Premier League rivals Manchester United (2/1 Fav – Europa League Outright) and Wolves could meet in the semi-finals of the Europa League if they come through the next two rounds successfully.
Friday’s draw for the reshaped latter stages of the Europa League took place behind closed doors in Nyon.
Europe’s governing body has worked hard to ensure the competition can be completed and the remaining matches will take place between August 5-21 in Germany.
The Europa League ties will be held at the home grounds of Duisburg, Fortuna Dusseldorf, Schalke and Cologne, with the latter hosting the final.
Manchester United lead LASK 5-0 from the first leg of their last-16 tie and should have no issues in securing their spot in the quarter-finals.
The Red Devils will take on either Istanbul Basaksehir or FC Copenhagen in the last-eight with the Turkish side holding a 1-0 advantage from the first meeting.
United, who won this competition in 2017, could line up against Wolves (8/1 – Europa League Outright) in the semi-finals if Nuno Espirito Santo’s men come through two rounds successfully.
Wolves’ last-16 tie with Olympiakos is all square at 1-1 after their initial meeting in Greece and, should they complete the job, they will go up against either Roma or Sevilla in the last eight.
Rangers trail Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 ahead of their second-leg last-16 engagement and will face either Inter Milan (9/2 – Europa League Outright) or Getafe in the quarter-finals if they manage to complete a memorable comeback.
Finally, there could be an all-German tie in the last eight with Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt potentially meeting, although it looks unlikely as they need to overturn first-leg deficits.
Wolfsburg trail Shakhtar Donetsk 2-1 while Frankfurt fell to a 3-0 defeat on home soil in their first-leg meeting with Basel.