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Europa League last 16 draw – British sides discover who they’ll face

Europa League last 16 draw was made on Friday afternoon and our British sides, Rangers, Manchester United and Wolves discover who they’ll face.

How does the draw work? When it comes to the Europa League last-16 draw, there will be no seedlings or country protection later on.

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Thankfully it’s an open draw for once, with every side able to play each other.

The first team drawn gets the first leg of their Europa League round of 16 clash at home with the second leg then played at the home of the team drawn second.

The first leg of the last-16 ties is scheduled to be played on 12 March, with the second leg a week later on 19 March.


Istanbul Basaksehir v FC Copenhagen
Olympiakos v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Rangers v Bayer Leverkusen
Wolfsburg v Shakhtar Donetsk
Inter Milan v Getafe
Sevilla v AS Roma
Red Bull Salzburg or Eintracht Frankfurt v Basel
LASK v Manchester United

For those not knowing who LASK are, they are the current Austrian Bundesliga league leaders who dropped down from the Champions League qualifying rounds after losing against Club Brugge.

They have already faced the likes of PSV Eindhoven, Sporting Lisbon and AZ Alkmaar on their way to the last 16. United’s Bruno Fernandes has already scored against them this season!

Fans gave their reaction to the Europa League last 16 draw…

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