Manchester United will take on competition debutants Granada in the Europa League quarter-finals in April.
Granada will be looking to continue their dream run, which began in the second qualifying round, against a United side who edged out AC Milan 2-1 on aggregate in the last-16.
Should United get past the Europa League debutants, they could be handed a reunion with the team they beat in the 2017 final - Ajax - in the last four.
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Arsenal, the other remaining English club in the competition, take on Slavia Prague who defeated Rangers at Ibrox 2-0 (3-1 on aggregate).
Elsewhere, 2017 runners-up Ajax take on Roma, the UEFA Cup runners-up in 1991.
Dinamo Zagreb, who shocked Tottenham in the quarter-finals by coming back from 2-0 down in the first leg to win 3-2 on Thursday night, will host Villarreal managed by former Gunners boss Unai Emery.
There could be a Emery reunion on the cards for Arsenal. Should the Gunners progress to the last four, they will face the winner of Dinamo v Villarreal.
The earliest United and Arsenal could face each other is in the final.
The quarter-final first legs will take place on April 8 before the return matches on April 15. The semi-final first legs will be held on April 28 and the second legs on May 6.
The Europa League final will be held at Gdansk Arena, Poland on May 26.

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  • Granada v Manchester United
  • Arsenal v Slavia Prague
  • Ajax v Roma
  • Dinamo Zagreb v Villarreal
  • Granada/Manchester United v Ajax/Roma
  • Dinamo Zagreb/Villarreal v Arsenal/Slavia Prague
  • Winner of semi-final 2 v Winner of semi-final 1

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Quarter-finals first legs: April 8
Quarter-finals second legs: April 15
Semi-finals first legs: April 29
Semi-finals second legs: May 6
Final: May 26 at Gdansk Arena, Poland
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