Arsenal will face Paris St Germain while Glasgow City have Wolfsberg in the Champions League quarter-finals
Arsenal are set to play Paris St Germain in the Champions League quarter-finals.
The Gunners are the only English team left in the competition and if they beat PSG the London club could face defending champions Lyon in the semi-finals.
The five-time consecutive Champions League winners have been drawn against German team Bayern Munich.
Glasgow City will face two-time European winners Wolfsberg.
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Glasgow, who got through to the quarters after beating Brondby on penalties, will be looking to secure their first-ever semi-final.
The final quarter-final will feature Atletico Madrid against Barcelona. This match may have been threatened by the Spanish footballers strike but their governing body has pledged to pay half of their wages in order to avoid the break in play.
The first leg of the quarters will be played on March 24-25 and the second leg will take place on April 1-2.