Manchester City Women booked their place in the semi-finals of the UEFA Women's Champions League with victory over Fortuna Hjorring. Here's everything you need to know ahead of the final four...
When and where?
City will welcome Lyon to the Academy Stadium on either the 22/23 April before travelling to the France for the second leg on either 29/30 April.
How did they get here?
Lyon began the tournament with a 10-2 aggregate victory over Norwegian club Avaldsnes. They followed that up by beating Zurich 17-0 across two legs before a 2-1 defeat of fellow tournament heavyweights Wolfsburg in the quarter-finals.
Attacking full-back Lucy Bronze is City's most prolific player in the competition with three strikes.
Experienced France internationals Eugenie Le Sommer and Camille Abily have both scored five goals in this season's tournament for Lyon.
This is City's first year in the competition - a fact which makes the achievements of Nick Cushing's even more impressive.
Lyon are one of the most prestigious clubs in Europe and have lifted the trophy on three occasions (2011, 2013, 2016).
Players to watch out for
City's Carli Lloyd will face off with international teammate and fellow World Cup winner and Olympic Gold medalist Alex Morgan who joined Lyon in January. Morgan, who plays as a striker, is also regarded as one of the brightest talents in the world.
Lyon also have a number of French internationals including Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard, Eugenie Le Sommer amd Camille Abily.
Barcelona will go head-to-head with Paris in the other tie in the final four. The two winners will meet in the final at the Cardiff City Stadium on 1 June.
We'll have full build-up to and coverage of Manchester City v Lyon on mancity.com and @ManCityWomen on Twitter.