The first leg of the tie will take place on Wednesday March 24th in Malmo, while the return leg is set to take place on Tuesday March 30th in Munich.
The draw resulted in some absolutely dynamite match-ups. The potential fixtures between Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Lyon would be fantastic if PSG survives its tie with Sparta Praha as it is expected to (PSG currently leads 5-0 heading into the second leg).
The Chelsea vs. Wolfsburg match-up will be sensational as well, given former Wolves star Pernille Harder is now a key member of Chelsea:
The Frauen, of course, are undefeated in the Women’s Bundesliga with a record of 15-0-0. Amazingly, the Frauen have outscored their league competition 59-3 during league play as well.
In the Champions League, the Frauen are 4-0-0 with a 16 goals scored and only two allowed. For good measure, the Frauen are 2-0 with 15 goals scored and none given up.
The Frauen will face SGS Essen in Women’s Bundesliga action on Sunday.