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Europa League last-16 draw: When is it, potential opponents for MUFC, how to watch draw live

This season’s Europa League has reached the latter rounds with Manchester United in the round-of-16 draw this afternoon.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side beat Club Brugge 5-0 at Old Trafford on Thursday night, winning the tie 6-1 on aggregate.

Inter Milan and Roma are still in the competition and, like United, they will be aiming to go all the way to secure a route into the Champions League.

United are still in a dog fight for top four in the Premier League but look to be building momentum now. The arrival of Bruno Fernandes has given everyone a boost at the club.

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However, Inter are still in contention to take the Serie A title off Juventus so it will be interested to see how that goes in Antonio Conte’s first season as manager.

As the round of 32 comes to a close, with Arsenal getting knocked out, UEFA will conduct a draw to see which teams play each other in the next phase of the competition.

When is the Europa League last-16 draw?

The draw will be held in Nyon (Switzerland) today, February 28. The ceremony starts at noon.

Teams in the Europa League last-16 draw

Rangers, Wolves, Getafe, Bayer Leverkusen, Istanbul Basaksehir, Copenhagen, Basel, Sevilla, Olympiacos, LASK, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Eintracht Frankfurt / Red Bull Salzburg (second leg takes place today at 5pm), Shakhtar Donetsk, Wolfsburg, Roma.

How to watch the Europa League last-16 draw

A stream will be available using UEFA’s official website. It will also be shown on live TV via BT Sport 1.

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