As the 2020-21 Europa League enters the quarter-final stage following the conclusion of the last-16 ties, some of the continent’s biggest and most decorated clubs remain in the competition and it is sure to make for exciting encounters with a route into the Champions League on offer as well as silverware.
The following is the draw for the Europa League quarter-finals and semi-finals which took place in Nyon on Friday:
Quarter-final 1: Granada v Manchester United
Quarter-final 2: Arsenal v Slavia Prague
Quarter-final 3: Ajax Amsterdam v AS Roma
Quarter-final 4: Dinamo Zagreb v Villarreal
First legs are to be played on April 8 and second legs on April 15.
Semi-final 1: Granada/Manchester United v Ajax/AS Roma
Semi-final 2: Dinamo Zagreb/Villarreal v Arsenal/Slavia Prague
First legs to be played on April 29 and second legs on May 6.
The final will be held in Gdansk city on the Baltic coast of northern Poland on May 26.