That's because it's 68.6 per cent likely there will be one all-Prem clash when Spurs, Manchester United, City, and Liverpool learn their fate in Friday's draw.
But the chances of two all-English clashes is just 8.6 per cent – although such an outcome would at least guarantee two Prem teams in the last four.
Simon Gleave, GracenoteSports' head of analysis, did the sums – revealing there were 105 possible outcomes at the draw in Nyon, Switzerland.
The other four quarter-finalists come from four leagues – suggesting the Prem has shifted the power away from La Liga.
Spanish champions Barcelona are joined in the hat by Real Madrid's destroyers Ajax, Juventus and Porto.
But despite not winning the competition since 2005 when it was called the European Cup, Liverpool have by far the best win record of any club in the knockout stages.
The five-time tournament champs have a 47 per cent victory rate, compared to 33 per cent for Real and Bayern Munich.
United and Juventus are level on 32 per cent, closely followed by PSG, Barcelona and Arsenal.
And ex-Bayern president Franz Beckenbauer even wants Jurgen Klopp to become the Bundesliga champions' manager.
World Cup winner Beckenbauer said: "Jurgen Klopp at FC Bayern. That would be the highlight.
"Jurgen was the one who taught the Germans how to play football quickly.”
Sadio Mane's double helped Liverpool dismantle Bayern 3-1 last night after a goalless first leg at Anfield.
But that just underlined the outstanding performances all round from Prem sides in the last-16.
City so bamboozled Schalke in a 7-0 win – 10-2 on aggregate – that the Germans sent out an oddball tweet suggesting PM Theresa May would struggle to contain Etihad her Leroy Sane.
United won 3-1 in PSG for an away-goals triumph, courtesy of Marcus Rashford's stoppage-time VAR penalty.
And Spurs' 1-0 victory at Borussia Dortmund in a 4-0 aggregate success took Harry Kane to a club-record 24 goals in Europe.
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