Manchester United are drawn to battle Belgian side, Club Brugge in the last-32 of the UEFA Europa League while Arsenal are pitted against Greek giants, Olympiakos.
Serial champions of the Scottish premier League Celtic FC are scheduled to battle FC Copenhagen while Rangers welcome Portuguese side, Braga. Laliga side, Espanyol meanwhile will be taking a trip to the Molineux stadium to battle Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Red devils who won the Europa title in 2017 under the tutelage of Jose Mourinho will be on the road for the first leg scheduled for February 20 with the return leg to be played at Old Trafford set to take off a week later.
Their opponents, Club Brugge who sit at the summit of their local league, some eight points ahead of the second-place side finished in third in Group A of the Champions League just behind Real Madrid and table toppers Paris Saint Germain despite failing to win any of their six Group A outings.
Last year’s finalists, Arsenal are charged to take on Olympiakos. The North London club will take a trip to Greece to challenge the Greek champions who finished third place behind German giants, Bayern Munich and Tottenham.
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Nuno Espirito side’s opponent, Espanyol though table toppers sit in rock bottom of the Laliga standings.
Rangers who finished just behind Portugese giants, FC Porto in Group G return to action against 2011 runners-up Braga. The latter scored the most goals in the group stages (15) and had the second best shot conversion ratio (19%).
The Last-32 Tie In Detail
The last-32 ties in full:
Wolves vs Espanyol
Sporting Lisbon vs Istanbul Basaksehir
Getafe vs Ajax
Bayer Leverkusen vs FC Porto
FC Copenhagen vs Celtic
Apoel vs FC Basel
Cluj vs Sevilla
Olympiacos vs Arsenal
AZ Alkmaar vs LASK
Club Brugge vs Manchester United
Ludogorets vs Inter Milan
Eintracht Frankfurt vs FC Salzburg
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Benfica
Wolfsburg vs Malmo
Roma vs Gent
Rangers vs Braga