HEINEKEN CUP SEMI-FINAL DRAW
Biarritz or Sale v Leicester or Bath
Toulouse or Leinster v Munster or PerpignanÂ
The City of Manchester Stadium, home to Manchester City, could host a Heineken Cup semi-final.
For that to happen Sale will have to win away at Biarritz Olympique in the quarter-finals; if Biarritz win the semi will be played in San Sebastian.
If Toulouse beat Leinster in the last eight then they will play the second semi-final at Le Stadium, Toulouse.
If Leinster win, the second semi will take place at the soon-to-be-demolished Lansdowne Road in Dublin.
The draw for the semi-finals gave the winners of Biarritz Olympique v Sale Sharks and Toulouse v Leinster "home" semi-finals, with the matches to be played at neutral venues in their home country.
A Sale Sharks victory would see the 47,500 capacity City of Manchester Stadium become the 76th venue to host a Heineken Cup match.
The stadium was built to host the athletics at the 2002 Commonwealth Games before becoming the new home of Manchester City when they left Maine Road.
The first three quarter-finals, on 1 April, see Leicester take on Bath, Toulouse tackle Leinster and Munster face Perpignan, while Biarritz meet Sale the following day.
The Heineken Cup final will be played at the Millennium Stadium on 20 May.