The draw for the Champions League knockout stages is made this morning and you will be able to follow all the action on our digital platforms.
We will be running a live blog right here as Arsenal, Leicester and Manchester City learn who they will be facing in the last 16.
The draw takes place in Nyon at 11am and the eight group winners will be drawn against the eight runners-up.
One of the group winners could face defending champions Real Madrid, who are on a club-record 35-match unbeaten run but were edged out for top spot in their group by Borussia Dortmund.
Clubs cannot be drawn against teams they faced in the group stages or other teams from their own countries, so there are only five teams Real can be drawn against, with Arsenal and Leicester among them.
The Gunners topped their Champions League group for the first time in five seasons and their other potential opponents are German champions Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen, Benfica, Porto and Sevilla.
Real Madrid lie in wait for one of the eight group winners
Premier League champions Leicester topped Group G and their list of possible opponents is the same as Arsenal's, except they could play Paris Saint-Germain and will not be drawn to face Porto.
Last year's semi-finalists, Manchester City, had to settle for second place behind Barcelona in their group and Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, Monaco and Napoli are all potential last-16 opponents for Pep Guardiola's side.
The draw for the last 32 of the Europa League will also be made in Nyon today, with Manchester United and Tottenham both in the hat.
They will be kept apart as teams from the same country cannot meet until the last-16 stage.