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Who will we face in the Europa League last 16?

Manchester United have progressed to the last 16 of the Europa League after eliminating Club Brugge on Thursday night.

This is the fourth occasion we’ve reached this stage of the tournament, since its rebranding in 2010, and the Reds could be paired with some of Europe's most prestigious clubs in the next round.

Ahead of the draw on Friday, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know, including which sides we could play…

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WHERE AND WHEN?

The draw is set to take place on Friday 28 February at 12:00 GMT, and, like the previous rounds, will be staged at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. You can follow updates of the draw on our Official App and at ManUtd.com.
CAN WE PLAY WOLVES?

There is one other Premier League side left in the tournament, Wolverhampton Wanderers, and we could be drawn to meet them on Friday. We have already faced Nuno Espirito Santo's men four times this term. In previous rounds, teams from the same country were kept apart, but, from the last-16 stage, all clubs can be paired against each other. We could also be drawn against Scottish giants Rangers, who are managed by Steven Gerrard.

WHEN ARE THE GAMES?

Like the last 32, the fixtures for the round of 16 are spaced a week apart. The first leg will take place on 12 March, with the reverse fixture set to be staged on 19 March.

WHO COULD WE FACE?

Basel
Bayer Leverkusen
Copenhagen
Getafe
Inter Milan
Istanbul Basaksehir
LASK Linz
Olympiacos
Rangers
Red Bull Salzburg/Eintracht Frankfurt*
Roma
Sevilla
Shakhtar Donetsk
Wolfsburg
Wolverhampton Wanderers

* Due to be played on Friday.

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