MANCHESTER UNITED will face Austrian minnows LASK in the last 16 of the Europa League.
The Red Devils will face the side at the Linzer Stadion, which they use for Uefa competitions, since their 6,000-capacity arena is not big enough.
Meanwhile Rangers face Bayer Leverkusen and Wolves have drawn Arsenal's conquerors Olympiacos in the knock-out stages.
The games take place on March 12 and March 19.
In the immortal words of Porky Pig, that's all folks.
But before I shoot off, here's a quick reminder of the draw.
- Istanbul vs Copenhagen
- Olympiacos vs Wolves
- Rangers vs Bayer Leverkusen
- Wolfsburg vs Shakhtar Donetsk
- Inter Milan vs Getafe
- Sevilla vs Roma
- Frankfurt/Salzburg vs Basel
- LASK vs Manchester United
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Not even Gary Lineker knows much about LASK…
It's safe to say that Manchester United are the firm favourites for this one.
PIAC OF THE BUNCH
Olympiacos will take on Wolves in the next round after they booted Arsenal out of the competition.
Will they continue to upset the English sides? We'll see at the first leg on Thursday 12 March.
WHO EUR THEY?
Man Utd will face debutants LASK for a chance to progress to the quarter-finals – but who are their next opponents?
To give their full name, Linzer Athletik-Sport-Klub from Pasching in Austria – playing in the Austrian Bundesliga.
The Black-Whites were originally from Linz and were called LASK Linz until moving a few miles southwest in 2016.
They finished second in the competition last season to qualify for the Champions League qualifiers, but lost to Club Brugge in the play-offs.
Click here to find out the full story behind the Europa League's most unknown side.
Inter Milan will take on Spanish side Getafe in the last 16.
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