Manchester United will play Istanbul Basaksehir or Copenhagen in the quarter-finals of the Europa League following their likely progression past LASK in the last 16.
The Red Devils thrashed their Austrian opponents 5-0 in March, their last game before the coronavirus lockdown.
Wolves meanwhile, will face Sevilla or Roma should they get past Olympiacos in their last-16 tie. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men drew 1-1 with the Greeks in the first leg.
All Europa League last-16 ties are outstanding, with only one leg played in six of the eight games.
Indeed, due to coronavirus, Inter and Getafe and Sevilla and Roma still have both legs to play. As such, both ties will become one-legged affairs.
The outstanding round of 16 ties will be played on August 5-6, with the quarter-finals between August 10 and August 11.
The semi-finals, meanwhile, will take place on August 16-17 with the final on August 21.
All ties will be held in Germany, split between venues in Cologne – where the final will take place – Duisburg, Dusseldorf and Gelsenkirchen.
Quarter-final draw in full:
- Wolfsburg / Shakhtar Donetsk v Eintracht Frankfurt / Basel (QF1)
- LASK / Manchester United v Istanbul Basaksehir / Copenhagen (QF2)
- Inter Milan / Getafe v Rangers / Bayer Leverkusen (QF3)
- Olympiacos / Wolves v Sevilla / Roma (QF4)
Semi-final draw in full:
- Winner of QF4 v Winner of QF2
- Winner of QF3 v Winner of QF1