Europa League draw: Man Utd and Wolves set for semi-final showdown if both Premier League sides win their last-eight ties
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The Europa League returns to BT Sport screens in early August
United, leading 5-0 from their last-16 first leg with LASK, already have one foot in the quarter-finals where they will play either Turkish side Istanbul Başakşehir or FC Copenhagen - who knocked out Celtic in the last 32.
Wolves' last-16 tie with Olympiakos is finely poised having drawn 1-1 away in Greece, with five-time winners of the competition Sevilla or Roma lying in wait for Nuno Espirito Santo's side in the quarter-finals.
Rangers will play Inter Milan or Getafe if they reach the quarter-finals, but Steven Gerrard's side face an uphill task to get there.
Bayer Leverkusen scored three away goals in a 3-1 victory at Ibrox leaving Rangers on the brink of the European exit door ahead of the return leg in Germany.
After a three-month hiatus the Europa League is returning to BT Sport screens to help see out the summer in style.
The road to the 2020 final in Cologne will resume on Wednesday 5 August and after the outstanding round of 16 second legs are completed, the remaining quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be played as a straight knockout tournament in Lisbon.
The draw for the remaining knockout games will take place all in one go.
QF1: Shakhtar Donetsk or Wolfsburg v Eintracht Frankfurt or Basel
QF2: LASK or Man Utd v Copenhagen or Istanbul Basaksehir
QF3: Inter Milan or Getafe v Rangers or Bayer Leverkusen
QF4: Olympiakos or Wolves v Sevilla or Roma
SF1: Wolves/Olympiakos or Sevilla/Roma v Man Utd/LASK or Copehagen/Istanbul Basaksehir
SF2: Inter/Getafe or Rangers/Bayer Leverkusen v Shakhtar/Wolfsburg or Eintracht/ Basel
When will the matches be played?
Wednesday 5 & Thursday 6 August: Round of 16 second legs (venues to be confirmed)
Monday 10 & Tuesday 11 August: Quarter-finals (Lisbon)
Sunday 16 & Monday 17 August: Semi-finals (Lisbon)
Friday 21 August: Final (Stadium of Light, Lisbon)
All fixtures will kick off at 8pm UK time
What's the state of play?
Inter Milan v Getafe and Sevilla v Roma, last-16 first legs that were postponed before they could take place, will now be played as a single leg tie at a venue to be confirmed.
Having had five British representatives in the last 32, only Wolves, Rangers and United remain in the hunt for a place in the quarter-final draw.
Steven Gerrard's Rangers will have to to overturn a two-goal deficit against high-flying Bayer Leverkusen if they are to avoid following Old Firm rivals Celtic out of Europe.
The two remaining Premier League sides are both well placed to progress however.
Santo's men grabbed a crucial away goal in their first-leg draw to Arsenal's conquerors Olympiakos while in-form United already have one foot in the last eight after thrashing LASK 5-0 in Austria.
Last-16 ties still to be completed
Basel v Eintracht (3-0 on aggregate)
Bayer Leverkusen v Rangers (3-1 on aggregate)
Copenhagen v Istanbul Başakşehir (0-1 on aggregate)
Inter Milan v Getafe (one leg tie)
Manchester United v LASK (5-0 on aggregate)
Sevilla v Roma (one leg tie)
Shakhtar Donetsk v Wolfsburg (2-1 on aggregate)
Wolves v Olympiakos (1-1 on aggregate)
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