The draw for the quarter-finals of this season's Europa League takes place in Nyon, Switzerland, at UEFA's headquarters. Last season's Champions League winners Chelsea, along with Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle are the three English teams who have made their way to the final eight of the tournament. No teams are seeded in the draw and the clubs could face the team from the same league.
Where to Watch.
The draw starts at 11am GMT. Live coverage will be available on Sky Sports News. Click here to watch the draw online, via UEFA's official Web site.
The 2012/13 Europa League is the only competition in which English teams are representing at the European stage after the Premier League leaders Manchester United and the north London club Arsenal failed to progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League this season.
The European champions Chelsea are one of the firm favourites to win this season's Europa League after the west London club made history for the wrong reasons, as they failed to progress to the knock-out round of the Champions League. Andre Villas-Boas could give a tough time for his former club in winning the continents' second-tier competition as Spurs are also in the race to win the tournament.
Aside from the Premier League clubs, other big clubs who are in contention to win the Europa League are Russian club FC Rubin Kazan, Italian club S.S Lazio and Portuguese club S.L Benfica.
Final Eight Teams
Tottenham Hotspur FC, SL Benfica, S.S. Lazio, Chelsea FC, Newcastle United FC, FC Basel 1893, FC Rubin Kazan and Fenerbahçe SK.
First leg matches will be played on 4 April and the return games will be played on 11 April.
Chelsea progressed to the final eight of the Europa League after their 3-1 win over Steaua Bucharest this midweek. Fernando Torres' late striker helped the Blues stay in the competition as the first leg in Romania saw the hosts win 1-0. The west London club won the two-legged tie 3-2 on aggregate.
Probable Opponents: Tottenham Hotspur FC, SL Benfica, S.S. Lazio, Newcastle United FC, FC Basel 1893, FC Rubin Kazan, Fenerbahçe SK.
Spurs managed to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Europa League despite their star player Gareth Bale being suspended. The second leg against Inter Milan ended in 4-1 defeat to AVB's side as Emmanuel Adebayor scored the crucial away goal during the extra time, helping the English club to enter the final eight. The north London club progressed after winning the two-legged tie against Italian giants, Inter Milan, 4-4 on aggregate.
Probable Opponents: SL Benfica, S.S. Lazio, Chelsea FC, Newcastle United FC, FC Basel 1893, FC Rubin Kazan, Fenerbahçe SK.
Newcastle made it to the final eight of the Europa League after winning the two-legged tie 1-0 over Russian Premier League club Anzhi Makhachkala. Senegalese international Papiss Cisse left it late for the Magpies as he scored the late winner, which saw Alan Pardew's men progress to the quarter-finals of the European competition.
Probable Opponents: Tottenham Hotspur FC, SL Benfica, S.S. Lazio, Chelsea FC, FC Basel 1893, FC Rubin Kazan, Fenerbahçe SK.