How the Champions League quarterfinalists stack up against each other

We take a look at each UEFA Champions League team's head-to-head record against the other quarterfinal teams.

How the Champions League quarterfinalists stack up against each other

Following Liverpool and Barcelona's progression on the final round-of-16 match day, the list of quarterfinalists of this year's Champions League has been confirmed.

The big talking point from the last round of European matches, apart from the elimination of three-time defending champion Real Madrid, was the progression of four English teams to the last eight. The last time this happened was in the 2008-09 edition, when Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal were the four English teams. Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are the other three Premier League sides this season.

The quarterfinals (and semifinals) draw will be made on Friday and here's the full list of teams left in the competition

Ajax

Barcelona

Juventus

Liverpool

Manchester City

Manchester United

Porto

Tottenham Hotspur

Unlike the previous rounds, there will be no seedings or country protection in this draw. The only restriction for this round is that both Manchester City and Manchester United will not play at home on the same night, nor on consecutive nights, "following a decision made by the relevant local authorities" said UEFA in a release. So unless the Manchester clubs face each other in the quarters, the team that finished lower in the domestic league the previous season – in this case Manchester United – will have its fixture reversed if it is drawn at home in the same week as City.

Here's a look at each team's head-to-head record against the other quarterfinal teams. (W=Wins, D=Draws, L=Losses, GS=Goals scored, GC= Goals Conceded)

Ajax

This season: Wins 8, Drawn 5, Lost 1.

Having entered the competition in the second qualifying round, the Dutch giant defeated holder Real Madrid 4-2 on aggregate in the round-of-16 to make it to the quarterfinals. In all, it has scored 29 goals while conceding 12 — with Dusan Tadic its top scorer with 9 goals, including three in qualifying.

Head-to-heads in UEFA competitions:

vs Barcelona: W1, D0, L3; GF3 GC10

vs Juventus: W2, D4, L6; GF9, GC15 

vs Liverpool: W1, D1, L0; GF7, GC3

vs Manchester United: W2, D0, L3; GF3, GC7

vs Manchester City: W1, D1, L0; GF5, GC3 

vs Porto: W1, D1, L4; GF2, GC8

vs Tottenham Hotspur: W0, D0, L2; GF1, GC6

Barcelona

The Calatan club is the only unbeaten team left in the competition this season, having won five games and drawn three. Lionel Messi, unsurprisingly, is its top scorer with 8 goals. Barcelona was held to a goalless draw by Lyon in the first leg but the Argentine's brilliance shone through in the second leg winning the tie 5-1.

Head-to-heads in UEFA competitions:

vs Ajax: W3, D0, L1; GF10 GC3

vs Juventus: W4, D4, L3; GF13, GC10 

vs Liverpool: W4, D4, L3; GF20, GC15

vs Manchester United: W2, D0, L3; GF3, GC7

vs Manchester City: W5, D0, L1; GF12, GC5 

vs Porto: W5, D0, L3; GF15, GC9

vs Tottenham Hotspur: W2, D2, L0; GF7, GC4

Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo's hat-trick helped the Italian team complete a come-from-behind win against Atletico Madrid and progress to the quarterfinals. It is the only side left in the competition that hasn't drawn a game so far, winning five and losing three, while scoring 12 goals and conceding 6. Paulo Dybala is its leading scorer with five goals.

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition

vs Ajax: W6, D4, L; GS15, GC9

vs Barcelona: W3, D4, L4; GS10, GC13

vs Liverpool: W3, D1, L2; GS5, GC4

vs Manchester City: W3, D2, L1; GS7, GC4

vs Manchester United: W6, D2, L6; GS17, GC17

vs Porto: W4, D1, L0; GS8, GC2

vs Tottenham Hotspur: W1, D1, L0; GS4, GC3

Liverpool

Last year's finalist Liverpool started the competition on a wobbly footing. Despite losing three of its group stage matches it got to the next round ahead of Napoli by scoring two goals more than the Naples team. The Scouse side then dismantled Bayern Munich 3-1 in Germany to make it to the quarters.

Form this season: W4, D1, L3; GS12, GC8

Head-to-heads in UEFA competitions:

vs Ajax: W0, D1, L1; GS3, GC7

vs Barcelona: W3, D3, L2; GS6, GC6

vs Juventus: W2, D1, L3; GS4, GC5

vs Manchester City: W2, D0, L0; GS5, GC1

vs Manchester United: W1, D1, L0; GS3, GC1

vs Porto: W3, D3, L0; GS12, GC2

vs Tottenham Hotspur: W1, D0, L1; GS2, GC2

Manchester City

Manchester City has scored 26 goals in the competition so far, which is only behind Ajax's 29 goals — but the Dutch side has played six games more since it started the season in the second round of qualification. City lost its opening group stage game at home to Lyon but since then it has won six games and drawn just one, conceding only 8 goals. With five goals, Sergio Aguero is its top scorer.

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition:

vs Ajax: W0, D1, L1; GS3, GC5

vs Barcelona: W1, D0, L5; GS5, GC12

vs Juventus: W1, D2, L3; GS4, GC7

vs Liverpool: W0, D0, L2; GS1, GC5

vs Manchester United: N/A

vs Porto: W2, D0, L0; GS6, GC1

vs Tottenham Hotspur: N/A

Manchester United

Manchester United has had mixed performances in the group stages, winning three games and losing two. But a Rashford-inspired United came back from a 2-0 first leg defeat to Pari Saint-Germain to progress

This season: W4 D1 L3 F10 A7 (entry: group stage)

Top scorer: Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford (2)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition

vs Ajax (NED) W3 D0 L2 F7 A3

vs Barcelona (ESP) W3 D4 L4 F15 A20

vs Juventus (ITA) W6 D2 L6 F17 A17

vs Liverpool (ENG) W0 D1 L1 F1 A3

vs Manchester City (ENG) N/A

vs Porto (POR) W3 D3 L2 F14 A11

vs Tottenham (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F4 A3

Porto

Porto dumped out last season's semifinalist AS Roma deep into extra time of the second leg thanks to a Alex Telles penalty. It's only defeat in the competition came in the first leg at Rome. Moussa Marega's sparking goal-scoring form in Europe has been key to Porto's progression into the quarterfinals since 2014-15.

This season: W6 D1 L1 F19 A9 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Moussa Marega (6)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition

vs Ajax (NED) W4 D1 L1 F8 A2

vs Barcelona (ESP) W3 D0 L5 F9 A15

vs Juventus (ITA) W0 D1 L4 F2 A8

vs Liverpool (ENG) W0 D3 L3 F2 A12

vs Manchester City (ENG) W0 D0 L2 F1 A6

vs Manchester United (ENG) W2 D3 L3 F11 A14

vs Tottenham (ENG) W0 D1 L1 F1 A3

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur will be primed for its quarterfinalist opponent after the return of star striker Harry Kane. Its 4-0 aggregate win over two legs against Borussia Dortmund would have put Europe's elites on notice.

This season: W4 D2 L2 F13 A10 (entry: group stage)
Top scorer: Harry Kane (5)

Head-to-heads in UEFA competition

vs Ajax (NED) W2 D0 L0 F6 A1

vs Barcelona (ESP) W0 D2 L2 F4 A7

vs Juventus (ITA) W0 D1 L1 F3 A4

vs Liverpool (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F2 A2

vs Manchester City (ENG) N/A

vs Manchester United (ENG) W1 D0 L1 F3 A4

vs Porto (POR) W1 D1 L0 F3 A1