The 2019-20 Europa League is heading towards the final stages and all but one of the last-16 participants are now known.
Behemoths of European football such as Manchester United, Inter and Roma will continue their quest for continental glory as they also aim to secure a precious route into the Champions League.
As the round of 32 comes to a close, UEFA will conduct a draw to see which teams play each other in the next phase of the competition.
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To bring you up to speed, Goal has all the details, including when the draw is, which teams are involved, how to watch it live and more.
- When is the Europa League last-16 draw?
- Which teams are in the Europa League last-16 draw?
- How to watch the Europa League last-16 draw
- When will the Europa League last-16 fixtures be played?
The draw for the Europa League last-16 stage will be held on Friday, February 28. It will take place at UEFA's headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
The ceremony for the draw will start at 12 noon GMT (7am ET).
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Scottish side Rangers were the first team to book their place in the hat for the draw after beating Portugal's Sporting Braga 4-2 on aggregate on Wednesday, February 26.
The likes of Manchester United, Roma, Sevilla and Inter advanced on Thursday, February 27, with the Red Devils particularly impressive in their 5-0 demolition of Club Brugge.
It was a totally different story for Arsenal, however, who were knocked out by Olympiacos at the Emirates Stadium, with their tie going to extra time before Youssef El-Arabi stunned the hosts with a late winner.
The second leg of Eintracht Frankfurt vs Red Bull Salzburg has been postponed to Friday, February 28, meanwhile, due to adverse weather.
There is no seeding or national restrictions in Friday's draw, meaning teams from the same country can be paired together.
The draw for the Europa League last 16 will be available to stream live online using UEFA's official website. The stream will be accessible here.
In the UK, the draw will be broadcast live on TV on the channel BT Sport 1.
If you are unable to follow the draw live on TV or stream it online, fear not - Goal will bring you all the news as it happens.
The 2019-20 Europa League last-16 games are scheduled to be played in March 2020.
First-leg matches will take place on Thursday, March 12. Second-leg matches will be played a week later on Thursday, March 19.
The official schedules will be determined and confirmed by UEFA after the draw has been made.