Liverpool's squad strengthening has allowed them to establish parity with a Manchester City side who ran away with the title past year in record-breaking fashion. However, two late goals made sure the Premier League leaders were well poised for the home tie.
The two Champions League finalists will receive 17,000 tickets each, raising concerns English clubs will not be able to meet season-ticket holder demands if they reach the final, reports Sky Sports.
UEFA's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland is the venue for the draw.
Manchester City went one better than six of the best as they eased through their Champions League last 16 tie against Schalke 7-0.
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Solskjaer has restored some of the team's belief and attacking swagger in three months in charge.
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And Reds fans have voted in big numbers and decided the ideal team to face would be Porto.
While Liverpool's preference may be to win a first English title since 1990, City's Abu Dhabi owners hired Pep Guardiola with the specific goal of reigning in Europe.
That highlights the extraordinary job coach Mauricio Pochettino is doing with a tight-knit squad - headlined by England striker Harry Kane and Denmark playmaker Christian Eriksen - and an ever tighter budget.
Barcelona booked their place in the Champions League last eight on Wednesday night after defeating Lyon 5-1 at Camp Nou.
The centre-back became the first Liverpool player to both score and assist in an away Champions League knockout match since Craig Bellamy against FC Barcelona in February 2007.
Ajax were next with 16 per cent followed by arch-rivals Manchester United with 10 per cent.
The La Liga outfit obviously won't say it publicly but it's claimed they've expressed their preference ahead of Friday's Champions League draw.