IST

15/03/13

Dortmund's Sebastian Kehl on the club's official twitter account: "I don't think the other teams wish to be drawn against BVB."

16:43 IST

15/03/13

Steve McManaman: English side have to improve to get here next year. I have given Real Madrid some tough draws this season. They're doing it the hard way and beating all the good teams."

Surely, you have!

16:38 IST

15/03/13

We're now being treated to a montage of how each of the remaining sides progressed to this stage. Plenty of lovely goals in there, let's hope for more of the same next month.

16:35 IST

15/03/13

Uefa General Secretary Gianni Infantino: "We like to think that each game will be played in an atmosphere where the opposition fans feel welcome." Fair enough

16:30 IST

15/03/13

Yonghun Lee, Goal.com Korea's chief editor, says: Real Madrid beat English champ Man City in group stage, I hope they would meet another champ in the tournament. Juventus or Dortmund.

16:29 IST

15/03/13

Bima Said, chief editor of Goal.com Indonesia, says: Barcelona to meet Real Madrid, Juventus vs. Galatasaray, Bayern vs. Malaga and Dortmund vs. PSG.

While Dan Orlowitz wants a Galatasaray versus Barcelona!

16:27 IST

15/03/13

Mrunal Nakashe says: Bayern vs Malaga, Dortmund versus Barcelona, Galatasaray Vs Juventus and PSG Vs Real Madrid

16:25 IST

15/03/13

Kishen Patel from Goal.com India says: Dortmund vs Juventus, PSG vs Real Madrid, Malaga vs Galatasaray and Barcelona vs Bayern

16:21 IST

15/03/13

Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have scored the most number of goals - 18 in the competition so far.

16:20 IST

15/03/13

Galatasaray have moved into their first quarter-final since 2001.

16:13 IST

15/03/13

Real Madrid have the most number of shots on target this season with 104 in the Champions League. While Borussia Dortmund are second with 77.

16:11 IST

15/03/13

Angel Di Maria and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have the maximum assists this season in the Champions League with 5 apiece.

16:07 IST

15/03/13

Kris Voakes, our man at Nyon, says: A quick straw poll among the media suggests that virtually every team will want to avoid Barcelona, which seems natural given that the Blaugrana have made five successive semi-finals.