Liverpool will discover their Champions League fate today as the draw is made for the semi-finals of the competition.
They will have stern competition, though, with the other remaining teams being Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Roma.
The draw is coming up, so here is all you need to know…
When is the Champions League semi-final draw?
The draw will take place today (13 April) at midday UK time. It will be held in Nyon, Switzerland.
How to watch the semi-final draw
The draw will be streamed live through the, incredibly titled, UEFA.com DrawCentre, which is available here.
When will the semi-finals be played?
The first legs will be played on 24 and 25 April and the second legs on 1 and 2 May.
When and where is the Champions League final?
The final is on Saturday, 26 May at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev.
Who can Liverpool draw in the semi-finals?
There are no restrictions at this stage of the competition, so the Reds could face Real Madrid, Roma or Bayern Munich.
What is the Champions League prize money?
UEFA has confirmed that an estimated €1,318.9m is set to be distributed among the clubs participating in the Champions League and Super Cup during the 2017/18 season.
The 32 clubs in the group stage of the competition were given a guaranteed minimum amount of €12.7m, along with €1.5m for each win and €500k for each draw.
Prize money continues to escalate throughout the competition with quarter finalists gaining €6.5m and semi-final teams receiving €7.5m.
The runner-up team in the Champions League will receive €11m, with the winner being awarded €15.5m meaning a potential total of €57.2m in prize money for the eventual winner.