The Europa League last 16 draw: Inter, Wolves and Manchester United are the threats
Only 17 teams remain on the road to Gdansk and two of those, Sevilla and Getafe, will be flying the Spanish flag in the Europa League's next round.
One of those 17, though, won't be in the competition for much longer as RB Salzburg and Eintracht Frankfurt will play their delayed second leg of the last 32 at 18:00 CET on Friday.
However, the draw for the last 16 will be held before that, taking place in Nyon at 13:00 CET, with no restrictions or conditions on who can face who, meaning the draw is completely open.
Big names have already fallen, and the LaLiga Santander clubs are joined by Rangers, Istanbul Basaksehir, Roma, Wolfsburg, LASK, Bayer Leverkusen, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Basel, Manchester United, Inter, Copenhagen, Shakhtar Donetsk and Olympiacos.
One of RB Salzburg or Eintracht Frankfurt - the Germans lead 4-1 from the first leg - will join them, though their game had to be delayed due to a storm threat in Austria on Thursday.
Sevilla and Getafe will want to avoid both Premier League clubs, as well as Inter and Roma.
No Portuguese side remain in the competition, with Porto, Sporting CP, Benfica and Braga all being eliminated.
No Dutch sides have made it this far either after Ajax and AZ fell.