It is Arsenal’s first Champions League quarter-final since 2010.

Meanwhile, Manchester City travel to the Spanish capital to face a Real Madrid team in the knockout stages of the Champions League for the third season running. Real progressed when the two sides met in the semi-finals in 2021/22, but City got their revenge in the last four last season on their way to lifting the trophy for the first time.

Jurgen Klopp and David Moyes will hold press conferences ahead of UEFA Europa League matches for Liverpool and West Ham United, with Unai Emery speaking ahead of Aston Villa’s UEFA Europa Conference League encounter on Thursday.

Liverpool host Atalanta in the first leg of their quarter-final, and they will be keen to avoid a repeat of their last Anfield meeting with the Italian side – a 2-0 loss during the Champions League group stage in 2020/21.

West Ham travel to Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen and will aim to end the German side’s remarkable 41-match unbeaten run in 2023/24, which has put them on the brink of a first Bundesliga title, as well as a place in the DFB Cup final.

In the Europa Conference League, Villa are at home to Lille for their quarter-final first leg.

Elsewhere, several managers will hold press conferences as they provide updates ahead of the weekend’s Matchweek 33 Premier League fixtures.

Alex Keble previews Arsenal and Manchester City’s quarter-final ties in the UEFA Champions League against Bayern Munich and Real Madrid respectively.

The Champions League returns tonight with Arsenal and Man City kicking off at the same time and on the same side of the draw.

A first all-English semi-final since 2009 is on the cards, but any Premier League fans expecting that outcome should pause to consider the counter-arguments.