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UEFA Champions League draw 2016: Time, TV schedule for the quarterfinals draw

The Champions League quarterfinal draw is to be made on Friday. Here's how you can catch the action.

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The Champions League quarterfinal draw will be held in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday, and you lucky people can catch all of the action. Remember, at this stage of the competition anyone can be drawn against anyone else, and it's fair to say we're likely to get at least one or two spectacular ties.

There are two German teams left in the tournament, though suffice to say, Bayern Munich are much more intimidating an outfit than Wolfsburg, who are perhaps the worst team standing. The only other side competing for that dubious honour are Portugal's Benfica, twice winners of the European Cup -- though they've not achieved such success since the 1960s.

Otherwise, everyone else left in the tournament should be pretty familiar. French champions Paris Saint-Germain are looking as formidable as ever, while knockout ever-presents Barcelona and Real Madrid are joined by Diego Simeone's pesky Atlético, beaten finalists in this competition a couple of seasons ago. The last team in the hat are England's only representatives, Manchester City.

Those in the United States will be able to catch the draw at 7 a.m. ET on FS1, or online through the Fox Sports Go app. For those in the United Kingdom, BT Sport and Eurosport 1 will be showing the draw (at 11 a.m. GMT) through their television and online services. Everyone else, never fear: UEFA will, as ever, be providing a live stream through their website.