Manchester United to play Austria’s LASK in Europa League last 16

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Bruno Fernandes, who shined in their 5-0 demolition of Club Brugge on Thursday, has already faced the Linz outfit this season, providing a goal and an assist in Sporting CP's 2-1 home win in the Europa League group stage.

Nuno Espirito Santo's side were drawn against Arsenal's victors Olympiakos whilst Rangers, who made it through after beating Braga in Portugal on Wednesday, were paired with Bayer Leverkusen.

Manchester United will play at Austrian club LASK in the first leg in a pairing of the highest- and lowest-ranked teams left in the competition. Leading 1-0 from the first leg, the Gunners, who put in an extremely disjointed display, were pegged back by Papa Abou Cisse's strike (53), which sent the tie to extra time.Watch LIVE coverage of La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and EFL Championship with beIN SPORTS on KAYO. There was a dazzling residence win for Manchester United while Inter Milan proceeded also.

Rangers will be at Ibrox for the first leg on 12 March, with Wolves and Manchester United away from home.

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Arsenal's conquerors Olympiakos face another Premier League side in Wolves, while Istanbul Basaksehir take on FC Copenhagen.

Five-time former champions Sevilla face a tricky tie against Roma, while 2009 winners Shakhtar Donetsk will lock horns with Wolfsburg.

The Italian government ordered Inter's return fixture against Bulgarians Ludogorets on Thursday be played in front of an empty stadium because of the spread of coronavirus, which has particularly hit the northern Lombardy region of which Milan is the capital.

The 2020 Europa League final will take place in the Polish city of Gdansk on May 27.

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