Europa League draw: Who Man Utd could face, plus how to watch and TV channel

Manchester United beat Real Betis in the last-16 to progress to the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

Manchester United have progressed to the quarter-finals of the Europa League after beating Real Betis over two legs, and are among the favourites to claim the trophy.

The Red Devils have previously won the tournament once before when Jose Mourinho was manager in 2017, and Erik ten Hag will hope to repeat that triumph this season. United have, of course, already picked up silverware this season in the Carabao Cup, and could make it three cup successes in 2022/23 with the side still alive in the FA Cup.

United will also be able to plot their potential path to the Europa League final on Friday when the draw for quarter-finals and semi-finals takes place. Ahead of the draw, here are all the major details.

When is the Europa League draw?

The draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals takes place at 12pm from Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon.

Where to watch Europa League draw

The draw will be shown live on BT Sport and their YouTube channel. It will also be streamed on Uefa’s website and YouTube channel.

Who can Man Utd face?

United can draw Bayer Leverkusen, Feyenoord, Juventus, Roma, Sevilla, Sporting Lisbon and Union Saint-Gilloise in the next round.

Roma would see United face Mourinho once again, with former defender Chris Smalling also playing in the Italian capital. Leverkusen would be another interesting tie as Xabi Alonso would make his return to Old Trafford as a manager, while Feyenoord would present Tyrell Malacia with a chance to face the side who he left last summer to join United.

But it’s Juventus that will offer the most intriguing tie for neutrals. United have faced the Old Lady 14 times before, the last of which came in 2018.

When will the Europa League quarter-finals and semi-finals take place?

The quarter-finals will take place on 13 and 20 April, with the semi-finals to be played on 11 and 18 May.