The Europa League’s quarter-final draw has been concluded with all the eight remaining clubs discovering their fate in the latest knockout round.
The 2020/21 Europa League quarter-final draw took place at the UEFA headquarters in Nylon, Switzerland, following the end of the last-16 stage.
In a draw boasting some of Europe’s most successful clubs, again with no country protection, newbies Granada will lock horns with Manchester United.
Arsenal, the top-scorers in the Europa League so far, welcome Slavia Prague to the Emirates for the first leg of their quarter-final. Former winners Ajax, meanwhile, face Italian giants AS Roma, while Dinamo Zagreb take on Unai Emery’s Villarreal.
Europa League quarter-final fixtures
Granada vs Manchester United
Arsenal vs Slavia Prague
Ajax vs AS Roma
Dinamo Zagreb vs Villarreal
When will the quarter-final games be played?
The first-leg of the Europa League quarter-final ties takes place on Thursday, April 8, and the second legs follow a week later on Thursday, April 15.
What about the semi-finals & final?
The Europa League semi-finals, on the other hand, begin on April 29 for the first leg, while the second leg begins the next week on May 6.
As cited below, the winner between Granada and Manchester United will face either Ajax or Roma in the semi-finals. Arsenal or Slavia Prague, meanwhile, will square off against Dinamo Zagreb or Villarreal in their last-four tie.
QF1 winner (Granada/Manchester United) vs QF3 Winner (Ajax/AS Roma)
QF4 winner (Dinamo Zagreb/Villarreal) vs QF2 winner (Arsenal/Slavia Prague)
The winners of the two semi-final ties will meet in the final itself on Wednesday, May 26, at the Gdansk Arena in Poland in this order.
Semi-final winner 2 vs Semi-final winner 1
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