The draw for the Europa League knockout round play-offs took place yesterday, with the eight runners-up from the Europa League group stage being drawn against the eight third-placed teams from the Champions League group stage.
The pick of the ties was the first one out, Feyenoord being presented with a chance to gain revenge against Roma after the Italian giants defeated them in the 2021-22 Europa Conference League final.
The first legs are scheduled for February 15, with the second legs a week later on February 22.
Brighton, Liverpool, Rangers and West Ham won their respective Europa League groups so have already qualified for the last 16.
Those four British teams – along with Atalanta, Bayer Leverkusen, Villarreal and Slavia Prague – will find out their last-16 opponents on February 23.
Europa League play-off fixtures
- Feyenoord vs Roma
- AC Milan vs Rennes
- Lens vs Freiburg
- Young Boys vs Sporting
- Benfica vs Toulouse
- Sporting Braga vs Qarabag
- Galatasaray vs Sparta Prague
- Shakhtar Donetsk vs Marseille