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12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
Arsenal draw AC Milan in Europa League last 16
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
Arsenal draw AC Milan in Europa League last 16
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
Arsenal draw AC Milan in Europa League last 16
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
Arsenal draw AC Milan in Europa League last 16
12:23PM History repeated Arsenal and AC Milan have enjoyed a couple of thrilling knockout ties in the last decade. First there was 2008 when Arsenal knocked out the Champions League holders with a 2-0 last-16 win at San Siro before Milan exacted revenge with a 4-3 aggregate win at the same stage four years later. In that 2012 meeting, Milan won the first leg 4-0 before Arsenal so nearly pulled off a miracle comeback by winning the second leg 3-0. The first leg of this Europa League tie will be played on Thursday March 8 at San Siro, with the return a week later on March 15 at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas celebrates scoring for Arsenal against AC Milan in 2008 Credit: AFP 12:18PM The draw in full 12:17PM So it's AC Milan vs Arsenal! The first leg will be played at San Siro on Thursday March 8. That's a great draw. Eric Abidal picks out Milan vs Arsenal as the pick of the draw. 12:16PM Dortmund will play... not Arsenal. Dortmund vs RB Salzburg 12:15PM Arsenal and Dortmund still in the hat Sporting Lisbon vs Viktoria Plzen 12:15PM Just three pairings left now Marseille vs Athletic Bilbao 12:14PM And the other Moscow club is out CSKA Moscow vs Lyon 12:13PM Atletico are out... ...and they will face: Lokomotiv Moscow. Atletico vs Lokomotiv Moscow 12:12PM Next RB Leipzig vs Zenit 12:11PM First up Lazio vs Dynamo Kiev 12:11PM Pleasantries over We're about to get under way. The only rules are that the team drawn first will play the first leg at home, and teams from Russia and Ukraine can't play each other. Uefa must be praying Zenit and one of the Moscow clubs don't reach the final. 12:07PM The draw will be made by... ...Eric Abidal, who spent three years at Lyon where the Europa League final will be held this season. 12:04PM A sombre start The draw starts with our host (who I believe is the former CNN journalist and now Uefa's head of press Pedro Pinto) saying that Uefa "strongly condemns the deplorable acts of violence" that took place in Bilbao last night. 11:56AM Nearly there The draw should be getting under way in about five minutes. Though we would be wise to expect a fair amount of fluff from the Uefa dignitaries before the draw actually starts. 11:43AM A reunion of sorts? After last night's dismal defeat to Ostersunds, Arsene Wenger could be forgiven for privately hoping to avoid one of the big boys. One possible opponent is Zenit, who eliminated Celtic last night. Their striker Aleksandr Kokorin said afterwards: "I guess it’s better to play the strongest sides right away to test ourselves. “Give me Arsenal!" Drawing Zenit would also see former Branislav Ivanovic return to the Emirates for the first time since his Chelsea career was effectively ended there after a terrible performance in a 3-0 defeat to Arsenal 17 months ago. Credit: AP 11:28AM Preamble Morning all, Welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, which takes place at 12pm GMT in Nyon, Switzerland. Arsenal just about kept the British flag flying with their 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds, but Celtic bowed out after a 3-1 aggregate defeat to Zenit St Petersburg. In what is a completely open, unseeded draw, the worst possible opponents for Arsenal in the last 16 would be Atletico Madrid, while the best would probably be Viktoria Plzen. That said, whoever Arsenal face will be a big jump in quality from the pretty average opponents they've faced in the competition so far. 11:10AM Preview What is it? It is the draw for the last-16 of the Europa League, typically when the quality of the competition begins to improve. When is it? The draw is on Friday 23 February and begins at 12pm UK time. Where is it? As always, the draw takes place at Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland. What TV channel is it on? Uefa will live stream the draw across their social media channels and website, while you can also watch live coverage on TV with BT Sport 2 from noon. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on Friday to see what ties the draw throws up with our liveblog. Who can Arsenal draw? Arsenal just about finished the job against Ostersunds at the Emirates on Thursday, so they will be in the hat for what is an entirely open draw in Nyon. There is no seeding system at this stage of the tournament nor country protection, although there are no other Premier League teams for Arsenal to draw anway. So Arsenal could be paired with: CSKA Moscow RB Leipzig Zenit St Petersburg Locomotiv Moscow Atletico Madrid Lazio Sporting Lisbon Viktoria Plzen Dynamo Kiev Lyon AC Milan Borussia Dortmund Athletic Bilbao Marseille RB Salzburg Where will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fit in at Arsenal? When will the last-16 ties be played? The first leg of the next round of the Europa League will be played on Thursday 8 March and Thursday 15 March. Kick-off times will be 6pm and 8.05pm UK time, and the team drawn out of the bag first will play at home before playing the second leg away. What are the latest odds? Atletico Madrid 3/1 Arsenal 4/1 Borussia Dortmund 10/1 RB Leipzig 11/1 AC Milan 14/1 Lyon 16/1 Sporting Lisbon 22/1 Lazio 25/1 What are they saying? Arsene Wenger on defeat to Ostersunds: "We were in trouble because we were complacent and not focused," Wenger said. "We were open every time we lost the ball and had no ideas with the ball. That's why we were in trouble. "In the second half, it was much better. "We did the job to qualify. That's what you have to keep from the night and that's it." He added: "The fact that we won the first leg 3-0, the fact that we have another big game on Sunday, the fact that people subconsciously think they just have to turn up to win the game. "Football doesn't work like that. We played against a good side and ... you can be in trouble every time you're not 100 per cent focused."
Los colchoneros deberán viajar a Rusia, mientras que los Leones se medirán a un viejo conocido, el conjunto francés
El Atlético se medirá al Lokomotiv y el Athletic al Olympique de Marsella en los octavos de final de la Europa League
Los colchoneros deberán viajar a Rusia, mientras que los Leones se medirán a un viejo conocido, el conjunto francés
North Korean cheerleaders and members of an orchestra perform at the Gangneung Olympic Park. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
North Korean cheerleaders and members of an orchestra perform at the Gangneung Olympic Park, in Gangneung
North Korean cheerleaders and members of an orchestra perform at the Gangneung Olympic Park. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
North Korean cheerleaders at the Czech Republic vs South Korea hockey game. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics
North Korean cheerleaders at the Czech Republic vs South Korea hockey game. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
Europa League last 16 draw: Arsenal to face AC Milan, Dortmund get Salzburg
Europa League last 16 draw: Arsenal to face AC Milan, Dortmund get Salzburg
Europa League last 16 draw: Arsenal to face AC Milan, Dortmund get Salzburg
Vitolo's strange response to a question about Fernando Torres' future sparked controversy, forcing the Atletico Madrid man to apologise.
Vitolo apologises for sexist 'joke' after Atletico win
Vitolo's strange response to a question about Fernando Torres' future sparked controversy, forcing the Atletico Madrid man to apologise.
En el club parisino lo tienen claro: sus jugadores deben darlo todo para remontar frente al Madrid por Champions. Para ello, se reunieron con los ultras de su equipo. Quieren hacer sentir la localía.
El PSG se reúne con sus ultras para recibir al Madrid
En el club parisino lo tienen claro: sus jugadores deben darlo todo para remontar frente al Madrid por Champions. Para ello, se reunieron con los ultras de su equipo. Quieren hacer sentir la localía.
The Turkish mentor insists the Urban Warriors won’t be docked points for using the Zimbabwean forward
Muhsin Ertugral confident Ajax Cape Town won't be docked points over Tendai Ndoro saga
The Turkish mentor insists the Urban Warriors won’t be docked points for using the Zimbabwean forward
Leicester City vs Stoke City (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Riyad Mahrez scores his first Leicester goal since his self-imposed exile as the hosts run out 3-1 winners against a tepid Stoke. 15 points: A collective malaise continues to engulf England's World Cup goalkeeping candidates, as Jack Butland lets one slip under his body. 25 points: Saido Berahino sleeps in a goal net rather than a duvet on Friday night in an attempt to re-acquaint himself with the onion bag. Bournemouth vs Newcastle (Saturday 3pm) 5 points: Newcastle crash back down to earth after their victory over Man Utd, slumping to a 2-1 defeat in the Matt Ritchie derby. 15 points: Jermain Defoe scores his ninth career goal against Newcastle from the penalty spot. 25 points: Mike Ashley tries to book another table at a north London Indian restaurant in the hope that someone, anyone, will take the club off his hands. Brighton vs Swansea (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Two resurgent teams share the spoils on the south coast in a 1-1 draw that does neither many favours. 15 points: Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson is this week's recipient of the 'get him on the plane' treatment. 25 points: Mike Dean and Carlos Carvalhal wrestle for the limelight at the Amex Stadium, and there is only going to be one winner in that contest. Carlos Carvalhal has charmed the Premier League Credit: Reuters Burnley vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Sam Vokes scores a late equaliser against the club he supported as a boy. 15 points: Wesley Hoedt continues to stray from the sublime to the ridiculous in a performance that leaves us none the wiser about his quality. 25 points: Burnley fail to win another Premier League game, yet stay in seventh where they shall remain for eternity. Liverpool vs West Ham (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Jurgen Klopp's side have this match won by half-time as West Ham are drawn closer to the relegation zone. 15 points: Loris Karius keeps another clean sheet as he continues his one man to crusade to prove Gary Neville wrong. 25 points: David Sullivan vows to continue West Ham's hi-tech scouting revolution by acquiring some VHS tapes of the opposition before matches. In praise of Roberto Firmino West Brom vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Salomon Rondon's late header earns Alan Pardew and West Brom a crucial three points. 15 points: Jonny Evans is given back the captain's armband, which he will with pride until his summer transfer to a top half team. 25 points: Pardew imposes a Saturday night curfew so strict that the players are home in time for Casualty. Watford vs Everton (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: After heavy losses at Wembley and the Emirates, Everton once again fall foul of the curse of the north circular by losing at Watford. 15 points: Richarlison bags his first league goal since November 19th. 25 points: After saying he returned to Everton for 'the pressure', Wayne Rooney's season now consists of 10 virtually meaningless league games. Why David De Gea is the reason Manchester United are still in contention for the top four Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 12 noon) 5 points: It takes until the last 20 minutes to break Palace's stubborn resistance but Spurs do enough to secure a 2-1 win that takes them within a point of Man Utd. 15 points: Palace are christened 'the Wilfried Zaha team' as they continue to struggle without their talismanic winger. 25 points: The home sponsors name Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier as Palace's man of the match. Manchester United vs Chelsea (Sunday, 2.05pm) 5 points: Another big match involving United results in an underwhelming 90 minutes of turgid fare and a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. 15 points: Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte almost come to blows in the technical area in scenes we very much want to see yet are told by our television overlords that we do not. 25 points: Paul Pogba does a Nasser Hussain and points to the back of his shirt in a pointed message to Graeme Souness in the studio.
Premier League Bingo: How many points can you win from this weekend's fixtures?
Leicester City vs Stoke City (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Riyad Mahrez scores his first Leicester goal since his self-imposed exile as the hosts run out 3-1 winners against a tepid Stoke. 15 points: A collective malaise continues to engulf England's World Cup goalkeeping candidates, as Jack Butland lets one slip under his body. 25 points: Saido Berahino sleeps in a goal net rather than a duvet on Friday night in an attempt to re-acquaint himself with the onion bag. Bournemouth vs Newcastle (Saturday 3pm) 5 points: Newcastle crash back down to earth after their victory over Man Utd, slumping to a 2-1 defeat in the Matt Ritchie derby. 15 points: Jermain Defoe scores his ninth career goal against Newcastle from the penalty spot. 25 points: Mike Ashley tries to book another table at a north London Indian restaurant in the hope that someone, anyone, will take the club off his hands. Brighton vs Swansea (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Two resurgent teams share the spoils on the south coast in a 1-1 draw that does neither many favours. 15 points: Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson is this week's recipient of the 'get him on the plane' treatment. 25 points: Mike Dean and Carlos Carvalhal wrestle for the limelight at the Amex Stadium, and there is only going to be one winner in that contest. Carlos Carvalhal has charmed the Premier League Credit: Reuters Burnley vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Sam Vokes scores a late equaliser against the club he supported as a boy. 15 points: Wesley Hoedt continues to stray from the sublime to the ridiculous in a performance that leaves us none the wiser about his quality. 25 points: Burnley fail to win another Premier League game, yet stay in seventh where they shall remain for eternity. Liverpool vs West Ham (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Jurgen Klopp's side have this match won by half-time as West Ham are drawn closer to the relegation zone. 15 points: Loris Karius keeps another clean sheet as he continues his one man to crusade to prove Gary Neville wrong. 25 points: David Sullivan vows to continue West Ham's hi-tech scouting revolution by acquiring some VHS tapes of the opposition before matches. In praise of Roberto Firmino West Brom vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Salomon Rondon's late header earns Alan Pardew and West Brom a crucial three points. 15 points: Jonny Evans is given back the captain's armband, which he will with pride until his summer transfer to a top half team. 25 points: Pardew imposes a Saturday night curfew so strict that the players are home in time for Casualty. Watford vs Everton (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: After heavy losses at Wembley and the Emirates, Everton once again fall foul of the curse of the north circular by losing at Watford. 15 points: Richarlison bags his first league goal since November 19th. 25 points: After saying he returned to Everton for 'the pressure', Wayne Rooney's season now consists of 10 virtually meaningless league games. Why David De Gea is the reason Manchester United are still in contention for the top four Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 12 noon) 5 points: It takes until the last 20 minutes to break Palace's stubborn resistance but Spurs do enough to secure a 2-1 win that takes them within a point of Man Utd. 15 points: Palace are christened 'the Wilfried Zaha team' as they continue to struggle without their talismanic winger. 25 points: The home sponsors name Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier as Palace's man of the match. Manchester United vs Chelsea (Sunday, 2.05pm) 5 points: Another big match involving United results in an underwhelming 90 minutes of turgid fare and a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. 15 points: Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte almost come to blows in the technical area in scenes we very much want to see yet are told by our television overlords that we do not. 25 points: Paul Pogba does a Nasser Hussain and points to the back of his shirt in a pointed message to Graeme Souness in the studio.
Leicester City vs Stoke City (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Riyad Mahrez scores his first Leicester goal since his self-imposed exile as the hosts run out 3-1 winners against a tepid Stoke. 15 points: A collective malaise continues to engulf England's World Cup goalkeeping candidates, as Jack Butland lets one slip under his body. 25 points: Saido Berahino sleeps in a goal net rather than a duvet on Friday night in an attempt to re-acquaint himself with the onion bag. Bournemouth vs Newcastle (Saturday 3pm) 5 points: Newcastle crash back down to earth after their victory over Man Utd, slumping to a 2-1 defeat in the Matt Ritchie derby. 15 points: Jermain Defoe scores his ninth career goal against Newcastle from the penalty spot. 25 points: Mike Ashley tries to book another table at a north London Indian restaurant in the hope that someone, anyone, will take the club off his hands. Brighton vs Swansea (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Two resurgent teams share the spoils on the south coast in a 1-1 draw that does neither many favours. 15 points: Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson is this week's recipient of the 'get him on the plane' treatment. 25 points: Mike Dean and Carlos Carvalhal wrestle for the limelight at the Amex Stadium, and there is only going to be one winner in that contest. Carlos Carvalhal has charmed the Premier League Credit: Reuters Burnley vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Sam Vokes scores a late equaliser against the club he supported as a boy. 15 points: Wesley Hoedt continues to stray from the sublime to the ridiculous in a performance that leaves us none the wiser about his quality. 25 points: Burnley fail to win another Premier League game, yet stay in seventh where they shall remain for eternity. Liverpool vs West Ham (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Jurgen Klopp's side have this match won by half-time as West Ham are drawn closer to the relegation zone. 15 points: Loris Karius keeps another clean sheet as he continues his one man to crusade to prove Gary Neville wrong. 25 points: David Sullivan vows to continue West Ham's hi-tech scouting revolution by acquiring some VHS tapes of the opposition before matches. In praise of Roberto Firmino West Brom vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Salomon Rondon's late header earns Alan Pardew and West Brom a crucial three points. 15 points: Jonny Evans is given back the captain's armband, which he will with pride until his summer transfer to a top half team. 25 points: Pardew imposes a Saturday night curfew so strict that the players are home in time for Casualty. Watford vs Everton (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: After heavy losses at Wembley and the Emirates, Everton once again fall foul of the curse of the north circular by losing at Watford. 15 points: Richarlison bags his first league goal since November 19th. 25 points: After saying he returned to Everton for 'the pressure', Wayne Rooney's season now consists of 10 virtually meaningless league games. Why David De Gea is the reason Manchester United are still in contention for the top four Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 12 noon) 5 points: It takes until the last 20 minutes to break Palace's stubborn resistance but Spurs do enough to secure a 2-1 win that takes them within a point of Man Utd. 15 points: Palace are christened 'the Wilfried Zaha team' as they continue to struggle without their talismanic winger. 25 points: The home sponsors name Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier as Palace's man of the match. Manchester United vs Chelsea (Sunday, 2.05pm) 5 points: Another big match involving United results in an underwhelming 90 minutes of turgid fare and a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. 15 points: Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte almost come to blows in the technical area in scenes we very much want to see yet are told by our television overlords that we do not. 25 points: Paul Pogba does a Nasser Hussain and points to the back of his shirt in a pointed message to Graeme Souness in the studio.
Premier League Bingo: How many points can you win from this weekend's fixtures?
Leicester City vs Stoke City (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Riyad Mahrez scores his first Leicester goal since his self-imposed exile as the hosts run out 3-1 winners against a tepid Stoke. 15 points: A collective malaise continues to engulf England's World Cup goalkeeping candidates, as Jack Butland lets one slip under his body. 25 points: Saido Berahino sleeps in a goal net rather than a duvet on Friday night in an attempt to re-acquaint himself with the onion bag. Bournemouth vs Newcastle (Saturday 3pm) 5 points: Newcastle crash back down to earth after their victory over Man Utd, slumping to a 2-1 defeat in the Matt Ritchie derby. 15 points: Jermain Defoe scores his ninth career goal against Newcastle from the penalty spot. 25 points: Mike Ashley tries to book another table at a north London Indian restaurant in the hope that someone, anyone, will take the club off his hands. Brighton vs Swansea (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Two resurgent teams share the spoils on the south coast in a 1-1 draw that does neither many favours. 15 points: Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson is this week's recipient of the 'get him on the plane' treatment. 25 points: Mike Dean and Carlos Carvalhal wrestle for the limelight at the Amex Stadium, and there is only going to be one winner in that contest. Carlos Carvalhal has charmed the Premier League Credit: Reuters Burnley vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Sam Vokes scores a late equaliser against the club he supported as a boy. 15 points: Wesley Hoedt continues to stray from the sublime to the ridiculous in a performance that leaves us none the wiser about his quality. 25 points: Burnley fail to win another Premier League game, yet stay in seventh where they shall remain for eternity. Liverpool vs West Ham (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Jurgen Klopp's side have this match won by half-time as West Ham are drawn closer to the relegation zone. 15 points: Loris Karius keeps another clean sheet as he continues his one man to crusade to prove Gary Neville wrong. 25 points: David Sullivan vows to continue West Ham's hi-tech scouting revolution by acquiring some VHS tapes of the opposition before matches. In praise of Roberto Firmino West Brom vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Salomon Rondon's late header earns Alan Pardew and West Brom a crucial three points. 15 points: Jonny Evans is given back the captain's armband, which he will with pride until his summer transfer to a top half team. 25 points: Pardew imposes a Saturday night curfew so strict that the players are home in time for Casualty. Watford vs Everton (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: After heavy losses at Wembley and the Emirates, Everton once again fall foul of the curse of the north circular by losing at Watford. 15 points: Richarlison bags his first league goal since November 19th. 25 points: After saying he returned to Everton for 'the pressure', Wayne Rooney's season now consists of 10 virtually meaningless league games. Why David De Gea is the reason Manchester United are still in contention for the top four Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 12 noon) 5 points: It takes until the last 20 minutes to break Palace's stubborn resistance but Spurs do enough to secure a 2-1 win that takes them within a point of Man Utd. 15 points: Palace are christened 'the Wilfried Zaha team' as they continue to struggle without their talismanic winger. 25 points: The home sponsors name Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier as Palace's man of the match. Manchester United vs Chelsea (Sunday, 2.05pm) 5 points: Another big match involving United results in an underwhelming 90 minutes of turgid fare and a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. 15 points: Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte almost come to blows in the technical area in scenes we very much want to see yet are told by our television overlords that we do not. 25 points: Paul Pogba does a Nasser Hussain and points to the back of his shirt in a pointed message to Graeme Souness in the studio.
Adam Polasek (61), of the Czech Republic, checks Russian athlete Sergei Shirokov (52) during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Czechs' Olympic gold hopes ended by Russians, Germans next?
Adam Polasek (61), of the Czech Republic, checks Russian athlete Sergei Shirokov (52) during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Olympic Athletes from Russia and the Czech Republic greet each other after the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
Czechs' Olympic gold hopes ended by Russians, Germans next?
Olympic Athletes from Russia and the Czech Republic greet each other after the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
Russian athlete Kirill Kaprizov (77) celebrates after the semifinal round of the men's hockey game against the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Czechs' Olympic gold hopes ended by Russians, Germans next?
Russian athlete Kirill Kaprizov (77) celebrates after the semifinal round of the men's hockey game against the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Petr Koukal (42), of the Czech Republic, shoots at Russian athlete Vasili Koshechkin (83) during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Petr Koukal (42), of the Czech Republic, shoots at Russian athlete Vasili Koshechkin (83) during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Olympic Athletes from Russia and the Czech Republic greet each other after the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Olympic Athletes from Russia and the Czech Republic greet each other after the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) reacts after scoring a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) reacts after scoring a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Jan Kolar (29), of the Czech Republic, leaves the ice during the second period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game against the team from Russia at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Jan Kolar (29), of the Czech Republic, leaves the ice during the second period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game against the team from Russia at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
A fan of Olympic Athletes from Russia gets ready before the semifinal round of the men's hockey game between the team from Russia and the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
A fan of Olympic Athletes from Russia gets ready before the semifinal round of the men's hockey game between the team from Russia and the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Goalie Pavel Francouz (33), of the Czech Republic, stops the puck during the first period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game against the team from Russia at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Goalie Pavel Francouz (33), of the Czech Republic, stops the puck during the first period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game against the team from Russia at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) shoots a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) shoots a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Fans wait before the semifinal round of the men's hockey game between the team from Russia and the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Fans wait before the semifinal round of the men's hockey game between the team from Russia and the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) reacts after scoring a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
Russian athlete Ilya Kovalchuk (71) reacts after scoring a goal against the Czech Republic during the third period of the semifinal round of the men's hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Olympic Athletes from Russia won 3-0. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
A fan of Olympic Athletes from Russia gets ready before the semifinal round of the men's hockey game between the team from Russia and the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Koshechkin shuts out Czechs to put Russians in Olympic final
A fan of Olympic Athletes from Russia gets ready before the semifinal round of the men's hockey game between the team from Russia and the Czech Republic at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
There will be five total practice sessions and one qualifying session Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Friday’s schedule at Atlanta for Cup, Xfinity and Trucks
There will be five total practice sessions and one qualifying session Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
There will be five total practice sessions and one qualifying session Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Friday’s schedule at Atlanta for Cup, Xfinity and Trucks
There will be five total practice sessions and one qualifying session Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
A spectacular Sunday pits Man United against Chelsea in an Old Trafford grudge match while Arsenal and Man City fight it out for the Carabao Cup
Friday pressure briefing: Can Mourinho and Wenger overcome their nemeses?
A spectacular Sunday pits Man United against Chelsea in an Old Trafford grudge match while Arsenal and Man City fight it out for the Carabao Cup
A spectacular Sunday pits Man United against Chelsea in an Old Trafford grudge match while Arsenal and Man City fight it out for the Carabao Cup
Friday pressure briefing: Can Mourinho and Wenger overcome their nemeses?
A spectacular Sunday pits Man United against Chelsea in an Old Trafford grudge match while Arsenal and Man City fight it out for the Carabao Cup
A spectacular Sunday pits Man United against Chelsea in an Old Trafford grudge match while Arsenal and Man City fight it out for the Carabao Cup
Friday pressure briefing: Can Mourinho and Wenger overcome their nemeses?
A spectacular Sunday pits Man United against Chelsea in an Old Trafford grudge match while Arsenal and Man City fight it out for the Carabao Cup
Gabriel Paletta has found a new home in the Chinese Super League following his release from AC Milan last month.
Paletta joins Jiangsu Suning
Gabriel Paletta has found a new home in the Chinese Super League following his release from AC Milan last month.
Driver Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia start their first heat during the women's two-man bobsled competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
A 2nd Russian athlete tests positive for doping at Olympics
Driver Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia start their first heat during the women's two-man bobsled competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
Driver Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia take a curve in their third heat during the women's two-man bobsled final at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
A 2nd Russian athlete tests positive for doping at Olympics
Driver Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia take a curve in their third heat during the women's two-man bobsled final at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Driver Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia start their first heat during the women's two-man bobsled competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
A 2nd Russian athlete tests positive for doping at Olympics
Driver Nadezhda Sergeeva and Anastasia Kocherzhova of the Olympic Athletes of Russia start their first heat during the women's two-man bobsled competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
Europa League draw LIVE – Arsenal paired with AC Milan in last 16!
Europa League draw LIVE – Arsenal paired with AC Milan in last 16!
Europa League draw LIVE – Arsenal paired with AC Milan in last 16!
Europa League draw LIVE – Arsenal paired with AC Milan in last 16!
Europa League draw LIVE – Arsenal paired with AC Milan in last 16!
Europa League draw LIVE – Arsenal paired with AC Milan in last 16!
Looks like Russell Westbrook is re-energized after All-Star Weekend.
Russell Westbrook hits game-winning 3-pointer to beat Kings (VIDEO)
Looks like Russell Westbrook is re-energized after All-Star Weekend.
Arsene Wenger said Sunday's League Cup final against Manchester City was partly to blame for Arsenal's poor performance against Ostersunds.
Man City distracted us! Wenger explains Arsenal's Ostersunds embarrassment
Arsene Wenger said Sunday's League Cup final against Manchester City was partly to blame for Arsenal's poor performance against Ostersunds.

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