The draw for the Europa League last-16 is coming up this Friday.
Europe’s secondary competition is ramping up now with a host of top names set to be the pot for the next round.
The last-32 ties will be completed this week as teams look to take a step closer to the final.
Tottenham smashed Wolfsberger to make it through on Wednesday night and the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Leicester and Rangers will be hoping to join Spurs.
Ties are coming thick and fast and the next draw ceremony is coming up.
Europa League draw: Date and time
The ceremony will take place on Friday, February 26 and will begin at 12pm UK time.
It will be held at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland.
There will be no seeding or country protection at this stage meaning Premier League clubs could face each other. Any restrictions (for political reasons etc) will be announced ahead of the draw.
The first legs will be played on March 11 with the second legs a week later on March 18.
Europa League draw: TV channel and live stream
UEFA will be providing a free live stream of the draw on their official website.
It will also be shown on BT Sport 2.
talkSPORT will be providing a live blog to keep across all the latest news from the draw, while you can listen to latest reaction to it on the airwaves here.
Europa League draw: Teams involved
Teams to be confirmed
Dynamo Kyiv or Club Brugge
Real Sociedad or Manchester United
Benfica or Arsenal
Red Star Belgrade or AC Milan
Royal Antwerp or Rangers
Slavia Prague or Leicester City
Red Bull Salzburg or Villarreal
Braga or Roma
Krasnodar or Dinamo Zagreb
Young Boys or Bayer Leverkusen
Molde or 1899 Hoffenheim
Granada or Napoli
Maccabi Tel Aviv or Shakhtar Donetsk
Lille or Ajax
Olympiakos or PSV Eindhoven