Manchester United and Chelsea will face each other in the Champions League quarter finals after being drawn in a rematch of their 2008 European final.
Premier League leaders Manchester United, who beat Chelsea on penalties in Moscow three years ago, will enjoy home advantage in the second leg against the defending English league champions.
Tottenham Hotspur were handed a glamorous but daunting clash against Real Madrid. However, they will take on the Spanish giants at White Hart Lane in the second match.
Favourites Barcelona, who conquered Arsenal in the last round, were handed one of the two supposedly easier draws and will take on Ukrainians Shakhtar Donetsk while defending champions Inter Milan will face German side Schalke.
The semi-finals were also drawn today and the winner of the Chelsea-United clash will meet Inter or Schalke in the last four, with the winning English side at home second.
Should Spurs come through against Madrid, they will be at home first against Barca or Shakhtar.
While Chelsea are reigning English champions, rivals United currently lead them by nine points in the Premier League and have history on their side in the competition.
Carlo Ancelottis side have never won the Champions League, despite owner Roman Abramovichs best efforts. The closest they came was in Russia in 2008 when United edged them over 120 minutes and penalties, having drawn 1-1 in normal time at the Luzhniki Stadium.