Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Rangers have all reached the Europa League in the last 16.
The final draw for the last 16 matches of the Europa League takes place on Friday, but who made it and who could the British sides face?
When will the draw for the last 16 matches of the Europa League take place?
The draw will take place at 12 noon on Friday 26 February in Nyon at 12 noon UK time.
Who reached the last 16?
Tottenham and Manchester United have both managed the last 16 games as Spurs beat Wolfsberger 8-1 on aggregate and United beat Real Sociedad 4-0, with all goals scored in the first leg.
Arsenal needed a dramatic turnaround to eliminate Benfica 3-2 and avoid scoring away goals in the second leg following a 1-1 draw last week, while Rangers strung together a 4-3 victory in the Royal Antwerp with a 5-2 success. in the return leg.
Leicester have been the only British side to stumble in the last 32 games as Slavia Prague’s 2-0 win at King Power helped them see Brendan Rodgers’ side.
What is the print format?
The clubs were split into two pots for the final draw of the last 32 games, with the 12 group winners and the four best-performing Champions League teams all seeded.
But there is no ranking or protection for the country at this point, which means there could be a Premier League draw in the round of 16.
What are the key dates?
March 11 & 18: Round of 16
April 8 and 15: quarter-finals
April 29 and May 6: semi-finals
May 26: Final (Gdansk, Poland)
Source: Sky Sports