A closer look at who Wolves, Manchester United and Rangers face in the last 16

The Europa League draw was made on Friday.

By Press Association Published: 28 February 2020 - 2.14pm

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Three British clubs remain standing in the last 16 of the Europa League.

Here, the PA news agency looks at their three respective opponents following the draw at UEFA headquarters on Friday.

Olympiacos v Wolves

Manager: Pedro Martins
Ground: Karaiskakis Stadium

Olympiacos remain unbeaten after 25 games of the Greek Super League season, five points clear of closest challengers PAOK. Their away-goals win over Arsenal in the previous round underlined their continental credentials.

Rangers v Bayer Leverkusen

Bayer Leverkusen breezed past Porto
Bayer Leverkusen breezed past Porto (Luis Vieira/AP)

Manager: Peter Bosz
Ground: BayArena

The German side are rising to the challenge of ensuring European football again next season. Three straight wins have helped lift them to fifth place in the Bundesliga, while they impressed with their 5-2 aggregate win over Porto in the previous round.

LASK v Manchester United

Austrian leaders LASK saw off AZ
Austrian leaders LASK saw off AZ (Ronald Zak/ap)

Manager: Valerien Ismael
Ground: Linzer Stadion

Based in Linz, LASK sit three points clear at the top of the Austrian Bundesliga as they chase their first domestic title since 1965. They have already beaten AZ, Sporting Lisbon, PSV and Rosenborg in the Europa League this term.