Rangers will discover their Europa League last 16 opponents on Friday - but Philippe Clement now knows the eight clubs his side could face.

The Ibrox side did not have to compete in the knockout play-off round of the competition after topping their group in the Europa League group.

And it means Rangers are seeded in the last 16 draw which will take place on Friday, February 23.

Rangers are seeded alongside Atalanta, Brighton, Leverkusen, Liverpool, Slavia Prague, Villarreal and West Ham meaning they cannot face any of those clubs in the last 16.

Clement's side will face one of the eight clubs that advanced in the competition through the play-off round which concluded this week.

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German club SC Freiburg are one possible rival for Rangers in tomorrow's draw having overcome Lens in the play-off with a 3-2 victory after extra-time.

Clement could also see his side drawn against AC Milan who progressed with a 5-3 aggregate triumph over Rennes despite a 3-2 loss in the second leg on Thursday.

Benfica scraped into the last 16 with a goalless draw against Toulouse in France having won 2-1 in the first-leg.

Azerbaijani club Qarabag produced a shock triumph over Braga to make the last 16. A 122nd minute strike from Nəriman Axundzadə claimed a 6-5 aggregate win after extra-time for the hosts - who lost 3-2 on the night but still progressed.

Sporting Lisbon made it to the last 16 with a 4-2 aggregate win over Young Boys of Switzerland. Sparta Prague also made it through as they won 3-1 against Galatasaray in the second leg for a 6-4 aggregate.

Ligue 1 side Marseille booked their place as an unseeded team in the last 16 with a 5-3 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk on aggregate. And Roma made it through a nervy penalty shoot-out against Feyenoord to qualify for the last 16.







Slavia Prague


West Ham


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Sporting Lisbon

Sparta Prague