Rangers won thanks to a record aggregate score in their round of 32 tie
There will be four British sides in the Europa League round of 16 draw.
Arsenal, Manchester United, Rangers and Tottenham are all still in with a chance of winning the trophy after triumphing in the round of 32.
Leicester City, however, failed to make the cut after a 2-0 defeat at the King Power against Slavia Prague.
Mikel Arteta’s side endured a tense night against Benfica, but a goal from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang three minutes from time gave them a 4-3 aggregate victory over the Portuguese side.
It was a less frantic occasion at Old Trafford, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men holding Real Sociedad to a 0-0 draw after beating them 4-0 away from home in the first leg.
Steven Gerrard was celebrating at Ibrox as his Rangers team won 5-2 on the night against Royal Antwerp, with their 9-5 aggregate victory over the Belgian side the largest goal tally over two legs in the Europa League’s history.
Tottenham also racked up a number of goals, with Wednesday night’s 4-0 win against Wolfsberg ensuring an 8-1 aggregate victory for Jose Mourinho’s men.
Here are the key details as those four clubs prepare to discover their fate.
WHEN AND WHERE WILL THE DRAW BE MADE?
The draw will be made in Nyon, Switzerland at 12pm UK time on Friday, February 26.
WHERE CAN IT BE WATCHED?
The draw will be streamed live on UEFA’s website.
WILL THERE BE SEEDING?
Unlike the previous round, no teams will be seeded. Any of the clubs previously mentioned could be drawn against each other.
WHO IS IN THE DRAW?
. AC Milan
. Dinamo Zagreb
. Dynamo Kiev
. Shakhtar Donetsk
. Slavia Prague
. Young Boys
WHEN WILL THE TIES BE PLAYED?
The first legs will be on March 11, with the second leg on March 18.