Manchester United, Wolves and Rangers will discover the identity of their opponents in the last-16 of the Europa League at midday on Friday.
Inter Milan, Roma and five-time winners Sevilla are among the biggest teams left in the competition with a free-for-all draw that could even pair the British clubs together in the two-legged tie to be played next month.
How does the draw work?
There will be no seedings or country protection meaning all teams are eligible to face each other.
The first team drawn gets the first leg of their tie at home with the second leg then played at the opposition's home ground.
Who are the Europa League last-16 teams?
Manchester United (ENG) Olympiacos (GRE) Wolves (ENG) Rangers (SCO) Copenhagen (DEN) Sevilla (ESP) Shakthar Donetsk (UKR) Istanbul Basaksehir (TUR) Wolfsburg (GER) Roma (ITA) LASK (AUT) Inter Milan (ITA) Basel (SWI) Red Bull Salzburg (AUS) Eintracht Frankfurt (GER) Bayer Leverkusen (GER) Getafe (ESP)