When and where?
The draw is scheduled to take place at 11:00 (UK) on Friday 18 March at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
BT Sport will broadcast the draw live in the UK, while you can also stream it via both the UEFA and BT Sport website.
Be sure to have app notifications turned on so you’re alerted to our last eight opponents as soon as the draw has been made.
With both the quarter-final and potential last four ties confirmed, City will know our potential route to the Champions League final by next Friday.
From this stage in the competition, teams from the same country can now face each other, meaning Pep Guardiola's men could face Liverpool or Chelsea in the next round.
There will also be no seedings, meaning home and away legs will be determined by the order in which teams are drawn.
Once the last eight draw is complete, each quarter-final tie will be assigned a number between one and four, with those new balls then determining the semi-final ties.
When are the ties?
The first legs of the quarter-finals will take place on Tuesday 5 or Wednesday 6 April, with the return fixtures scheduled for the following week on Tuesday 12 or Wednesday 13 April.
Should City progress, then our last four ties will start on Tuesday 26 or Wednesday 27 April, with the second leg getting under way on either Tuesday 3 or Wednesday 4 May.
This season’s Champions League final is on Saturday 28 May at Paris’ Stade de France.