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Who can Manchester United, Arsenal and Wolves face in the Europa League last 32?

first_imgClub BruggeOlympiacosShakhtar DonetskBayer LeverkusenAPOELCopenhagenGetafeSporting CPCFR ClujRangersAZ AlkmaarWolfsburgLudogoretsRoma RB SalzburgInter MilanBenficaAjaxSevillaMalmo FFBaselLASKCelticEspanyolFC PortoGentIstanbul Basaksehir When is the Europa League last 32 draw?The draw is made at midday on Monday following the Champions League draw.When will the last 32 ties be played?The fixtures will be played on 20 and 27 February.MORE: Freddie Ljungberg ‘feels sorry for Arsenal’s young players’ despite Bukayo Saka’s ‘tremendous night’MORE: Martin Keown hails Arsenal star Gabriel Martinelli and slams ‘lucky’ Freddie Ljungberg Ole Gunnar Solskjaer secured top spot in Europa League Group L (Picture: Getty Images)Manchester United, Arsenal and Celtic have all topped their Europa League groups and will go into the draw for the last 32 as seeded teams, while Wolves and Rangers will be unseeded.This gives United, Arsenal and Celtic a faovurable draw as they will take on either a group runner-up, or one of the four teams that drop out of the Champions League with the lowest points.Inter Milan, Ajax, Benfica and Red Bull Salzburg are all joining the Europa League and Wolves and Rangers could face any of them.Instead United, Celtic and Arsenal could meet Club Brugge, Olympiacos, Shakhtar Donetsk, Bayer Leverkusen or one of the sides that finished second in their Europa League group.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTTeams cannot be drawn against sides from the same country or that played in the same group as them.There could still be all-British affairs with Manchester United or Arsenal able to draw Rangers, while Celtic could play Wolves. Who can Man Utd be drawn against? Who can Arsenal be drawn against? Who can Manchester United, Arsenal and Wolves face in the Europa League last 32? Metro Sport ReporterThursday 12 Dec 2019 9:59 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Comment Who can Wolves be drawn against? Advertisement Club BruggeOlympiacosShakhtar DonetskBayer LeverkusenAPOELCopenhagenGetafeSporting CPCFR ClujEintracht FrankfurtRangersWolfsburgLudogoretsRoma More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Freddie Ljungberg has taken Arsenal into the last 32 (Picture: REUTERS)last_img read more

Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ G/Town Zone qualifiers set for November 17

first_img– Tournament kicks off on November 22THE organisers of the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Georgetown Zone is reminding all interested teams that the deadline for registration is November 16, one day before the quest to select 16 teams to join the automatic qualifiers commences.According to Three Peat Promotions, the group retained to coordinate the Zone, 16 teams have already automatically qualified to play in the competition, but 16 more teams will have to qualify to join them and this segment of the event will be conducted on November 17, at the Meadow Brook Playfield situated east of Mandela Avenue, the street immediately south of the National Gymnasium.Interest has been growing in the local street futsal phenomenon and more and more teams have been inquiring about the tournament, with this year’s event promising to provide the largest turnout of teams seeking to make the main draw.Already teams have intensified preparations ahead of the November 22, start and Banks DIH under its Guinness brand has undertaken to make the tournament more exciting and colourful from kick-off.The teams will be colourfully decked out, while the playing balls will also have a touch of flush on them as well.Brand Manager, Lee Baptiste who has spearheaded the competition for a number of years, said it was their wish to add some new innovations to this year’s competition and bring a fresh outlook to the exciting atmosphere, in the case of colour uniforms and balls, in addition to offering some goodwill to communities were among those novelties.“We are certainly bringing a fresh outlook to this year’s competition and fans could expect the atmosphere to be exciting and electric every night,” Baptiste said.Meanwhile, the other confirmed playing dates are: November 23, 25, 30, December 2, 7, 9, 14 and the grand final scheduled for Saturday December 16.The venues identified to host are Demerara Park, National Cultural Centre Tarmac, Burnham Basketball Court, Albouystown Tarmac and the East Ruimveldt Tarmac.Winner of the overall event will receive $500,000 and the championship trophy along with automatic qualification for the National Playoffs.The runner-up, third and fourth place finishers will receive $250,000, $200,000 and $100,000, respectively.Forms can be uplifted from Banks DIH Limited ‘Caesars Place’ Durban Street location or Referee Coordinator Wayne Griffith on 697-7777 or Three Peat Promotions’ Rawle Welch on tele: 688-1776 or Duncan Saul at Stabroek News.last_img read more

Tottenham face fight to sign Monaco ace

first_img Monaco striker and Tottenham target Anthony Martial 1 Bordeaux have joined the race to sign Tottenham target Anthony Martial.Martial was not part of the Monaco squad which lost 4-1 to Bordeaux on Saturday, adding to the speculation that he is set to leave the club.It had been thought that Tottenham would snap up Martial, who has been touted as the new Thierry Henry.However Bordeaux manager, Willy Sagnol, confirmed after Saturday’s match that he is interested in signing the 18-year-old.“He lacks a bit of experience, but he’s a player I think about a lot,” he told Canal Plus.last_img