The draws for the Europa League quarter- and semi-finals both take place on Friday at 12pm GMT, with eight sides left in the competition.
Automatic Champions League qualification is the prize on offer for the team that lifts the Europa League trophy, so there is plenty of incentive to go all the way this season.
Arsenal are through to the last eight, but north London rivals are out after a stunning 3-0 loss at Dinamo Zagreb. Manchester United could follow Arsenal into the quarters, but must get a result at AC Milan.
There is no country protection or seeding for Friday’s quarter-final and semi-final draws, so any team can face anybody else in the next two stages – and here’s who is left standing for the draw…
Europa League draw permutations
Arsenal’s possible opponents: Granada, AS Roma, Dinamo Zagreb, AC Milan/Manchester United, Rangers/Slavia Prague, Villarreal/Dynamo Kiev, Young Boys/Ajax