The 16 teams to survive the first knock-out round of the Europa League will learn their fate at the draw for the round of 16 on Friday 26 February.
Where to watch
Friday's draw is scheduled to get underway at 12pm (GMT) in Nyon, Switzerland, with a live stream available through Uefa's official website. IBTimes UK will also be providing live coverage as the draw happens.
Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool all booked their place in the draw after second leg victories on Thursday. After their awful display in Denmark last week, Louis van Gaal's side sealed an impressive 5-1 win over FC Midjtylland at Old Trafford despite losing Anthony Martial ahead of kick-off, with debutant Marcus Rashford scoring a brace.
Liverpool meanwhile took an early lead against Augsburg through a penalty from James Milner which was enough for them to seal a 1-0 aggregate win. Tottenham, after sharing a 1-1 draw away in Italy last week, sealed a comfortable 3-0 win over Fiorentina at White Hart Lane through goals from Ryan Mason, Erik Lamela and an own goal from Gonzalo Rodriguez.
The first leg of the last 16 ties will take place on 10 March with the second to follow a week later on 17 March.
Quarter-final draw: 18 March
Quarter-final first leg: 7 April
Quarter-final second leg: 14 April
Semi-final draw: 15 April
Semi-final first-leg: 28 April
Semi-final second leg: 5 May
Final: 18 May