West Ham and Rangers remain the only two British sides left in the competition
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Following the departures of Celtic and Leicester City, West Ham and Rangers fly the flag for Britain when the UEFA Europa League returns to action next month.
West Ham breezed through Group H with their only loss coming in a dead rubber against Dinamo Zagreb on Matchday 6. David Moyes’ side await their fate in the Last 16.
Rangers, meanwhile, have been given a difficult tie in the form of German giants Borussia Dortmund.
The first leg match, as with all others in Round 1 of the Europa League play-offs, will take place on Thursday, February 17. The second leg at Ibrox is a week later on February 24. Full details of the upcoming UEFA Europa League schedule can be found at the foot of this article.
How to watch the 2021/22 UEFA Europa League on UK TV
BT Sport retains exclusive rights to all UEFA competitions here in the UK.
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The 2021/22 Premier League season sees 200 live games split across three broadcasters.
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Where to watch 2021/22 UEFA Europa League highlights
UEFA Europa League highlights are also shown on BT Sport TV channels, along with the BT Sport app where games are also available to stream.
Another place highlights can be found is the BT Sport YouTube channel.
Upcoming 2021/22 UEFA Europa League schedule
All games listed below will take place on February 17.
- Lazio vs Porto – 5:45pm
- Real Sociedad vs Leipzig – 5:45pm
- Olympiacos vs Atalanta – 5:45pm
- Dinamo Zagreb vs Sevilla – 5:45pm
- Braga vs Sheriff – 8pm
- Rangers vs Dortmund – 8pm
- Betis vs Zenit – 8pm
- Napoli vs Barcelona – 8pm