Manchester United will face either İstanbul Başakşehir or FC Copenhagen in the quarter-finals of the Europa League barring a miraculous comeback from LASK.
United lead LASK 5-0 following the first leg of their tie while İstanbul Başakşehir hold a one-goal advantage over FC Copenhagen ahead of their second-leg tie.
Elsewhere, if Wolves get past Olympiacos they will face Europa League specialists Sevilla, or Roma for a spot in the semi-final, and if both English sides progress from those potential quarter-finals they could meet at the last-four stage.
Europa League last 16 – the current situation
These ties still have a second leg to play. Below are the results from the opening clashes:
These ties will play a one-off tie:
The six ties that have already played a first leg will see the returns legs played as normal. The ties that have not played a first leg – Inter v Milan Getafe and Sevilla v Roma – will be played as a one-off tie at a yet-to-be-announced venues.
Europa League dates for your diary