The Premier League's representatives are flying high in the Champions League this season and all five have romped into the final 16.
All eyes will be on Monday's draw as Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham plot a route to the final in Kiev on 26 May 2018.
So what time is the draw and who are the English clubs likely to play in the next round?
What time is the draw?
The draw will take place at 11am GMT on Monday 11 December at Uefa's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
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Who is in which pot?
What are the rules?
Clubs cannot play a team from the group from which they qualified until the quarter-finals, and likewise they are not allowed to meet a team from their own domestic league until the last eight either.
That means Chelsea, for example, cannot be drawn against Roma as they were both in Group C, while they also cannot meet any of the English teams to have won their group, like Manchester United.
So who can play who?
Manchester United finished top of Group A and will face Bayern Munich (4), Juventus (5), Sevilla (7), Shakhtar Donestk (16), Porto (12) or Real Madrid (1).
Chelsea finished second in Group C and will face Paris Saint-Germain (6), Barcelona (3) or Besiktas (28).
Liverpool finished top of Group E and will face Basel (20), Bayern Munich (4), Juventus (5), Shakhtar Donetsk (16), Porto (12) or Real Madrid (1).
Manchester City finished top of Group F and will face Basel (20), Bayern Munich (4), Juventus (5), Sevilla (7), Porto (12) or Real Madrid (1).
Tottenham finished top of Group H and will face Basel (20), Bayern Munich (4), Juventus (5), Sevilla (7), Shakhtar Donetsk (16) or Porto (12).
When will the games be played?
Seeded group winners will be away in the round of 16 first legs on 13/14 and 20/21 February and at home in the return matches on 6/7 and 13/14 March.
What are the odds?
Man City 9-2
Real Madrid 29-5
Bayern Munich 38-5
Man Utd 78-5