The draw for the last sixteen of the Europa League has been made, and there is actually a couple of cracking ties.
Premier League clubs Arsenal will play French side Rennes while Chelsea take on Ukraine's Dynamo Kiev. For Arsenal fans, they are facing the prospect of another early kick-off. Rennes have been rejuvenated under new manager Julien Stephan and remain the last side to beat PSG at Le Parc des Princes.
So it looks like it will be another 5.55pm kick-off for Arsenal in the first leg against Rennes, as Chelsea are also at home first against Kiev.
— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) February 22, 2019
Both teams have been handed home ties first, on 7 March. The return legs take place 14 March.
Maurizio Sarri's side take on Kiev after overcoming Malmo in the last round. They currently trail Shakhtar Donetsk by seven points in the Ukrainian Premier League.
The full Europa League draw is as follows:
Zenit v Villarreal
Arsenal v Rennes
Sevilla v Slavia Prague
Valencia v Krasnodar
Napoli v Salzburg
Dinamo Zagreb v Benfica
Frankfurt v Inter Milan
Chelsea v Dynamo Kiev