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Liverpool meet Atalanta and West Ham face Bayer Leverkusen

VATAN OZ/AVRUPA AJANSI (AVA) SPORTS/LONDON-Europa League quarter-finals draw: Liverpool meet Atalanta and West Ham face Bayer Leverkusen. Liverpool will play Atalanta in the quarter-finals of the Europa League with West Ham set to face Bayer Leverkusen.Italian rivals AC Milan and Roma meet for a place in the semi-finals, while Portuguese club Benfica take on Ligue 1 side Marseille.Meanwhile, Aston Villa have been drawn against Lille in the quarter-finals of the Conference League.The first legs take place on 11 April, with the second legs on 18 April.If Liverpool come through their tie, they will face either Benfica or Marseille in the semi-finals, with West Ham meeting AC Milan or Roma if they find a way past Bundesliga leaders Leverkusen.The semi-finals are scheduled for 2 May and 9 May.Dublin Arena in the Republic of Ireland hosts this season's final on Wednesday, 22 May.


Europa League quarter-finals draw

AC Milan v Roma

Liverpool v Atalanta

Bayer Leverkusen v West Ham

Benfica v Marseille

Semi-finals draw

Benfica or Marseille v Liverpool or Atalanta

AC Milan or Roma v Bayer Leverkusen or West Ham


Conference League quarter-finals draw

Club Bruges v PAOK

Olympiacos v Fenerbahce

Aston Villa v Lille

Viktoria Plzen v Fiorentina

Semi-finals draw

Aston Villa or Lille v Olympiacos or Fenerbahce

Viktoria Plzen or Fiorentina v Club Bruges or PAOK

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Victories for West Ham and Aston Villa in the Europa League and Conference respectively on Thursday have boosted England's hopes of securing five places in next season's revamped Champions League.

The group stage of 2024-25 Champions League will be re-structured to feature 36 clubs rather than 32, opening up two extra places for Europe's best-performing leagues in Uefa competitions.

Prior to Thursday's games, Italy and Germany were first and second in Uefa's coefficient table with England third.

West Ham beat German club Freiburg to reach the quarter-finals while Villa came through their tie with Ajax.

England remain behind Germany but have five clubs remaining across the three European competitions - Champions League, Europa League and Conference League - with three German teams still involved

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