While the mini Champions League tournament in Lisbon has garnered plenty of attention, little has been made of the fact that the Europa League will have a similarly entertaining schedule.
The event will be held in Germany from the quarter finals onwards, while a couple of last 16 ties will also be played in the country. All games will be straight knockout, meaning there will be no two-legged ties.
The last 16 ties that have played one leg already will see the second game take place in their originally fixed locations, while the other two will be one-legged affairs in Germany.
The draw took place for the remainder of the tournament this afternoon, throwing out some interesting looking ties.
Manchester United look likely to face İstanbul Başakşehir in the quarter finals, with Solskjaer's side holding a 5-0 lead over LASK after their first leg.
Matt Doherty's Wolves have received a tough draw, facing either Sevilla or Roma should they overcome Olympiacos.
Rangers will face Inter or Getafe if they can overturn a 3-1 deficit in their tie against Bayer Leverkusen.
Both English sides will meet in the semi-finals should they advance that far.
Here's the draw in full.
Europa League Draw
Wolfsburg/Shakhtar Donetsk v Eintracht Frankfurt/Basel
LASK/Manchester United v İstanbul Başakşehir/Copenhagen
Inter Milan/Getafe v Rangers/Leverkusen
Olympiacos/Wolves v Sevilla/Roma
Olympiacos/Wolves/Sevilla/Roma v LASK/Manchester United/İstanbul Başakşehir/Copenhagen
Inter Milan/Getafe/Rangers/Leverkusen v Wolfsburg/Shakhtar Donetsk/Eintracht Frankfurt/Basel
Here's the schedule for the remaining games.
5–6 August: Round of 16 (second legs at home teams’ stadiums; single-leg ties in Germany)
10–11 August: Quarter-finals (Cologne, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Gelsenkirchen)
16–17 August: Semi-finals (German venues to be confirmed)
21 August: Final (Cologne)