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UEFA: Europa League draw for next two rounds completed

Posted in European Football by peterbein on December 17, 2010

The draw for the last 32 and the last 16 stages of the UEFA Europa League has been made this afternoon in the Swiss town of Nyon. The usual restrictions apply in the Round of 32 stages where teams can’t meet any of their group opponents and have country protection. In the Round of 16 no such restrictions apply and is, thus, an open draw. Here are the next two rounds in all their glory which will leave many football fans on the edge of their seats from February:

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE – ROUND OF 32

A/ SS Napoli – Villarreal CF

B/ Glasgow Rangers – Sporting Lisbon

C/ Sparta Prague – Liverpool FC

D/ RSC Anderlecht – Ajax Amsterdam

E/ Lech Poznan – Sporting Braga

F/ Besiktas JK – Dynamo Kyiv

G/ FC Basel – Spartak Moscow

H/ Young Boys Bern – Zenit St Petersburg

I/ Aris Thessaloniki – Manchester City

J/ PAOK Thessaloniki – CSKA Moscow

K/ Sevilla FC – FC Porto

L/ Rubin Kazan – FC Twente

M/ Lille OSC – PSV Eindhoven

N/ SL Benfica – VfB Stuttgart

O/ BATE Borisov – Paris Saint-Germain

P/ Metalist Kharkiv – Bayer 04 Leverkusen

All ties to be played from February 17th-24th

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE – ROUND OF 16

Winner Match N – Winner Match O 

Winner Match F – Winner Match I

Winner Match L – Winner Match H 

Winner Match J – Winner Match K

Winner Match M – Winner Match B

Winner Match P – Winner Match A

Winner Match D – Winner Match G 

Winner Match C – Winner Match E

All ties to be played from March 10th-17th

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