All four Premier League clubs in the Champions League learned their fate for the first round of knockout ties, with Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham paired with opponents for the last 16 that will be played in February and March 2020.

Here’s a breakdown of the dates of when and where each game is being played…

Real Madrid vs Manchester City


First Leg: 26 February 2020, Santiago Bernabeu

Second Leg: 17 March 2020, Etihad Stadium

​Real Madrid finished second in their group and so were among the unseeded sides in the draw, pitting them against Premier League champions ​Manchester City.

The pair last faced each other in the Champions League semi-finals in 2015/16, which Real won by a narrow 1-0 aggregate score-line before going on to lift the trophy.

Atletico Madrid vs Liverpool

Jordan Henderson,Joe Gomez,Georginio Wijnaldum

First Leg: 18 February 2020, Wanda Metropolitano

Second Leg: 11 March 2020, Anfield

This promises to be a difficult tie for ​Liverpool as they seek to become only the second side in Champions League (post-1992) to successfully retain the trophy.

Diego Simeone’s ​Atletico have twice been to the final and have been a thorn in the side of a lot of teams in recent years. These two last met in the ​Europa League semi-finals in 2009/10.

Chelsea vs Bayern Munich

Chelsea FC v Lille OSC: Group H - UEFA Champions League

First Leg: 25 February 2020, Stamford Bridge

Second Leg: 18 March 2020, Allianz Arena

A repeat of the 2012 Champions League final sees ​Chelsea face ​Bayern Munich, who were the only club to win all six of their group games, scoring 24 goals in the process.

Chelsea won a two-legged Champions League tie against Bayern in 2004/05, as well as beating them on their own turf in the 2012 final. However, Bayern won the last meeting in the 2013 UEFA Super Cup.

Tottenham Hotspur vs RB Leipzig

Harry Kane,Dele Alli

First Leg: 19 February 2020, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Second Leg: 10 March 2020, Red Bull Arena

​Tottenham face a brand new opponent in RB Leipzig, who have qualified for the Champions League knockout stages for the first time ever after impressively topping their group.

Spurs have already faced German opposition in Europe this season after losing home and away against Bayern Munich in the group stages. Leipzig should be a more favourable challenge.

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