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UEFA Cup Draw For Premier League Teams

uefa cup UEFA Cup Draw For Premier League Teams

The draw for the last 32 and the last 16 of the UEFA Cup was announced this morning. Here’s the draw for the last 32 with Premier League teams in bold (matches to be played February 18-19 and February 26):

  • Paris Saint-Germain v Wolfsburg
  • FC Copenhagen v MANCHESTER CITY
  • NEC Nijmegen v Hamburg
  • Sampdoria v Metalist Kharkiv
  • Braga v Standard Liege
  • ASTON VILLA v CSKA Moscow
  • Lech Poznan v Udinese
  • Olympiakos v Saint-Etienne
  • Fiorentina v Ajax
  • Aalborg v Deportivo La Coruna
  • Werder Bremen v AC Milan
  • Bordeaux v Galatasaray
  • Dynamo Kiev v Valencia
  • Zenit St. Petersburg v Stuttgart
  • Marseille v FC Twente
  • Shakhtar Donetsk v TOTTENHAM

And here’s the draw for the final 16 (to be played March 12, and March 18-19):

  • Werder Bremen or AC Milan v Olympiakos or Saint-Etienne
  • ASTON VILLA or CSKA Moscow v Shakhtar Donetsk or TOTTENHAM
  • Lech Poznan or Udinese v Zenit St Petersburg or Stuttgart
  • Paris Saint-Germain or Wolfsburg v Braga or Standard Liege
  • Dynamo Kiev or Valencia v Sampdoria or Metalist Kharkiv
  • Copenhagen or MANCHESTER CITY v Aalborg or Deportivo
  • Marseille or FC Twente v Fiorentina or Ajax
  • NEC Nijmegen or Hamburg v Bordeaux or Galatasaray

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