The UEFA Champions League has reached its business end with some of Europe’s biggest clubs ready to learn their fate.
But only two of the four sides will make it to the massive final in Kiev.

Here’s all you need to know about the draw.

When is the Champions League semi-final draw?
The Champions League semi-final draw will take place on Friday, April 13.
It will begin at 1pm GMT +2 and take place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon.

Interestingly, Uefa have decided to switch the draw order around for their two competitions, meaning the Champions League semi-finals will be drawn after the Europa League has taken place at 12pm.

Which teams have qualified for the Champions League semi-final?
Liverpool routed Premier League champions-elect Man City in an astonishing 5-1 aggregate win to become England’s only remaining representatives in the competition.

But even that win paled in shock value compared to Roma’s stunning 3-0 win at home to Barcelona which saw them go through on away goals after a 4-1 loss at the Nou Camp.

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are took the final slots after overcoming Juventus and Sevilla respectively.