Chelsea will learn their Champions League fate this morning as the draw for the last 16 of the competition is made in Switzerland.
The Blues qualified for the knockout stage after topping Group G with a series of displays which contrasted with their shocking Premier League form.
They will be in pot one but could still face high-quality opposition in the form of French champions Paris Saint-Germain, who dumped them out of Europe last season.
But manager Jose Mourinho is a two-time winner, having lifted the trophy with Porto and Inter in 2004 and 2010 respectively, and will fancy his chances of progressing further.
No side can be drawn against a team from their own association, meaning the English sides cannot be pitted against each other until the quarter-finals.
Chelsea’s full list of possible opponents is as follows: Paris St-Germain, PSV Eindhoven, Benfica, Juventus, Roma and Gent.
Proceedings are set to get underway at 11am in Nyon this morning but you can have some fun with our draw predictor in the meantime and see who the Blues might draw later today.