The trio’s advancement means England has provided eight quarter-finalists over the last three seasons, twice as many as any other nation in a period which includes 2019’s final between Liverpool and Tottenham.
The quarter-final and semi-final fixtures will both be drawn on Friday, so the eight teams remaining will know their potential routes to the final.
Where to watch the Champions League draw
TV channel: The draw will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1, with the draw ceremony beginning at 11am GMT.
Live stream: The Uefa website and BT Sport website will stream the draw live online, while Standard Sport will bring you all the drama on our LIVE blog and on Twitter.
Which teams have qualified?
- Borussia Dortmund
- FC Porto
- Real Madrid
- Man City
- Bayern Munich
Champions League draw rules
From this stage of the competition onwards, the draw is completely open, meaning teams from the same country can be drawn against one another.