On Friday lunchtime, Wolves and Olympiacos will discover who the winner of their Europa League round of 16 tie will go on to face in the next round of the competition as the quarter-final and semi-final draws are made.
Here are five things you need to know about a much-changed latter stages 2019/20 edition of the UEFA tournament.
1. A CHANGE IN FORMAT
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, European club football was put on hold in March, with all of the last 16 Europa League ties still to be concluded.
With six last 16 second legs and two complete ties still to be played, as well as the quarter-finals, semis and final to fit in before September, UEFA have decided to change the usual format of the competition.
The two last 16 ties that have not yet started (Inter vs Getafe and Sevilla vs Roma), the quarters and the semis will now take place as single-leg ties, with these matches being played as part of a mini knockout tournament in Germany.
Wolves and Olympiacos are currently tied at 1-1 following their first leg and are due to complete the reverse fixture on Thursday 6th August at 8pm behind closed doors at Molineux.