Europa League draw simulated: Tottenham and Man United get dream relationship as Artel face Olympiacos

Europa League draw simulated: Tottenham and Man United get dream relationship as Artel face Olympiacos

Teams from around Europe are waiting to find their destiny, as the 32nd round of the Europa League takes place on Monday.

The Arsenal squad, Mikel Arteta and fans will be on the lookout as they wait to find out who they will play when the competition resumes in February.

The Gunners came close to winning the crown in 2018/19, but lost 4-1 to Premier League rivals Chelsea in the final.

And with a team struggling in the top flight of English football so far this season, winning the Europa League could present their best chance of returning to the Champions League.

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Arsenal’s full record in the group stage means they have avoided draws like Ajax, Shakhtar Donetsk and Club Brugge, who have been knocked out of the Champions League.

Serie A pair of Roma and Napoli are the other two teams that the Gunners will not be able to face in the 32nd round, as former head coach Unai Emery who now takes charge of La Liga side Villarreal.

So who can get Arsenal?

We use Knockout stage simulator To determine who the Gunners, as well as Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Leicester City, would draw and the results were impressive.

With Arsenal at the top of their group, they were unable to draw Molde as well as any team from the same country, so they avoided Spurs, Man United and Fox.

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However, they clashed against Olympiacos.

This will bring back bad memories for the Tie Gunners as they were knocked out of the competition at the hands of Greek outfits in the 32nd round last season.

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Elsewhere, the simulated draw has been kind to Spurs and United, who are expected to beat Dynamo Kiev and FC Krasnodar by two feet, respectively.

With that said, the simulation Red Bull will bring a tough tie for Leicester against Salzburg.

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Simulated Europa League Round 32 draw complete:

Imperial Antwerp vs Shakhtar Donetsk

Red Bull Salzburg Vs. Leicester City

Grenada vs. A.C. Milan

Krasnodar v Manchester United

Maccabi Oil Teliv vs Bayer Leverkusen

Wolfsburger AC vs Hoffenheim

Red Star vs. Willer

Slavia Prague vs Napoli

Olympiakos vs Arsenal

Real Sociedad vs. Ajax

Young Boys vs. Rangers

Benfica vs. Roma

Braga vs Dinamo Zagreb

Dynamo Kiev Vittonham Hamspur

Mold vs. Club Brugge

Lilly vs. PSV Eindhoven

*Match with the second leg on Thursday, February 25th.


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