Manchester United will take on Chelsea in the quarter-finals of the Champions League – when Spurs face Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho.

Alex Ferguson’s EPL leaders will relish the chance of avenging their recent Stamford Bridge defeat to Chelsea in the matches at the start of April.

And Chelsea will be keen to avenge their 2008 European Cup final penalty shoot-out defeat to United in Moscow.

Chelsea will have home advantage for the first leg of the quarter-finals on the first week in April.

Tournament favourites Barcelona will play Shakhtar Donetsk and Inter Milan will tackle Schalke of Germany in the last tie.

The draw for the semi-finals has also been made. The winners of the Chelsea/United game will play Inter or Schalke while Barcelona or Shakhtar Donetsk will meet Real Madrid or Spurs.