Champions League draw LIVE: Chelsea, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Man City learn fate – stream, TV channel and start time – The Sun

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE football is soon to return to our screens after six months away – with the draw for the competition to take place in a matter of minutes.

Start time: 11am UK time, with Europa League draw following at midday.

TV/coverage: BT Sport 2 – BT customers can stream using the BT Sport all, while a free stream will also be provided by Uefa on their official website.

Teams involved:
Confirmed: Atalanta, Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig, Paris Saint-Germain.
Still to play second leg: Chelsea 0-3 Bayern Munich, Napoli 1-1 Barcelona, Lyon 1-0 Juventus, Real Madrid 1-2 Manchester City.

Format: Quarter-finals, semi-finals then final draw made in ceremony in Nyon, Switzerland

Dates: August 7–8 : Round of 16 second legs, August 12–15: Quarter-finals, August 18–19: Semi-finals, August 23: Final (Lisbon)

Follow all the latest from Nyon below…

Odds to win: Bayern Munich 11/4, Man City 3/1, Barcelona 6/1, PSG 13/2, Atletico Madrid 12/1, Atalanta 14/1, Juventus 16/1, RB Leipzig 16/1, Real Madrid 28/1, Lyon 40/1, Napoli 40/1, Chelsea 150/1


    If you can't remember how this is going to work, don't worry, scroll down for a reminder where we have explained everything!


    RB Leipzig along with Atalanta are also making their Champions League quarter-final debut.

    And although it was only Tottenham they beat in the last round, they could still be the side to avoid.

    However, they will be without star striker Timo Werner who will leave for Chelsea when the Bundesliga finishes.


    And then once the last 16 ties have been sorted, the quarters, semis and final will all be played behind closed doors in a mini tournament format in Germany.

    2019/20 UEFA Europa League schedule

    5–6 August: Round of 16 (second legs at home teams’ stadiums; single-leg ties in Germany)

    10–11 August: Quarter-finals (Cologne, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Gelsenkirchen)

    16–17 August: Semi-finals (German venues to be confirmed)

    21 August: Final (Cologne)


    The following remaining Europa League last-16 fixtures will be played at the home team's stadium behind closed doors as the teams have already played the first leg…


    Shakhtar Donetsk vs Wolfsburg (2-1)

    Leverkusen vs Rangers (3-1)

    Wolves vs Olympiacos (1-1)

    Manchester United vs LASK (5-0)

    Basel vs Frankfurt (3-0)

    Copenhagen vs İstanbul Başakşehir (0-1)


    Getafe vs Inter and Roma vs Sevilla will take now take place as single leg ties at a yet to be named German stadium behind closed doors as the first-legs of both ties were both cancelled amid the coronavirus outbreak.


    Don't forget, the Europa League draw will take place straight after the Champions League.

    Proceedings get underway around noon.


    Serie A side Atalanta were thrilled to secure their spot in the Champions League quarter-final draw for the first time ever after beating Valencia 8-4(!!!) in the last-16.


    Just under an hour to go until the draw starts for European football's biggest club competition.


    So in case you'd forgotten, there are four remaining last-16 ties still to be played.

    UEFA have now confirmed that those matches can be held at their respective home stadiums.

    The next rounds will be played in their nominated countries: Portugal for the Champions League and Germany for the Europa League.

    It's like a poor man's version of the Euros!

    Anyway here are the outstanding fixtures:

    Friday 7 August and Saturday 8 August

    Juventus vs Lyon (0-1 first leg)

    Man City vs Real Madrid (2-1)

    Bayern Munich vs Chelsea (3-0)

    Barcelona vs Napoli (1-1)

    The remaining Europa League ties will be held on Wednesday 5 August and Thursday 6 August.


    Just a friendly reminder that you won't be seeing Liverpool, Tottenham, Man Utd, Arsenal or any other British clubs in this Champions League draw.

    We have high hopes for Man City – like the bookies who favour them at 3/1 to win the whole thing – but Chelsea are basically there in spirit only (250/1).

    Liverpool were knocked out by Atletico Madrid in the last round, while Tottenham went down weakly to RB Leipzig.


    On the other hand, Chelsea aren't hyping this draw up at all.

    And for good reason too. They are 3-0 from the first leg, which was at HOME.

    Bayern Munich will not fluff that up. Surely…


    Wow, okay. Man City seem confident they have already knocked out Real Madrid.

    A reminder to the Citizens that their 2-1 first-leg lead will definitely get tested at the Eithad.

    Zinedine Zidane's side are no mugs after all.


    Confused about these draws?

    You shouldn't be. A broadcaster has handily explained everything for us here.


    Bayern Munich seem confident.

    Well they have lifted this trophy FIVE times, to be fair.

    That puts them level with Barcelona, behind Liverpool (6), AC Milan (7) and Real Madrid (13).


    Here's the link to UEFA's free live stream.

    We might watch it on there too.


    Hello there, shouldn't you be at work?

    Don't worry we won't do any more impressions of the great Des Lynam – but today is CHAMPIONS LEAGUE AND EUROPA LEAGUE DRAW DAY.

    Yep, we're excited and why not it's been six months since we last saw a ball kicked in anger in these fine competitions.

    It feels like a lifetime ago that Diego Simeone was racing down the Anfield touchline and celebrating with 3,000 delighted Atletico fans after booking their place in the quarter-finals.

    Skipping past the coronavirus issue (you've heard enough about that), new dates have now been booked in for the conclusion of Europe's elite club competitions for August.

    The Champs League will now return on August 7, with the new date for the final in Lisbon on August 23.

    Last year's finalists Liverpool and Tottenham will not be there, but there's a bit of English hope in Pep Guardiola's Man City and just an outside shout for Chelsea.

    Otherwise Bayern Munich, PSG, Barcelona, Atletico and Juventus all lurk ominiously.

    And we have the draw for both the Champs and Europa League this morning, with Man Utd Rangers and Wolves all still involved in the latter.

    All remaining teams across both comps will find out their quarter-final and semi-final fate TODAY – Friday, July 10.

    Taking place at Uefa's HQ in Nyon, the Champions League draw kicks off proceedings at 11am UK time.

    The Europa League draw follows an hour later at 12pm UK time.

    You can watch the draw unfold live on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting promplty at 11am.

    BT customers can stream using the BT Sport app, while a free stream will also be provided by Uefa on their official website.

    So let's get going…

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