NYON: Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur will face off in an all-Premier League clash after being draw together in the Champions League quarter-finals on Friday.
Manchester United, who staged a dramatic comeback against Paris Saint-Germain to make the last eight, will take on Barcelona in the other headline tie.
Ajax will meet Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus after dumping out European champions Real Madrid in the last 16, while Liverpool face Porto.
Also, the winner of the City-Spurs tie will take on the winner from the Ajax-Juventus match in the semi-final.
And the winner of the United-Barca clash will face the winner of the Liverpool-Porto match in the other semi-final.