UEFA CUP LAST 32 DRAW
Paris St 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 St Etienne
Fiorentina v Ajax
Aalborg v Deportivo La Coruna
Werder Bremen v AC Milan
Bordeaux v FC Galatasaray
Dynamo Kiev v Valencia
Zenit St Petersburg v VfB Stuttgart
Marseille v FC Twente
Shakhtar Donetsk v TOTTENHAM
Ties to be played on 18/19 February and 26 February
UEFA CUP ROUND OF 16 DRAW
Werder Bremen/AC Milan v Olympiakos/St Etienne
ASTON VILLA/CSKA Moscow v Shakhtar Donetsk/TOTTENHAM
Lech Poznan/Udinese v Zenit St Petersburg/VfB Stuttgart
Paris St Germain/Wolfsburg v Braga/Standard Liege
Dynamo Kiev/Valencia v Sampdoria/Metalist Kharkiv
FC Copenhagen/MANCHESTER CITY v Aalborg/Deportivo La Coruna
Marseille v FC Twente v Fiorentina/Ajax
NEC Nijmegen/Hamburg v Bordeaux v FC Galatasaray
Ties to be played on 12 March and 18/19 MarchAt first glance it could definitely be worse overall given both the last 32 and last 16 stages have been drawn.
However - although they are both rounds that although we should progress from if we have designs on winning the competition - our opponents could potentially cause us problems.
FC Copenhagen are likely to be a better side than FC Midtjylland - who caused us problems, whilst Aalborg performed creditibly in the Champions League and Deportivo have a good pedigree in Europe.
Given the competition is now on the backburner until mid-February though, the ideal scenario would be for us to have picked up form in the league and have one or two additions in the squad ahead of the first leg in Denmark.
- Mark Hughes's reaction