The UWCL quarter-finals have been drawn, with Lyon set to take on Italian side Juventus and Arsenal playing German side Wolfsburg.
The quarter-finals and semi-finals have been drawn for the UWCL overnight, with some interesting match-ups in store for our Matildas.
In this season's quarter-finals, the away goal aspect has been removed, so if scores are level after 180 minutes in the quarter-finals or semi-finals they will go to extra time irrespective of the number of goals each team has scored home and away.
Lyon v Juventus
The seven-time champions, Lyon, meet final hosts, Juventus. The Italian side make their debut in the quarter-finals after finishing second in the group stage.
Both sides have faced one another in the UWCL before, with Lyon knocking Juve out in the round of 32 back in the 2020/21 season. The French side walked away 6-2 winners on aggregate in their last meeting in European football.
The first leg will kick off on Thursday the 24th of March at 4:45 am AEDT, and the second leg will be on Friday the 1st of April at 6:00 am AEDT.
If Ellie Carpenter's Lyon were to qualify for the semi-finals they would either face fellow Group D entrants Bayern Munich or French rivals Paris Saint Germain.
Carpenter's Lyon will take on a fellow Australian, with Juventus coach Joe Montemurro looking to help his side to a first UWCL title win.
Arsenal v Wolfsburg
The Gunners will take on fellow former champions, Wolfsburg, with the two sides battling for a spot in the semi-finals. The teams met back in the 2013 semi-finals where the German side prevailed 4-1 on aggregate.
Arsenal are the only side that remains from the WSL, with Wolfsburg knocking Chelsea out during the group stage, and will be hoping they have better luck against the German giants.
Both teams are setting quarter-final records, Arsenal are appearing in their 14th overall and Wolfsburg for the tenth consecutive season.
The first leg will kick off on Thursday the 24th of March at 7:00 am AEDT, and the second leg will be on Friday the 1st of April at 3:45 am AEDT.
If Caitlin Foord, Steph Catley and Lydia Williams's Arsenal were to qualify for the semi-finals they would either face fellow Group A entrants and reigning champions FC Barcelona or UWCL newcomers Real Madrid.