Both tournaments return next week, with a series of last-16 ties to be completed in each competition before the remaining knockout rounds begin.
BT Sport is airing all of the remaining matches in both the Champions League and Europa League, with the final of each tournament airing for free not only on the broadcaster’s YouTube channel but also on the BT Sport website and app.
The Europa League fixtures begin on 5 August as Manchester United carry a 5-0 lead into their second leg against LASK at Old Trafford, before Rangers’ tough task of battling back from 3-1 down on aggregate against Bayer Leverkusen on 6 August.
The same night as that tie in Germany, Wolves welcome Olympiakos to the Molineux with the aggregate score at 1-1 heading into the match.
On 7 August in the Champions League, Manchester City take a 2-1 lead into their second leg against Real Madrid at the Etihad, while hosts Juventus attempt to overturn a 1-0 first-leg defeat by Lyon.
On 8 August, Bayern host Chelsea, having beaten the Premier League side 3-0 in the reverse fixture in February. That same evening, Napoli travel to Barcelona, with the teams having fought to a 1-1 draw before coronavirus forced the suspension of European football.
Earlier this month, the draws were made for the quarter-finals and semi-finals of both competitions.
The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of the Champions League will all be played in Lisbon, Portugal, in a straight knockout tournament – every tie will consist of just one leg.
Meanwhile, the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of the Europa League will be played as a straight knockout tournament across four cities in Germany: Cologne, Duisburg, Dusseldorf and Gelsenkirchen. Again, all ties will be single-leg fixtures.
The Champions League final will take place on 23 August, two days after the Europa League final is staged on 21 August.