All you need to know about the draw for the next round of this season’s competition which has two teams from the Premier League in it
There are now eight sides left in this season’s Europa League have been ahead of the draw for the quarter-finals.
Atletico Madrid won Europe’s secondary competition last season, beating Marseille 3-0 to lift the trophy.
We’ve now reached the last eight of this term’s tournament and here’s how to find out who gets who in the draw.
Europa League quarter-final draw: When is it?
The draw will take place this Friday, the 15th of March at 12pm UK time after the draw for the Champions League quarter-finals is complete.
It will be conducted at UEFA Headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.
Europa League quarter-final draw: Where can I watch it?
A live stream of the draw will be available on UEFA’s official website while BT Sport will also have coverage.
talkSPORT will have all the latest news surrounding the draw on the day as well.
What teams are in the Europa League quarter-final draw
Europa League quarter-final draw: How does it work?
There will be no seedings or country protection for the draw and any restrictions (for political reasons for example) will be announced ahead of the draw.
The semi-final draw will then follow immediately, meaning the rest of the tournament will be mapped out in full to the final.
The quarter-final first-leg ties will be played on April 11 with the second legs to be played on April 18.
The semi-finals will be held on May 2 and 9 with the final in Baku set for Wednesday May 29.