How to watch Europa League draw: What TV channel, time and LIVE stream for last-16 picks today

Malik Ouzia
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The Europa League round of 32 wrapped up last night and the victorious sides will not have to wait long to find out their next opponents, with the draw for the last-16 taking place this lunchtime.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham all booked their places in the next round, the latter pair with the minimum of us, the former in rather more dramatic fashion.

Rangers continued their terrific season under Steven Gerrard br progressing, too, but the fifth British club involved, Leicester City, suffered a shock exit against Slavia Praha.

European giants AC Milan and Ajax are also in the pot, as are the likes of Roma, Villarreal and Shakhtar Donetsk.

Here’s how you can follow the draw as it unfolds...

TV channel

In the UK, the only place to watch the draw live on TV is on BT Sport. Coverage begins at 12pm GMT on BT Sport 2.

Live stream

Those hoping to watch the draw online via mobile, desktop or tablet have a couple of options.

BT Sport subscribers can stream the broadcaster’s coverage live via the BT Sport website or app.

Alternatively, Uefa will be streaming the draw live from Nyom on their website.

You can also follow the draw as it happens with Standard Sport’s live blog.