The draw for the last eight of the UEFA Europa League has been made, with FC Zenit the next obstacle for Sevilla FC to overcome and VfL Wolfsburg paired with SSC Napoli.
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The draw for the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals has been made in Nyon, pitting together two former winners and bringing positive omens for VfL Wolfsburg, ACF Fiorentina and holders Sevilla FC.
Sevilla FC (ESP) v FC Zenit (RUS)
• Two of the three previous winners left, Sevilla and Zenit met three times in 2005/06, two of them in the last eight with the Spanish side triumphing 5-2 on aggregate en route to lifting the UEFA Cup for the first time.
Club Brugge KV (BEL) v FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (UKR)*
• Club Brugge, the only unbeaten team left in the competition, have encountered quarter-final debutants Dnipro once before, the Ukrainian outfit prevailing 3-2 in a UEFA Cup group stage tie in 2004.
FC Dynamo Kyiv (UKR) v ACF Fiorentina (ITA)
• The Italian club have not lost in four meetings with Dynamo Kyiv, with two coming in the 1989/90 UEFA Cup third round when the Viola went all the way to the final.
VfL Wolfsburg (GER) v SSC Napoli (ITA)
• Having accounted for FC Internazionale Milano in impressive fashion in the round of 16, Wolfsburg will be aiming to overcome another Serie A outfit in the shape of 1989 UEFA Cup winners Napoli.
The first legs take place on Thursday 16 April, with the returns seven days later.
*Dnipro initially drawn at home but fixture reversed according to draw procedure as it clashes with Dynamo Kyiv's home leg.
Road to Warsaw
Semi-finals: Draw 24 April, matches 7 & 14 May
Final: Wednesday 27 May, National Stadium Warsaw
An extra 700 seats have been made available for the general public following strong demand. The application phase ends on Wednesday and there will then be a ballot to determine which fans are allocated tickets.