As all major European domestic seasons draw to a close, all attentions for sides still vying for European glory now turn to the Champions League and Europa League.
One of the sides hopeful of European success is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United.
The Reds’ next European match is scheduled for Aug 5 against Austrian side LASK in a second round tie which sees United lead 5-0 on aggregate.
Ahead of United’s European quest for glory, we have broken down all you need to know as the Reds look to lift their second Europa League title in three years.
Where to watch the 2019-20 Europa League
All remaining European fixtures from this season’s Champions League and Europa League will be broadcast on BT Sport.
Round of 16 fixtures
Shakthar Donetsk vs Wolfsburg (2-1 agg) | Aug 5 | Kick-off 17:55
Copenhagen vs Istanbul Basaksehir (0-1 agg) | Aug 5 | Kick-off 17:55
Manchester United vs LASK (5-0 agg) | Aug 5 | Kick-off 20:00
*Inter Milan vs Getafe | Aug 5 | Kick-off 20:00
Bayer Leverkusen vs Rangers (3-1 agg) | Aug 6 | Kick-off 17:55
*Sevilla vs Roma | Aug 6 | Kick-off 17:55
Basel vs Eintracht Frankfurt (3-0 agg) | Aug 6 | Kick-off 20:00
Wolves vs Olympiacos (1-1 agg) | Aug 6 | Kick-off 20:00
*Single leg match
Quarter final fixtures
Inter Milan / Getafe vs Rangers / Bayer Leverkusen | Aug 10 | Kick-off 20:00
LASK / Manchester United vs Istanbul Basaksehir / Copenhagen | Aug 10 | Kick-off 20:00
Olympiacos / Wolves vs Sevilla / Roma | Aug 11 | Kick-off 20:00
Wolfsburg / Shakhtar Donetsk vs Eintracht Frankfurt / Basel | Aug 11 | Kick-off 20:00
Semi final fixtures
Winner of QF 4 vs Winner of QF 1 | Aug 16 | Kick-off 20:00
Winner of QF 2 vs Winner of QF 3 | Aug 17 | Kick-off 20:00
When and where is the Europa League final set to be played?
This season’s Europa League will come to a close on Aug 21 where the final will be played at the Rhein Energie Stadion, Colonge, Germany. The match will kick-off at 20:00 BST.