Manchester United will face LASK while Roma are next up for five-time winners Sevilla.
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UEFA Europa League round of 16 ties
İstanbul Başakşehir (TUR) vs Copenhagen (DEN)
Olympiacos (GRE) vs Wolves (ENG)
Rangers (SCO) vs Leverkusen (GER)
Wolfsburg (GER) vs Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR)
Internazionale Milano (ITA) vs Getafe (ESP)
Sevilla (ESP) vs Roma (ITA)
Eintracht Frankfurt (GER) vs Basel (SUI)
LASK (AUT) vs Manchester United (ENG)
The teams drawn first (on the left) host the first leg. Kick-off times can be found here.'Flexi-Final' tickets for fans
When are the games?
The first legs are scheduled for 12 March, with the second legs on 19 March. Kick-offs are split between 18:55 CET and 21:00 CET, as organised by the UEFA administration. Kick-off times can be found here.
- Seven of the eight ties feature first meetings between the sides.
- The only exception: Rangers beat Leverkusen in the 1998/99 UEFA Cup second round (1-1 h, 2-1 a)
- Manchester United are unbeaten in their eight games against Austria clubs, winning seven.
- The Portuguese coaches of Olympiacos and Wolves, Pedro Martins and Nuno Espírito Santo, were team-mates at Guimarães in 1994/95.
- Wolves' Daniel Podence will face his former Olympiacos team-mates, having made the switch from Piraeus in January.
- Roma's Spanish goalkeeper Pau López spent last season at Sevilla's city rivals Real Betis.
Were there any draw restrictions?
There was no seeding or country protection.
Road to the final
Round of 16
First legs: 12 March
Second legs: 19 March
Draw: 20 March
First legs: 9 April
Second legs: 16 April
Draw: 20 March
First legs: 30 April
Semi-finals: 7 May
Gdansk Stadium, Gdańsk: 27 May