Sky Sports will ensure you do not miss a second of the coverage or any of the breaking news from Thursday morning's draw for the last 16 of the Champions League
Last Updated: 20/12/12 8:17am
Arsenal, Celtic and Manchester United are set to learn their fate in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League and Sky Sports has got every base covered.
Will British rivals Celtic and United be drawn against each other in the last 16? You can find out by joining the live coverage on Sky Sports News HD and Sky Sports News Radio on Thursday from 10am with expert pundits Jamie Redknapp, Ray Wilkins, Charlie Nicholas and Alan Smith.
Or, with Arsenal facing possible ties against Barcelona and Bayern Munich among others, follow online with skysports.com's interactive blog of events in Nyon.
How the Champions League draw works
Celtic are the fairytale story of this year's Champions League after Neil Lennon's side qualified from Group G with the help of a famous win over Barcelona.
But the Scottish giants face a tough task in the last 16, where - along with United - Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus and Bayern are just a few of the sides who are waiting. Can Lennon's team produce another shock? Read their in-depth profile.
United look like they mean business in this season's Champions League and Sir Alex Ferguson's men made comfortable work of Group H. But can they go on to win the tournament? Check out their prospects with our detailed analysis.
Arsenal are experiencing a mixed season and the pressure is on Arsene Wenger. But will finishing as runners-up in Group B prove costly? The Gunners have lost to Barcelona twice in the knockout rounds in recent years to add to the misery of their 2006 final defeat and they could be reunited. Click here to find out more.
So, the draw is now just hours away and Sky Sports is the only place to follow the action. As you wait to find out who your team will draw, why not take a look at our comprehensive guide to all of the clubs in the last 16?