Liverpool will play against Roma in the semi-finals of the Champions League, while Bayern Munich go up against Real Madrid.
Liverpool will stage the first leg at Anfield.
The second semi-final sees the two leading contenders as Real Madrid head to Germany to face Bayern Munich in the first leg.
Arsenal will play Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Arsene Wenger's team will be at home for the first leg, which will be played in a fortnight.
The winners of the tie will play either Salzburg or Marseille in next month's final.
Shamrock Rovers and Bohemians, in Tallaght, is the pick of the games in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.
Bohs won when they met at Dalymount on the opening day of the season, but have won just one game in the league since.
Rovers having not suffered a home defeat so far this season.
Simon Zebo, Darren Sweetnam and Peter O'Mahony return to the Munster team for their Pro 14 game with the Cheetahs this morning in Bloemfontein.
Ulster aim to maintain their hopes of a playoff place with the visit of Ospreys to Kingspan Stadium.
Bundee Aki is back for Connacht for their trip to Glasgow.
The county board has fixed the Manguard Plus Minor Football League Semi-Finals for thisSunday: all games at 12, first named at home:
Div. 1 Semi Finals
Aylmer Gaels V Eadestown
Naas V Clane
Div. 2 Semi Finals
Balyna V St Laurence's
Sallins V Round Towers
Div. 3 Semi Finals
Leixlip V Raheens
Rathangan V Two Mile House
Div. 4 Semi Finals
Athgarvan V Rheban
St Edwards V Naas
Last night’s results:
Haven Hire Senior Hurling League
Celbridge 1-12 St. Laurences 0-8
Moorefield 4-20 St. Columba 2-10
Naas 3-10 Ardclough 1-4
Maynooth 6-11 Clane 2-11
Sallins 2-17 Kill 0-10
Naas 2-11 Ros Glas 0-3
Manguard Plus Minor Football League
Eadestown 2-9 Clane 0-14
Naas 2-13 Carbury 0-2
Balyna 1-14 Kilcullen 1-12
St. Laurences 3-11 Celbridge 0-10
Raheens 2-16 Castledermot 4-7
Two Mile House 2-12 Newtown Gaels 2-9
This evening’s fixtures: all at 7pm, first named at home
Reserve Football League Div. 4
Naas V Kill
Clane V Sarsfields
Two Mile House V Carbury
Maynooth V Celbridge
St Laurence's V Raheens
Ballymore Eustace V Moorefield
Top-weight Minella Rocco has been declared a non-runner, on account of the soft ground, in tomorrow’s Randox Health Grand National at Aintree.
Jonjo O'Neill's charge filled the runner-up spot in last year's Cheltenham Gold Cup and pulled out of this year's renewal on the morning of the race due to the testing conditions at Prestbury Park.
The seven year old grey Baie Des Iles has been the subject of a huge pre Grand National gamble to give Katie Walsh a place in history as the first female jockey to ride the winner of tomorrow’s race.
The mare is trained by her husband Ross O'Sullivan
Katie's father Ted and brother Ruby won the race with Papillon in 2000..
She has come the closest of any lady rider to Aintree glory, when third on Seabass.
There's a seven-race card at Naas from 1.35.