Chelsea, Arsenal and Celtic are the remaining three British sides in the Europa League following Rangers‘ elimination from Group G, as the Champions League teams drop down to intensify the competition. Brendan Rodgers’ men are seeded as runners up, while the two English teams went through as undefeated group winners. Arsenal face BATE Borisov, Chelsea will play Swedish side Malmo, and Celtic go up against Spanish side Valencia.
The last 32 of the competition sees the injection of much-fancied European giants such as Inter Milan, Napoli, Benfica and Valencia – but who will go on to lift the trophy and gain automatic entry into next season’s Champions League?
Last 32 draw – in full
Galatasaray vs Benfica
14 February: Round of 32, first leg 21
February: Round of 32, second leg