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the opponents of Roma, Milan and Atalanta LIVE

NYON (Switzerland) – It’s the day of the draw for the Europa League round of 16. After the conclusion of the playoffs, the three Italian teams still in the running, Roma, Milan and Atalanta, will know their opponents for the matches scheduled for 7 and 14 March.

13:16

Brighton comment on the draw on social media

Rome home and away. Jack“. This is how Brighton on

13:07

Sporting’s farewell to Atalanta

The Lions know their opponent in the Europa League round of 16. Hello Atalanta“. Thus, on the club’s official

13:03

Slavia greets Milan

Hi Milan” This is how Slavia Prague comments on the draw for the round of 16 of the Europa League against Milan on their official account

12:55

What Slavia did against Roma

Slavia Prague, AC Milan’s opponent in the round of 16, was in Roma’s group: they lost 2-0 against the Giallorossi at the Olimpico and won with the same score in the Czech capital.

12:48

Marino of Atalanta: “Champions-worthy teams”

Umberto Marino, general manager of Atalanta, comments on the draw on Sky Sport 24: “Sporting Lisbon are a very good opponent, we know them, but they know us given our previous matches in the group. It is a team of great value, great international experience, we must not underestimate them. In this draw there are many teams with a great football history, they could easily have been in the Champions League, they are all very strong. Atalanta favorites to win the trophy? Regardless of the data, this is the merit of a club that makes football a life’s work, we have a top-level coach and youth sector and there is a very intense job that starts from behind. We have a city nearby that certainly helps us to dream. For us, being here is already like winning a championship. For us, bringing the team to Europe is a shine for the Dea fans, for the city, for everyone.” “.

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12:44

Baresi: “We want to go far”

Franco Baresi, former AC Milan captain and now AC Milan honorary vice president, comments on the draw on Sky Sport 24: “We must not underestimate Slavia Prague, they had a very important group against Roma, on the international field we must have respect for all our opponents, we must aim to get far. We have to be careful both on the way out and on the way back“. Then, on the defeat in Rennes last night, he says: “It’s always sad to lose even if it was a painless defeat. We must concede less. Having won 3-0 in the first leg, perhaps the attention wasn’t maximum“. On the too many goals conceded by Milan in the last few matches he then says, as a former great defender: “We all need to do more. Greater intensity and attention is needed. The team must be more compact. We create a lot, but we suffer too much. We need more attention and a spirit of sacrifice. Milan creates a lot, we have the men to do well up front“.

12:37

Atalanta moves forward to March 5th

Sporting-Atalanta will not be played on March 7, but on Tuesday March 5 at 6.45pm. This is for Benfica’s concurrent match in Lisbon which, having priority due to its best position in the championship, will maintain its commitment on Thursday 7th. There has already been official communication on the UEFA website.

12:35

The precedents of Milan and Atalanta

Milan has never faced the Czechs of Slavia Prague in European cups, while Atalanta has already faced the Portuguese of Sporting Lisbon in the group stage of this Europa League and, in the past, in the 1987-88 and 1963 Cup Winners’ Cups. 64.

12:30

The complete picture of the round of 16

Sparta Praga-Liverpool
Olympique Marseille-Villarreal
Roma-Brighton
Benfica-Glasgow Rangers
Friburgo-West Ham United
Sporting Lisbon-Atalanta
Milan-Slavia Praga
Qarabag-Bayer Leverkusen

12:27

The precedent between Rome and Brighton

Roma have never faced English side Brighton in European competitions. There is a precedent in a friendly, dated 15 November 1981, when Liedholm’s Giallorossi won 4-1 at the Olimpico.

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12:26

The draw has closed

Pedro Pinto greets the connected public and closes the draws. Soon the statements from the representatives of the teams involved.

12:20

The last quarter of the final

The last round of 16 is Qarabag-Bayer Leverkusen.

12:20

In the seventh match there is Milan

Milan will face Slavia Prague.

12:19

The sixth challenge: here is Atalanta

In the sixth round of the final, Sporting Lisbon and Atalanta will face each other.

12:18

The fifth challenge

The fifth eighth is Freiburg-West Ham United.

12:17

The fourth challenge

In the fourth match Benfica will face Glasgow Rangers.

12:15

The third challenge: here is Roma

In the third quarter of the final Roma will face De Zerbi’s Brighton.

12:14

The second quarter of the final

The second eighth is Olympique Marseille-Villarreal.

12:13

The first eighth

The draw begins: the first round of 16 is Sparta Prague-Liverpool.

12:08

O’Shea enters the draw

John O’Shea, a 42-year-old former Irish defender for Manchester United, is taking part in the draw. The Europa League final will in fact be played in Ireland, in Dublin on 22 May.

12:06

Here’s Marchetti

Giorgio Marchetti, deputy general secretary of UEFA, illustrates the rules of the draw.

12:04

All the challengers in Nyon

A video presentation of the 16 remaining teams in the Europa League is being broadcast in Nyon.

12:01

The drawing ceremony begins

The draw ceremony for the round of 16 of the Europa League is starting right now. Pedro Pinto from UEFA begins to speak.

11:55

Route to Dublin

The 2023-24 Europa League final will be played on 22 May 2024 at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The winners qualify for the group stage of the 2024-25 Champions League, if they have not already qualified through their domestic league.

11:50

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Where to watch the Europa League draw

The Europa League round of 16 draw will be visible to Sky subscribers on TV on Sky Sport 24 and in streaming on Now, SkyGo and, free of charge, on the UEFA website.

11:42

The dates of the round of 16 and the next draw

The first leg of the Europa League round of 16 is scheduled for Thursday 7 March, while the return leg is scheduled for a week later, on Thursday 14 March. The winners of the round of 16 will qualify for the quarter-finals, the draw for which is scheduled for Friday 15 March. The losers will instead be definitively out of the 2023-24 European cups.

11:30

The rules of the round of 16

In the round of 16 you cannot face teams from the same nation and, obviously, teams from the same bracket. The seeded teams (group winners) will play the return match at home. If the two teams are tied after 180 minutes in the second round of 16, the game will go to extra time regardless of the goals scored at home or away. In the event of a further draw after extra time, the match will go to penalties.

11:19

The seeded teams and the others

These are the 16 teams left in the running in the Europa League round of 16. The top seeds are Atalanta (Italy), Brighton (England), Bayer Leverkusen (Germany), Liverpool (England), Glasgow Rangers (Scotland), Slavia Prague (Czech Republic), Villarreal (Spain) and West Ham (England). The other teams, in the second tier, are Roma (Italy), Sparta Prague (Czech Republic), Olympique Marseille (France), Sporting Lisbon (Portugal), Benfica (Portugal), Milan (Italy), Freiburg (Germany) and Qarabag ( Azerbaijan).

Roma, De Rossi and the team unleashed under the Curva Sud after the victory against Feyenoord

11:10

The Europa League draw is at 12pm

The Europa League draw will begin at 12pm at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

Nyon (Switzerland)

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