Who will Everton be flying the flag against?
The draw has been made for the last-16 of the Europa League following an entertaining round of fixtures last night.
With Everton the only British side left in the competition after some shock defeats for the likes of Tottenham and Liverpool, Roberto Martinez will be eager to represent the nation well as an alternative route into qualification for the Champions League.
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See the full draw below:
Everton v Dynamo Kiev
A difficult away leg in Ukraine is to come, not the kind of draw the Toffees would have been hoping for.
Wolfsburg v Inter Milan
Kevin De Bruyne v Xerdan Shaqiri! Woof!
Dnipro v Ajax
Decision to separate Ukrainian and Russian clubs.
Zenit St. Petersburg v Torino
Andre Villas Boas will be hoping success in Russia can rebuild his reputation after a torrid few years in England and a Europa League trophy would provide the perfect proof.
Villarreal v Sevilla
No doubt a fiery all-Spanis affair when the two meet.
Napoli v Dinamo Moscow
A draw that will bring a smile to the face of Rafa Benitez.
Club Brugge v Besiktas
Liverpool’s conquerors will head to Belgium to fight for a place in the quarterfinals.
Fiorentina v Roma
Fiorentina knocked Roma out of the Coppa Italia earlier this season. Great chance for payback.
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All fixtures will be played on the 12th and 19th of March to find out who will make the quarter-finals.