Following our win over BATE Borisov last week, we have no been matched with French League 1 side Rennes in the last 16 of the competition.

Unai Emery’s former club Sevilla face Slavia Prague meaning he could dance his old side as the competition hots up.

In a weird turn of events the order of our ties were switched in our favour to avoid playing at the same time as Chelsea. We will now play our second leg at home on the 14th of March, and our away leg first on the 7th of March.

Alexandre Lacazette will miss both games with Rennes after his one match ban was extended to three following his rather pointless red card in Borisov meaning it will be down to Aubameyang to grab the goals to see us through to the quarter finals.

Europa League full last-16 draw
Chelsea v Dynamo Kiev
Eintracht Frankfurt v Inter Milan
Dinamo Zagreb v Benfica
Napoli v FC Salzburg
Valencia v FC Krasnodar
Sevilla v Slavia Prague
Arsenal v Rennes
Zenit St Petersburg v Villarreal