Four British sides await their opponents in Friday's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League (12:00 GMT).
With no seedings and no restrictions on sides from the same nation facing each other, the draw could produce an all-Premier League encounter.
Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Arsenal and Rangers came through their last-32 ties this week, with only Leicester City being eliminated.
The eight last-16 ties will be played on 11 and 18 March.
The BBC Sport website and app will have live text coverage of the draw.
Manchester United went through with a goalless draw against Real Sociedad (after winning the first leg 4-0) and a late Arsenal goal took them past Benfica 4-3 on aggregate.
Rangers beat Royal Antwerp in a 5-2 (9-5 agg) goal feast. Spurs thrashed Wolfsberger on Wednesday and Leicester were beaten by Slavia Prague.
Other big names in the last-16 draw include Ajax (who beat Lille), AC Milan (who edged past Red Star Belgrade on away goals) and Roma (who saw off Braga).
Remaining sides and their last-32 results:
Tottenham (beat Wolfsberger 8-1)
Ajax (beat Lille 4-2)
Arsenal (beat Benfica 4-3)
Granada (beat Napoli 3-2)
Rangers (beat Royal Antwerp 9-5)
Shakhtar Donetsk (beat Maccabi Tel-Aviv 3-0)
Molde (beat Hoffenheim 5-3)
Villarreal (beat Red Bull Salzburg 4-1)
Young Boys (beat Bayer Leverkusen 6-3)
Dynamo Kyiv (beat Club Bruges 2-1)
Dinamo Zagreb (beat Krasnodar 4-2)
Slavia Prague (beat Leicester 2-0)
Manchester United (beat Real Sociedad 4-0)
AC Milan (beat Red Star Belgrade on away goals, 3-3)
Olympiakos (beat PSV 5-4)
Roma (beat Braga 5-1)
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