Europe’s second tier has some phenomenal matches to look out for.

There are several major Europa League matches coming up, including Manchester United vs. Sevilla and Juventus vs. Sporting Lisbon, who eliminated Arsenal via penalty shootouts. Union Saint-Gilloise will take on Bayer Leverkusen, while Feyenoord, who just handed Shakhtar Donetsk its worst defeat, will take on Jose Mourinho’s Roma, the Conference League champions.

If they succeed in moving on, Erik ten Hag’s team will play either Juventus, which has former United player Paul Pogba, or Sporting Lisbon, who defeated Arsenal.

Roma will play Feyenoord in the other semifinal matchup, and Bayer Leverkusen will play Union Saint-Gilloise. The first legs are on April 13 and the second games are on April 20.

Manchester United will play a Spanish team for the third time after defeating Real Betis in the round of 16 and Barcelona in the play-off.

If they prevail, it may be another trophy for manager Erick Ten Hag this year.
Juventus, which is being investigated for corruption, has performed admirably during the competition and hopes to go to the semifinals.

Feyenoord, who destroyed Shakhtar in the round of 16, will be trying to defeat Mourinho’s team in the meanwhile. Roma has had a tremendous season under its Portuguese manager, and they will be looking to become the first team in history to win two straight trophies.

As they take on Bayern Leverkusen of Germany, Union Saint-Gilloise will seek to make an impression in European contention.

Europa League quarter-final draw

Manchester United v Sevilla

Juventus v Sporting Lisbon

Bayer Leverkusen v Union Saint-Gilloise

Feyenoord v Roma

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