Europa League draw live as Man Utd, Arsenal and Spurs gear up for last-16 fate

Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham and Rangers will discover their fate in the last-16 of the Europa League on Friday morning with the draw set to take place out in Switzerland.

Only four British teams remain in the competition following Leicester’s last-32 exit at the hands of Slavia Prague on Thursday night.

Brendan Rodgers’ men were first held to a 0-0 draw in the first leg out in Prague last week, but a subsequent 2-0 defeat at home to the Czech outfit ensured they crashed out at the first knockout hurdle.

Their UK colleagues enjoyed better fortunes in the last-32; United, Spurs and Rangers cruised past Real Sociedad, Wolfsberg and Royal Antwerp respectively, while Arsenal came from behind to record a famous 4-3 aggregate win over Benfica.

They will join Dynamo Kiev, AC Milan, Slavia, Villarreal, Roma, Dinamo Zagreb, Young Boys, Molde, Granada, Shakhtar Donetsk, Ajax and Olympiakos in Friday’s last-16 draw.

We’ll be bringing you live updates from the draw here on Daily Star Sport, so you can keep up with the latest developments below.

How does the draw work?

In the previous round, clubs were split into two pots of seeded and non-seeded teams depending on whether they finished as group winners or obtained the best Champions League records.

However, there is no seeding or country protection in the last-16 stage, which means we could see two Premier League rivals lock horns.

Who’s in the draw?

Here is the full list of teams in this morning’s draw for the last-16:


Dynamo Kiev

Manchester United


AC Milan


Slavia Prague



Dinamo Zagreb

Young Boys



Shakhtar Donetsk



Good morning

Hello and welcome to Daily Star Sport’s live coverage of Friday’s Europa League last-16 draw.

Britain’s four-remaining representatives, Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham and Rangers, will learn their fate out in Nyon, Switzerland, after progressing from the round of 32 this week.

The last-16 draw should get underway at 12pm, but as is often the case with these long-drawn-out events don’t be surprised if it comes slightly later.

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